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A.RCIIAEOLOGIA, 

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AKCHAEOLOGIA: 



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MISCELLANEOUS TRACTS 



ANTIQUITY, 

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PREFACE. 



So much of this Index as relates to the first forty-five volumes of the 
Archaeologia was compiled some years ago by Mr. Edward Peacock, F.S.A. 
Inasmuch, however, as some delay in publication had occurred, it Avas thought 
preferable that the Index should comprise the Avholo of the first fifty volumes. 



The Society is indebted to Mr. Mill Stephenson, F.S.A., for the completion of 
the work, and also for a careful revision of most of the proofs, in which task he- 
was aided by our Assistant-Secretary, Mr. AV. II. St. John Hope. The whole 
of the proofs were also read through by the President, and finally revised by 
Mr. Hope. 

Further, the Society owes its special thanks to Mr. A. W. Franks, C.B., A 7 . P., 
and Dr. Edwin Freshfield, V.P., for their liberal aid towards the expenses. 

The Index is arranged in a somewhat different manner from those to the first 
and second fifteen volumes of the ArcJiaeologia, and it is hoped will be found to 
be superior to them, both in arrangement and in detail. 

The spelling of names and places as given in the Arclin<'ul<ji<i itself lias been 
in nearly all cases retained, but this will probably not involve any difficulty to 
those who consult the Index. 

A complete List of the Plates and other Illustrations in the Archaeologia has 
been appended, for Avhich thanks are due to the Hon. H. A. Dillon, F.S.A., and 
Mr. W. H. St. John Hope. This list Avill be found of great convenience to those 
who are desirous of ascertaining whether a paper on any particular subject is 
accompanied by illustrations. 

HENRY SALUSBURY MILMAN, M.A., 

Director. 

April 30, 1889. 



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- I 7">, col. -, line i!:i, fur " Si-vin^ton, Kent," read " Scvington, Wilts. 
17i. col. li. line li'.". /V/r " Ui-^laf," read " VViglaf." 
l'.i;{, col. - 2, lint 1 :12. for " pemwig 1 ," rta// " periwig." 

^77. col. 1. line x,fnr " Stone-, Kent," n-cul " Stone, Hucks." 
t-7 I . c-ol. 1. line I. /"/ " Milhnan. n-ml " Milniun." 






GENEBAL INDEX 



TO 



AECHAEOLOGIA, 



VOLUMES I. TO L. INCLUSIVE. 



NOTE. The different paginations of the three several editions of Vol. I. are denoted by the 
letters (a) (b) (c) after the number of the page. 



Aa, Jean d', xxvi. 267 

Aachen (Aix la Chapelle), vi. 1C!) ; viii. 175 ; 

xxv. 580 ; xxviii. 71 ; xxix. 3G9 ; xl. 204 
Aahmes I., xxxii. 177 

Arinefer, queen, xxxiv. 379 

Pensuben, prince, xxxiv. 375, 379 
Aaron, calif, vi. 169 

Rashid, calif, viii. 14 
Aaron of York, a Jew, vi. 339 
Aaron, Isles of, xxvii. 129, 130 
Aargau, Switzerland, grave-mounds in, xlvii. 131, 

136 

" Abacot," corruption of bycocket, xlvii. 279 
Abacus, xii. 160 
Abai, river, xxxii. 39, 57 
Abakan, river, copper found near, vii. 227 
Aballaba, xxxi. 280 
Abares, a Saracen tribe, ix. 272 
Abaris, mythical legend of, xlviii. 359 
Abbendon, see Abingdon 
Abberbury, Shropshire, xviii. 430 
Abberbury, Richard de, xliv. 459 

Thomas de, xxxvii. 437 ; xliv. 459 

Walter, xliv. 459 
Abbess, crosier of, xvii. 38 

Election of, xl. 427, 443 

Abbeville, France, xxvi. 333; xxxviii. 173, 283. 
xxxix. 59 

Abbey of St. Riquier at, xxvi. 280 



Abbeville, brooch found at, xxxi. 4U7 

Abbeville, Wiestace de, xii. (54 

Abbeys, circular visits of Richard II. to. xx. s5 

Abbington, Thomas, xii. 197 

Abbot, Richard, xiv. 12<> 

Ahbote, William, xii. :!.">!> 

Abbots Hury, Dorset, xii. 393 

Abbots-Low, Derbyshire, barrow at. xii. :i 

Abbots, mitred, xvii. 35 

Abbott money (1579), xxxiv. i!2 

Abbotts, William, xliii. 210 

Abby, a fortress in Gloucestershire, xix lilt 

A, 15, C, books, xxxv. 433 

Abdomelek, first coined Arabic money, xviii. 309 

Abel, birth of, illumination of, xxiv. :!!'! 

Abel, John, xxi. 4G9 

Richard, xvii. 209 

Thomas, inscription in Tower, xiii. !>.'! 

prisoner in Tower, xviii. 295 
Abelard, Peter, xxxvii. 43 
Abella, vii. 351 

Abendon, Stephen de, xxxvii. 435 
Aberavon, Wales, ii. 17 

Corporation lands at, xlvi. 411 
Aber-Barry, Wales, vi. 22 
Aberbrodacht, abbey of, xxi. 492 
Abercorn, monastery at, xxx. 247 
Abercromwey, Patrick, xxxv. 12 
Aberdaron, Wales, a sanctuary, viii. 41 



ABE-ABY 



Aberdawr, Wales, vi. 26 

Aberdeen, Scotland, viii. 430 ; xxi. 489 ; xiv. 153 
Cod cured at, xv. 353 
Diocese of, xvii. '246 
Liturgy of, xxiv. 16 
Stone circle at, i. 317 (a), 319 (t), 341 (c) ; 

xxii. 409 
ABKKHKKX, CiKoiiciK KAIM. OK, 

On a gold ring with runic inscription, xxi. 

25 :{(i 
On household book of James V. of Scotland, 

xxii. 1 I'-' 

AlH-rfniu, Wales, i. 27!' (<i). 2Sl (/-). :!i>2 (r) 
Abcrgavenny, Wales, ii. 21 ; iv. 5 ; vi. 115; xvii. 

16S ; xxvii. 34 
Ilarony of, iii. 2!'l 
Castle of, xxvi. 4."-! 
IJoniiiii liath at, v. :'-\ 
Abergavenny, .loan lady, xxix. 55 
Lady, head-dress of, xxvii. lit- 
Karl of, fi-i- Nevil 
Abcrlcinni, Scotland, stone pillars at, v. 245 ; 

xiii. 215 
Altfrlowr, Scotland, stone rirele at, i. 315 (a), 

:U7 (I,), :t:5!t (c) 
Alx'rncthy, Scotland, the capital of the Piets, ii. 

K5, 2:il 

Kound tower at, ii. hi) 
Abcrnnn, Joan de, xxxix. 441 
Abcrthaw, Wales, ii. 14 
Aberystwith, Wales, j)osition of, xlviii. 392 
Abetot, (leffntu de. xxxix. 441 

Urso de, xvii. 312 
Abgarus, healing of, by the Veronica veil, xlvi. 

26b 

Abiche I'lindian, x. 4.">8 
Abilutus Cassius, xxvii. 218 
Abilements, tee Arms 
Abiltaka, iii. 162 
Abin^don, Korkshirc, xiii. 300; xx. 214; xxiii. 

339 ; xiii. 276, 30(5 
Churchwardens' accounts of, i. 11 (a) (6), 

13 (c) 
Crow in market-place, i. 16 (o) (t), 18 (c) 



Abingdon continued 

Abbey of, xviii. 19 ; xxv. 34, 35 ; xlix. 232 
Hawthorn at, xxv. 34 
A sanctuary, viii. 41 
Seal of, xxxiii. 351 
Abingdon, abbot of, see Sante John 
Abington, Berks, see Abingdon 
Abington, Mr. xii. 228 
John, xii. 367 
Thomas, xv. 137 
Abi Ostia. xxv. 131, 132 
Ablai, ii. 230 
Ablaikit, Siberia, Tartar MSS. discovered at,. 

ii. 230 

Ablin, Xicol, xxxix. 441 
Ablington, Wilts, monolith at, xiii. 219 
Ablution in the mass, xi. 351 
Abn Kyub, standard-bearer to Prophet, xiv. 235 
Aboukir, Kgyj>t, inscription on a column, xv. 389- 
Abracadabra, xxx. 427 
Ahmhali, king of Yemen, vii. 5 
Abraham, iv. 2!>:5 ; xxiv. 340 
Abravannus, in Ptolemy, xlviii. 384 
Abraxas, viii. 1H3, 187 
Abrincis, Holland de, xxxi. 219, 220, 232 
Simon de, xxxi. 236 
William de, xxxi. 219 
Ahruim*, sacrifice!- of, vii. 317 

Absis, see Apse ^ 

Absolution, xxiv. 126 
Abuse of, xx. 142 

Crosses, xxxv. 299 ; xxxvi. 266; xxxvii. 37, 38 
Absoly, viii. 68 
Abthanc, the title, ix. 329 
Abu, xxxix. 379 

Abnnah,the,of Ethiopia, i. 344(o),346(6),370(c) 
Abury, Wilts, ii. 237 ; xv. 190 ; xxv. 195 ; xxviii. 

399; xxxv. 237 

Plan of monument at, xxii. 194 
Abus, river (Ptolemy), xlviii. 388 
Abn Temnan, xiv. 170 

Abutments in Roman architecture, xviii. 336 
Abydenns, iv. 341 
Abyngton, Alexander de, xxix. 185, 186 



ABY-ACT 









Abyssinia, bishop of, xxxii. 44 

Bookbinding of, xliii. 327 

Churches of, xxxii. 43 

Etymology of, xxxii. 38 

Gold plates in churches of, xxxii. 44 

Royal family of, xxxii. 48, 55 
Acabies, ships, xxxviii. 248 
Academie des Inscriptions et des Belles Lettres, 

Institution of, i. ii(a)(i)(c) 
Academy, Royal, scheme for erecting one in 

England in reign of James I., xxxii. 132 
Acanthus, ruins of, xlix. 355, 356 
Acarnanians, great slingers, xxxii. 99, 101, 102 
Acca, iv. 56, 62 ; vii. 77 
Accadian, see Akkadian 
Accaioiuli, the, Italian merchants, x. 243 
Accents, Greek, their antiquity, xxvi. 50 
Accept, in Roman surveying, xlii. 144 
Accia Tulla, name on a vase, xliii. 56 
Accius, a fabulist, xiii. 55 
Acclum, Thomas, xviii. 404 
Acclyf, Ellen, xli. 341 

Accounts of money received from the Treasurer 
of the King's Chamber, temp. Hen. VIII., 
xlvii. 295336 

Account keeping, temp. Ed\v. I., xlviii. 282 
Acdena', Kent, i. 336 (a), 338 (6), 361 (c) 
Acerra, meaning of, xxvi. 375 
Achseans, great slingers, xxxii. 99 
Achaius, king of Scotland receives coat-armour 

from Charles the Great, iii. 27 
Achard, see Agard 

Achard, a tenant in Caudewell, xlvii. 117 
Achatour, i. e. purveyor, viii. 341 
Acheen, vocabulary of, vi. 154 
Achely, Sir Roger, xlv. 113, 116 
Achendary, Roman altar at, xxi. 459, 468 
Achet, xv. 10 
Achileos, xxiii. 258 
Achilevns, xxiii. 258 
Achilles, his stature, i. 206 (a), 207 (6), 228 (c) 

On ancient vases, xxiii. 117, 174, 248, 267; 
xxxii. 256, 258, 259 

Made a barrow over body of Patroclus, ii. 270 



Achilles, spear of, xxxiv. 173 
Achir na Ryle, vi. 294 
Achmonghtie, James, xxxv. 12 
Ackland, derivation of name, x. 59 
Ackworth, Thomas, xii. 348, 354, 393 
Acland, Sir John, xxxv. 344 

Susanna, xxxv. 344 
Acle, Thomas, xli. 358 

William, xli. 358 
Aclea, ix. 101 

Acleffe, or Hatcliffe, William, xxvi. 282 
Acley, Durham, vii. 77 ; x. 56, 5!) 
Aclif, vii. 77 
Aclyf, John, xli. 343 

Acmeon, Roman station of, xlix. 72, 153, 16U 
Acomb, Yorks, v. 226 
Aeon, Joan de, see Plantagenet, Joan 

Sicur de, i. 214 (a), 215 (I), 235 (c) 
Acorns, marks on cards, viii. 153 
Acqnines, Jean, xxxiii. 2UU 
Acre, meaning of, xxxviii. 13t! 

As a measure of length, xlvi. 374 

Measure of land in Rothley manor, xlvii. 
9198 

Definition of, at Malmesbury, 1. 434, 435 

City of, xvii. 29 

Plan of positions of besieging army in their 
first Crusade, xxi. 419 

Plan from Marinus Sanutus, xxi. 422 

H., xxxix. 441 

Rondulf de, xxxix. 441 
Acreman, Richard, xxxviii. 135, 130 
Acres, Mistress, xxv. 568 
Acrocorinthus, xiv. 1(3 
Actaeon, xi. 36 
Actium, battle of, iii. 173 
Acton, Middlesex, xxxi. 270 ; xxxv. 311 
Acton, Mr. xxxiv. 179 

Dorothy, xxviii. 194 

Edward, xxix. 389 

Eliza, xxxvii. 199 

ACTON, FRANCES STACK-HOUSE, on a Roman villa at 
Acton Scott, Shropshire, xxxi. 339, 340 
343 

B 2 



ACT-ADJ 



Acton continued 

Joyce, \\\vii. 194 

Matilda, xz. 490 

Richard, xxix. 90 

Robert, xxix. 90 
Acton Scott, Shropshire, Roman villa at, xxxi. 

339, 340, 343 

Actor, explanation of the word, x. 121 
Acts of Parliament, authentication of, xlvii. 7! 

Printing of, xlvii. 424 
Actuarius, x. 121 
Acuinn. Christopher d', v. 319 
Acuna, Diego Sarmiento di 1 , fount Gondomar, 
letters of, concerning the Karl of Somerset, 
xli. l.'.l 

Acunhu. Tristan d', xl. 7 
Adalantaila. xxxiv. 3211, .'WO 
Adalantinu, the, xxxiv. 302 

Adalardeiulena, Kent, i. 336 (a), 33.S (M, 301 (c) 
Adallmittn. archbishop of Loon, xlv. 237 
Adiilht-r. archbishop of Itheims, x. 3(57 
Adalbert, kinir, xix. 300 

Adam and Kve, Uod addressing, illumination of, 
xx iv. 34(J 

Representation of, xlix. 2">2 
Adam, illumination of, xxiv. 340 

Resurrection of, 1. 445, 471 

Sir John ah, xxix. 20 
Adamant, xxxii. 213 
Adanif. Kdwurd, xii. 373 
Adiimnan, ahlx>t, i. 234 (a), 23(5 (b), 255 (c) 
Adams, Mr. xii. 217; xxxiii. 21(3 

Clement, xliii. 23, 26, 33 

Frank, xxv. 112 

John, xxiv. 320 
Adamson, Mr. xxv. 508 
AI-AJISOX, JOHN, xxv. 505; xliii. 245 

On stycas discovered at Hexham, xxv. 279 
310; xxvi. 346 348 

William, xii. 394 
Ad.imsti.wn, near Mnllingar, burials, early, at, 

ii. 33 

Ad Ansam, Roman station of, xxiii. 367; xxix. 
250,251 



Adda, king of Bernicia, xxv. 284 
Addames, Edward, xxxv. 443 
Add, river (Ptolemy), xlviii. 385 
Adderbury, Oxfordshire, viii. 189 

Church of, viii. 185 
Adderley, Shropshire, manor of, xl. 469 

Humfrey, xii. 380 
Adder's beads, xl. 229 

Addington, Kent, ii. 107, 108, 109, U5, 117; 
viii. 235 

Stone circle at, ii. 107 ; iv. 110 
Addington, Thomas, ix. 249 
Addis, Mr. xxxvii. 220 
Addubbatum, use of the word, 1. 470 
ADKK, Swrrmx, on altar with Greek inscription 
found at Corbridge, Northumberland, ii. 98 
Adeene, Thomas, xxxiv. 53 
Adel church, Yorks, i. 68 (a) (b), 76 (c) 

Descent from Cross at, xlvii. 169 

Agnuf, Dei at, xlvii. 170 

Sculptured figures at, xlv. 177 
Adel, brother of Saladin, vii. 8 
Adela, daughter of Ralph, bishop of Durham 
v. 20(i 

St'f Adeli/a 
Adelbold, x. 308 
Adeler, Xutphen, xxxviii. 312 
Adelersborg, Sealand, xxxviii. 312 
Adeliza of Louvain, xlv. 428 

Daughter of William I. xvii. 101 ; xix. 199, 
200; xxxi. 119 

Sister of William I. vi. 45 ; xxvi. 349360 

Countess of Burgundy, xxvi. 355 

Countess of Albemarle, xxvi. 349, 355, 357 

A daughter of the Countess of Albemarle, 

xxvi. 357 

Adelrunae, xxi. 131 
Adelwalde, v. 342 
Ades, Miles, xvi. 169 

Ad Fines, Roman station of, i. 63 (a) (b), 70 (c) 
Adhchn, xiv. 179 
Adinett, the taylor, xvii. 297 
Adipocere, xxxiv. 409 
Adjuration, form of, xxxii. 275 



AD-AEL 




Ad Latus, Roman station of, vi. 15, 16 

Adlingfleet, Yorks. xl. 234 

Ad Matricem, Roman station of, in Bosnia, xlix. 

19 

Admetus, on ancient vase, xxiii. 157 
Admiral, vii. 70; xi. 155; xxv. 510 
Admirals of England, temp. Edward IV., xlvi. 367 
Admirald', an emerald, x. 241 
Admiralty, correspondence with, concerning the 

tides at Dover, xxxix. 277 288 
Seal of Richard, duke of Gloucester, xlvi. 

366370 

Adnet, William, xxxix. 25 
Ad Novas, site of, xlviii. 72 
Adomar, St. pilgrimage to, xxii. 7 
Adoration of the Cross, symbolizatioii of, xlvii. 167 
Ad pontem, ix. 199 

Ad quatuor reges, a game, viii. 137, 156 
Adrahane, Galway, xv. 394 
Aclramelech, xxxii. 176 
Adraste, iii. 334 
Adrastus, iii. 133 

Adria of St. Paul's voyage explained, xxi. 92, 96 
Adrian I. plundering the corpse of, xlii. 427 

IV. pope, xxv. 150; xxxvii. 39 

V. pope, x. 388 

Adrian, St. representation of, in tapestry, xlix. 251 

Adrian, emperor, see Hadrian 

Adrianople, xiv. 148 

Adriatic sea, supposed to have risen, iii. 341 

Notes on the tides of, iii. 342 
Ad Taum, Roman station of, xxiii. 368 
Ad Tysam, where, ix. 287 
Ad Tuam, xii. 135 
Adulph, king of East Angles, v. 372 
Adultery, penance for, xii. 18 

The woman taken in, wanting in many manu- 
scripts of St. John's gospel, xvi. 21 
Adur, river, xii. 439 
Adurni, Portus, xii. 421, 439 
Advantagia, name of ship, xi. 173 
Advent, xxiv. 10, 50 

Ordeal forbidden during, xxiv. 51 
" Advocate, de, et Diabolo," a Latin MS. xxxii. 364 



Advowre =: avowee, patron, protector, i. 346 (a), 

348 (6), 373 (c) 

Adwycke, Michael de, xlii. 401 
Adye, Bright, xii. 223 
Adyta, of temples, viii. 285 
Adzes, specimens of, xlvi. 442, 443 
Aebutins, L. iii. 345 
Aedile, office of, at Silchester, xlvi. 356, 357 

Monument to, at Epitaurum, xlviii. 13, 

14 
Aedilrcda, Awdrey, v. 228 

See also Aetheldrytha 
Aedulf, v. 206 

Cudell, v. 200 

Kus, v. 206 
Aegelstede, xii. 39 
Aegelcsthrip, xi. 40 

Aegidius, Peter, xxxix. 4; xliv. 436, 443 
Aegel, the sun-archer, 1. 81 
Aegina, drachma of, xviii. 340 
Acgisthus, on ancient vase, xxiii. 212 
Aeglesthorpe, Kent, ii. 115; xi. 4n 
Aegospotamos, fall of stone at, ix. 175 
Aeht, the Anglo-Saxon, xxx. 210 
Aeillstreu, ii. 112, 113; xi. 4u 
Aeilred, king of Northumbria, xxv. 1^7 
Aeternitae, vi. 2 
Aelfgar, bishop of Elmham, bones of, discovered 

at Ely, ii. 365 

Aelfgiva, xvii. 100; xix. 199, 201 
Aelfheah, xxxvii. 268 
Aelfige, x. 238, 239; xi. 362 
Aelfleda, y. 197, 206; xii. 39 
Aelfric, archbishop of Canterbury, vi. 44 

Earl of Mercia, seal of, xxiv. 359 
Aelfstan, bishop of Rochester, x. 238, 239 
Aelfwine, supposed portrait of, xxiv. 330 

Abbot of Hyde, xxiv. 41, 330 

Father's death noted, xxiv. 41 
Aelfwynne, x. 233 
Aelia castra, xv. 182 ; xxxv. 392 
Aelian, iv. 297 

A mistake of, xlix. 368 
Aelius Ca?sar, bust of, xlix. 370 



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AEL-AGA 



Aella, king, xxv. 284,285, 287, 303,305 ; xxxii. 251 

Aelrcd, x. 239 

AcUiiuis, a monk of Hydo abbey, xxiv. 330 

Aeltre, Cornelius, xxxi. 347 

Aeluric, bishop of Crcditon, x. 238, 239 

Acmilian, emperor, xlix. 75 77 

Family, xlix. 377 

Tribe, xlix. 115 
Acmilins I'aulus, ii. 45 
Aeneas, viii. H 

On ancient vase, xxiii. 181), 20.'?, 20-1 
Acnoc, walls of, xv. .'52.'? 
Aeolipile, xiii. L'12; x. 410 
Aeons, <! Amulets 
Aepytus, ii. 24<> 
Aei|tiitas, vi. 2 
Af<|iiuin, city of, iii. l!4:t, 344 

Roman road through, xlviii. 54, .">!) 
Aera, Dioiiysiana, origin of, xliv. 335 
Acnirium, discovered at South Shields, xlvi. !(>(> 
Aerolite, ix. 1"."> 
Aeschylus, xxxii. 154 
Ai seeiidiin or Assandun, xxv. 4 
AesculapiuH, xi. :!."> 

The cock sacred to, iii. 131) 

The staff a symbol of, viii. 48 

Chief deity at Tios, iii. 13t> 

Roman temple to, near Weyniouth, xlvi. 447 

Statue of, xlix. 4H) 

Figure of, found in Surrey, ix. 1U9 

Worship of, at Kpitaurum, xlviii. 17, 18 
A esc wye, bishop, x. 238 
Aesica, ii. 1)3 
Aesop, xiii. 55 ; xvii. lul 

Fables on tapestry, xvii. 103 ; xix. 204 
Aestar, Kaster, a Saxon goddess, iii. 334 
Aestel, observations on, by Jeremiah Mills, ii. 75 

The roller on which MSS. were folded, ii. 77 

Alfred's jewel, an, ii. 77 
Aestiva, of second legion, ii. 7 
Aestuarinm Metaris, its position, xiv. 5 
Aethelbearht, tec Coins 
Aethcldrytha, saint, illumination of, xxiv. 102 

Festival of, xxiv. 25, 102 



Aethelfleda, x. 18 ; xii. 39 

Aethelgar, bishop of Selsey, and afterwards 
archbishop of Canterbury, x. 238, 239; 
xxiv. 18, 134 

Aethelheard, king, xix. 302 
Aelthelred, king, x. 234 ; xxvii. 149 ; xxxvii. 259, 

268 

Aethelsin, bishop of Sherbnrn, x. 238 
Aethelstan, king, grant of land to Malmosbury 

abbey, xxxvii. 113116, 265, 266 
Laws of, xxxii. 270, 272 
Aethelweard, king, xix. Ill, 302, 306 
Aethelwlf of Wessex, xxxvii. 262 
Aethelwold, saint, Benedictional of, dissertation 

on, by JOHN GAUK, xxiv. 1 
Acthilfrith, xlv. 410 
Aethericus, a painter of MSS., xxiv. 41 
Afflingham, near Brussels, monastery of, xvii. 

37 

AfTrus, king, xiii. 57 
Affuratores of Aylesbury, 1. 94, 103 
Afghanistan, ban-ows in, xlix. 191 
Afhdal, vii. 7 

Africa, a female Cliristian name, ix. 51 
Africa (north), the seaboard possessed byTentons, 

ii. 245 

Burial-pits in, xlvi. 449 
Ortholithic remains in, xxxviii. 252 
(Central), use of iron as money in, xlvi. 437 
Ccnturial inscriptions from, xiii. 150 
Gold rings from, xliii. 558 
Africanus, Julius, iii. 160 
Africus, v. 23 
Aftekir, vii. 7 
Agace, Gobin, xxviii. 173 
Agamemnon, on ancient vase, xxiii. 248 ; xxxii. 

150167 

Aganippe, fountain of, ix,l 33 
Agard, Nicholas, iii. 7 
Mr. xiv. 164 

(Achard), Piers, xxxix. 441 
Walter, held office of coroner and eschea- 
tor of honour of Tutbury by a horn, 
iii. 4 



AGA-AIN 



Agarde, Arthur, biographical notice of, i. vii. 

Mistake of, i. 345 (a), 347 (6). 371 (c) 
Agate cup, xv. 276 

Presented to Hugh, king of Italy, xlvi. 93 
Agatha, saint, xxii. Ill, 112 ; xxiv. 66 ; xlvii. 370 

A daughter of William I., xxxii. 119 
Agatho, iii. 134 
Agathocles, see Coins 
Agathius, xxxiv. 177 
Agaus, xxxii. 47 

Agden, v. 93 v 

Agelwine, xxx. 218 
Agen, France, churches of, xxxvi. 5 7 

Archives of, xxxvi. 8 
Ager effatus, of Roman cities, xlvi. 348 
Ager Higra, tidal wave, iii. 79 
Ages of Man, representations of the, xxxv. 167, 

174, 175 

Ageworth, see D'Agworth 
Aggas, his plan of London, xxvi. 227 
Aggerdun, Dorset, xli. 393 
Agha-Croghe, passage of, xxvii. 131 
Agilbert, bishop of Dorchester, iv. 64 
Agillnm, Robert de, xxxix. 441 
Agencourt, xx. 227 
Agincourt, battle of, v. 148 
Banners at, xlix. 288 
Picture of, iii. 190 
Massacre at, xx. 27 
Names of combatants at, xxi. 292 
Aglionby, Edward, xxii. 171 

Henry, xlii. 87 
Aglisthrop, ii, 113 

Agnano, Lago d', sketch of, xxxi. 473 
Agnel d'or, coin of Edward III., origin of, xlvii. 

141 

Agnellus, bishop of Ravenna, xlv. 420, 422 
Agneril, iii. 200 
Agnes, saint, xxiv. 64 ; xxvi. 78 

Her day, xvii. 166 
AGNEW, H. C., on remains of Greek writing in 

catacomb at Alexandria, xxviii. 152, 170 
Agni, the fylfot symbolical of, xlviii. 295 

Swastica symbol connected with, xlviii. 312 



Agnus Dei, iii. 372 ; xxi. 258 

Representations of symbolical form o;, 

xlvii. 169171 

Agooreo, India, temple at, xvii. 61 
Agricola, Julius, ii. 180 

Rudolphus, xl. 39 
Agriculture, classical and medieval, xliv. 198 

207 

Open field in Rothley manor, xlvii. 91, 92 
Zodiacal signs not derived from, xlvii. 34.") 
Common field system of, 1. 374, 382 
Agricultural customs in manor of Scotter, xlvi. 

37^388 

In municipalities, xlvi. 403 422 
Class represented with beards, xlvii. 484 
Colonisation not a feature in Roman Britain, 

xlviii. 221 

Agrigcntum, doorway at, xxvii. 382 
Agrimensores, a method of laying out land bv. 

xlii. 133 

Terminal marks of, xlvi. 450 
Agripho, Raimmid, xxxvi. :5'J1 
Agrius, on an ancient vase, xxx. 540 
Aguillettes, see Arms 
Aguillon, Galfridns, xlv. 193 

D', colonel, *ee D'Aguillon 
Agylla, xli. 206 

Ahaz, king of Judah, xxxii. 176 
Ahemunderness, see Amounderness 
Ahmed, Hamzah, vii. 5 
Aidancroft, x. 56 

Aiders to Henry VIII. and Francis I., iii. 194 
Aids, ii. 317 

Aigle, Switzerland, iv. 17 
Aigues Mortes, iii. 244 
Aildergoidgh, a prince in, Ireland, introduced 

gold rings, ii. 37 
Ailesford, xi. 40 

Horsa killed at, ii. 110, 113 
Aillettes, see Arms 
Ailmer, prior of Canterbury, xv. 299 
Ailway, Anne, xxxvii. 215 
Aimundrebi, Yorkshire, v. 196 
Ainea or Aineas, xxiii. 259 



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AIN-AKE 



Aingcll, James, xxxr. 449 
Ainsley, Mr. ii. 133 
Ainsworth, Mr. v. '2'27 

Robert, xvi. 261 ; i. Txxvii (a), xxxviii (6), 

xxxix (c) 

Aio, iii. 97 ; v. 102 ; vi. 395 
Aireamh, a grave in Irish, ii. 35 
A ire, Artois, xxvi. 206 

English Poor Clares at, xiii. 25.1, 271 
River, ix. 2.">4 
A ire, Sir John, xl. 275 
Airell, Richard, xxxix. 46 
Airepo, xxiii. 2.1S 
Aircy, Willinm. xxv. 271* 
Air-hole in cavern, vi. :>! 
Airou, France, xxxiv. 293 

An:v, Sn: (ii<>i;i,i: |!II>I>KI.I., on llie place of 

Julius Caesar's departure from (iaul for 

I lie invasion of Britain,, xxxiv. 231 

2."ii > 

On i lie place of Caesar's landing in Britain, 

xxxix. 3n:{ 
Aiscough, William, clerk of the council, xxix. 

321 

Aisliley. Captain, xxxiv. 21*7 
Sir Anthony, xxxiv. 319 
Aix. Robert of, xxiv. 267 

Altar-piece at, xxxvi. 451 ; xlix. 2.11, 2.12 
Aix hi Cliapelle, < Aachen 
Aja.s. xxiii. 2.1S 

Akn, Worcestershire, xviii. 43U 
Akaiat, land of, xxxiv. 367, 381 
Akcburg, x. .11 ' 
Akeden, James, bishop of, suffragan of Exeter, 

xviii. 415 

Akeman Street, xxix. .106 ; xxxvii. 426 
Akennion, Joan, xxxix. 441 
Akerkonf, xviii. 260 
Akerman, John le, xxxvii. 274, 291 
AKERMAX, Jons YOXOK, xxxvi. 121 

On antiquities found in London, xxri. 462 
On barrows on Breach Downs, Kent, xxx. 53 
On barrow in Iffins Wood, near Canterbury, 
xxx. 57 



Akerman continued 

On fibula from Stone, Buekinghamshire ) 

xxx. 545 
On the white horse of Berkshire, xxxi. 

297 

On fibnla found at Abbeville, xxxi. 467 
Exhibits model of font of Hampstead Norris, 

Berkshire, xxxi. 478 
On Weyland Smith's cave, Ashbury, Berk- 

shire, xxxii. 312 
Exhibits silver ring found at Bifrons, near 

Canterbury, xxxii. 423 
On Gnostic gems, xxxiii. 133 
On the condition of Britain, from the 
descent of Caesar to the coming of 
Claudius, xxxiii. 177 
On enamelled vessel found at Bartlow, 

xxxiii. 343 

On Roman remains at Stone, Buckingham- 
shire, xxxiv. 21 
On ancient beads, xxxiv. 46 
On weapons of the Celtic and Teutonic 

races, xxxiv. 171 
On roundels or fruit-trenchers of time of 

James I., xxxiv. 225 

On excavations on the site of ancient pot- 
teries in the New Forest, xxxv. 91 
On gold ornaments (Greek), xxxv. 190 
On discoveries in Anglo-Saxon burial-ground 

at Harnham, xxxv. 259 
On barrows in Wiltshire, xxxv. 480 
On objects discovered at Salisbury, xxxvi. 

71 

On the angon of Agathias, xxxvi. 78 
Notes on antiquarian researches in 1854, 

xxxvi. 175 

On silver rings and coins found at Wor- 
cester, xxxvi. 200 
On the distaff and spindle as the insignia 

of the female sex, xxxvii. 83 
On Anglo-Saxon remains at Kemble, Wilt- 
shire, and on grant of land to Malmes- 
bnry abbey by king A.ethelstan, xxxvii. 
113 



AKE-ALB 



9 






Akerman continued 

On Anglo-Saxon cemeteries at Filkins and 
BroughtonPoggs,Oxfordshire,xxxvii.l40 
On the possessions of Malmesbury abbey in 
Wiltshire in the time of the Anglo- 
Saxons, and on the ancient limits of 
the forest of Braden, xxxvii. 257 
On circular trenches and British cemetery at 

Stanlake, Oxfordshire, xxxvii. 363 
On Anglo-Saxon cemetery atBrighthampton, 

Oxfordshire, xxxvii. 391 ; xxxv.iii. 84 
On Wychwood forest, xxxvii. 424 
On capital punishment in the Middle Ages, 

xxxviii. 54 
On Anglo-Saxon cemetery at Long Witten- 

ham, xxxviii. 327 ; xxxix. 134 
On the origin of the bayonet, xxxviii. 422 
On the Hwiting Treow of the Anglo-Saxons, 

xlii. 124 

Akerman, Thomas le, xxxvii. 292 
William le, xxxvii. 285, 292 
Aketon, see Arms 
Akhmed, see Arabsiades 
Akkadian, zodiacal signs, xlvii. 346 348 
Laws relating to women, xlviii. 359 
Alabaster carving of St. George and the Dragon, 

xlix. 277 

Aladel, brother of Saladin, vii. 8 
Alaftal, vii. 7 
Alalye, John, xxxvi. 19 
Alamanni, interments of, xliv. 102 

See also Alemanni 
Alamandina?, garnet so called, 1. 524 
" Ala Indiana," on an inscription at Cologne, 

xxvii. 213 
" III. Thracum," xxvii. 216 

Thracum Herculania," xxvii. 216 
Alamanus, Johannes, xliii. 9 
Alameda, Alanso de, xxxviii. 250 
Alan of Brittany, lord of Richmond (Yorks), 

xlvii. 180 

Danby Wisko church built by, xlvii. 176 
Alan, lord of Galloway, ix. 55 

Abbot of Tewkesbury, inscription to, xiv. 
149, 152 



Alansmoor, Herefordshire, xxxi. 273 

Alarm, how given to castles, iv. 386 

Alaspee, John, xxii. 396 

Al Athy, near Babylon, xviii. 259 

Alate, William, xii. 366 

Alaten', Roderick, bishop of, suffragan of Exeter, 

xviii. 415 
Alatervie, iii. 110 

Alauna, tdwn of (Ptolemy), xlviii. '587 
Alaunus, river (Ptolemy), xlviii. 387, 390, 391 
Alayn, Roger, xliii. 211 
Alb, see Costume 
Albamarla, castle of, xxvi. 350 

Stephen de, xxvi. 357 
Alban, saint, discovery of bodv of, iv. 62 

Tomb of, xx ix. 369 

An abbey near Mentz dedicated to, xxix. 370 

Brotherhood in honour of, xxii. 284 
Albans, saint, see Saint Albans 
Albanie, AVilliam de, iv. 412 
Albano, John de Sancto, xxxi. 87 
Albano, Italy, xlii. 9812:', 

Kmissarius of the lake of, xvii. 72 

Doorway at, xxvii. 384 

Spear and ferrule found at, xlv. 383 

Vases found near, xxxviii. 1SS 1!I2 
Alban towns, site of Lanuvium, xlix. 3(J7 
Albanians, xlix. 36, 71, 1(J7 
Albany, Robert, duke of, ix. 329 

Duke of, Protector of Scotland (1515), xlvii. 
300, 301 

John, duke of, xxvii. 181 
Albemarle, duke of, see Monk, George 

Earl of, see Fortibus, William de 

Earldom of, vi. 45 

Monastery of, vi. 45 
Albeneio, Hiwen de, xvii. 316 
Alberic, papal legate, xv. 297 
Albert, viii. 238 

Prince, xxxv. 345 

Archbishop of York, iv. 59 

The great, bishop of Ratisbon, xxviii. 379 

Papal notary, iv. 197 

Albertus Magnus, " De secretis mulierum " of, 
xlix. 335 




10 



ALB ALD 



Albigenses, a religious sect, ix. 297 ; 1. 306 
Albini, honour of, ii. 334 

Alice de, xlv. 428 

Nigel de, v. 201 ; xliii. 232 

Richard de, xxvi. 288 

William de, xvii. 317 ; xxvi. 288 ; xliii. 264; 

xlv. 193, 428 

Albiniac, Philip de, xv. 210 
Albini lirito, William de, ii. 334 
AlbimiH, ttv Alcuin ; Coins 
Albion, name of a clock at !St. Allmns, v. 422 ; 

\\\i:i. 11 

Allx>, Thomas de, xxxvii. 274 

Monasteri". Matilda de, xxxvii. 2'.'2 
Albucinufi, u potter, vi. 124 
Albuquerque, duke of, tec La Cuevu, licrtran 
Albury, Surrev, vines gi-own at, iii. (59 

Kont ut, x. !!:{ 

Hi-ilish coin found at, xxxiii.. 190 
Allins, a potter, viii. .'!73 
Alliyn, Edward, xii. 'M~> 
Alciriih, xxxi 2tJl 

Alcala de Henares, viii. i>7 ; xxxvii. 51) 
Alcantara, bridge at, xvii. 43 
Alcazar de San .luan, viii. <J8 
Alchemy, xxxvii. 491 
Alehester. xv. 1^2; xxxv. :5'.'2 
Alcliorn. Mr. iii. 3.V 
AlchuoneuH, xxiii. 2">9 
Alchymy. viii. 43(J 
Alciati, Andre, xxiii. 3U3 
Alcinmis, ganlen of, vii. 114 
Alcioncus, on an ancient vase, xxiii. 229 
Alcluid, x. .18 
Alcmaer, xxvi. 2<!<i 
Alcmund, his massacre, xxv. 293 
Alenmndcbir, xv. 209, 211 
Alcock, John, bishop of Rochester, xxvi. 281 

Thomas, xxxiii. 100 
Alcred, king of Northumbria, xxv. 285 
Alcuin, quoted, iv. 58; xiv. 185 
Aldaye, Mr. xviii. 328 
Aldborongh, Yorkshire, i. 64 (a) (6), 72 (c) ; iv. 

76 ; ri. 44, 45 ; viii. 218, 228, 230, 350 ; ix. 

282 ; x. 56 ; xxiii. 369 ; xxxiv. 47 



Aldborough, Holderness, Saxon inscription at, vi. 
41 

Not a Saxon church, vii. 86 
Aldborongh, William de, vi. 334 

Seal of, xlvii. 185 

Arms of, xlvii. 185 

Margery de, will of, 1. 183 
Aldeborne, manor of, xxxvii. 307 ; 1. 208 
Aldegunde, Fulk do St., xxx. 538 
Aldenbnrgb., Yorks, vi. 43 
Aldeney, xxxv. 250 
Aldenex, Valentine de, xlv. 450 
Alder, Elizabeth, xxxv. 474 
Alderby, John de, bishop of Lincoln, iii. 397 
Alderet, xvii. 93 
Alderman, title equivalent to mayor, xxiii. 27 

At Grantham, xlviii. 250 

At Malmcsbury, 1. 428, 434 
Alderman's Kitchen, field so called, xlvi. 420 

Part, field so called, xlvi. 419 
Alderman, Richard, xxxvii. 279 
Aldermanlmry, Simon de, xxxvi. 403 

Gervase do, xxxvi. 414 
Aldermaston, Berkshire, xv. 185 
A Idem, doctor, xxxvii. 214 
Aldersey, Robert, exhibition of bill of Thomas 

Shakespeare, xiii. 403 
Alderson, John, xl. 323 
Alderton, Thomas, x. 70, 80, 83 ; xii. 362 
Aldgiha, v. 198, 20(> 
Aldham, Essex, xii. 29 
Aldhelm, saint, 1. 425 

Shrine at Malmesbury, iv. 68 

Poems, xiv. 179 
Aldingburne, Sussex, xlv. 147 
Aldington, Kent, vii. 408 ; x. 233 
Aldred, archbishop of York, ix. 143 

Earl, v. 197, 198 

King of Northumbria, xxv. 286 
Aldrige, Samuel, xxxv. 451 
Aldrovandus, ii. 127 

On statues in Rome, i. 122 (a) (b), 135 (c) 

Thought stone axes were thunder bolts, ii. 118 
Aldryche, doctor, xviii. 81 
Aldrydge, Robert, xxxix. 251 



ALD-ALE 



11 






Aldstan Moor, Cumberland, altar found at, xvii. 

229 

Aldnlf, king of Northumbria, xxv. 286 
Aldwark, xxxii. 75 
Aldwent, ix. 283 

Aldwin, Aldune, bishop of Durham, v. 198 
Aldworth, Martha, xii. 400 

William, xlii. 417 
Aldwyne, Edith, xxxvii. 275 

Hugh, xxxvii. 274 

Aldye, John, printer, xxv. 103 > 

Ale, hops and brimstone not to be put in, iii. 

157 

Called sicera, iii. 76 
The May, xxxvi. 225, 226 
Whitsun, xxxvi. 227 
House, licence for, in manor of Scotter, xlvi. 

381 
Tasters appointed in manor of Scottcr, xlvi. 

375 ; and of Aylesbury, 1. 103 
Ales, church, xii. 12; xxxv. 435 

A source of parish income, xlvi. 197 
Custom of holding, xlvi. 198, 201 
Aleby, Thomas, xlii. 297 
Alecott, Philip de, xlvii. 94 
Alee, Adam, xii. 362 
Robert, xii. 375 
Alefelt, general, xxii. 37 
Alefield, monsieur d', xxxvii. 153 
Alefrid, king of Northumbria, xxv. 285 
Alemande, William de, xxxix. 441 
Alemanni, graves of, at Oberflacht, Suabia, WIL- 
LIAM MICHAEL WYLIE on, xxxvi. 129, 147, 
154, 160 

Alembic, a vessel for distillation, xlviii. 148 
Alemouth, Northumberland, inscribed stone cross 

found near, x. 472 

Alemton en Surques, barony of, iii. 200 
Alen, Robert, xxv. 496 
Alencon, xliv. 116 

Due de, ix. 260 ; proposed marriage of to 

Queen Elizabeth, xxviii. 393 
Charles, count of, xxviii. 181, 188 
Alesbury, William, viii. 330 



Alesia, xlv. 259 

Alet, Brittany, xxv. 248 

John, bishop of, xxv. 248 
Aleta, iii. 344 
Alexander, bishop of Lincoln, iv. 152 ; ix. 124 

Built Newark castle, vi. 316 
King of Scotland, iv. 38 ; xi. 46 ; xxiv. 158 ; 
xxviii.' 68, 69, 73 

III. pope, charter to Wells, 1. 315, 316, 353 ; 
to Bath, 1. 353355 

IV. pope, iv. 191, 198 

The Great, viii. 7: xvi. 179; xxx. 180 

Represented by a king in cards, viii. 1G2 
Romance history of, ix. 174; xii. 75; 
xxvi. 272 

Mr. xii. 228 

William, xviii. 41,421 

C. Lucius, ix. 238 

Charles, xii. 27 

Edward, i. xxviii (a) (b), xxix (c), xxxiv 
(a) ([)), xxxv (f) 

Nicholas, xviii. 154 

Giraldinus, ix. 180 

Henry, xxxvii. 4SS 

Le Imaginator, xxix. 185 

Sir Sigismund, xxxvii. 488 

Thomas, xxxix. 25 

Severus, viii. 307 

William, earl of Stirling, xxxii. 142 
Alexandria, Egypt, xxi. 349 

Famous for its cocks, iii. 142 

Temple of Serapis at, vii. 8 

Inscribed pillar from, vii. 1 18 

Patriarch of, used the Roman mitre, xvii. 35 

Greek inscription on Pompey's Pillar, xv. 
59, 64, 389 

Lamnoy's Report on, xxi. 349 

Persecuted minister of, xxxv. 442 

Greek writing in catacomb at, xxviii. 152 
170 

Glass making at, xlvi. 89, 92 
Alexandria Troas, xiv. 240 
Aleyn, Richard, xiii. 155 

Ralph, xxxii. 34 

c 2 



12 



ALE ALI 



Aleyn continued 

Stephen, xxiv. 323 

William, xxv. 447 
Alfgar, earl, xii. 39 
Alfhilda, xxx. 220 

Alfieres, name of chess-bishop, xi. 401 
Alfin, Alfino, name of chess-bishop, xi. 400, 401 ; 

xxiv. 226 
AlfoUl, xxxvi. 305 
Alfonl, Lincolnshire, xlii. 297 

Theophilus, 1. 32, 33 

Alfred, king, i. l.">4() ('<), 171 (c); vi. 255; xiv. 
lit!. 137; xxv. >:>; xxiv. 331; .\.\i.\. 192; 
xxxrii. 2*53 

His buildings, vi. 361 

Pii'sents to cathedrals by, ii. 08 

(iold coins of, mentioned, ii. 08 

Translation of St. Gregory's pastoral, ii. 08 ; 
xxi\. 197, I'.'S 

Inquiries concerning tonil) of, in Hyde 
abbey, xiii. 309 

Laws relating to niunler and sanctuary, viii. 
20 

Laws, 1. L'n'.t 

Founded monasteries at Athelney and 
Shaftcsbury, ii. 74 

Assumeil character of a minstrel, ii. 102 

Translation of Scriptures, ii. 08 
Alfred's Jewel, SAMIKI, PKI;I;K on, ii. 08 

An aesil, ii. 77 

An amulet, ii. 73 

In Ashinolean museum, Oxford, ii. 73; xxix. 
73, 74 

List of engravings of, ii. 72 

Mistakes relating to, ii. 68 

The top of a stylus, ii. 73 
Alfred, Henry, xxxvii. 283 
Alfrcton, Derbyshire, x. 30 

Alice, iii. 295 

Avicie, iii. 295 

Sir Robert of, iii. 295 

Sir Thomas of, iii. 295 
Alfric, xxx. 220 
Alfrida, xxx. 222 



Alfriston, Sussex, British coin found at, xxxiii. 

190 

Discoveries in barrow at, xlvi. 463 
Alfsige, xxx. 221 
Alftride, v. 372 
Alfwitha, queen, xiii. 309, 311 
Alfwold, king of Northumbria, xxv. 286 
Aelgar, xiv. 48 

Algarva, bishop of, his library, xxii. 174 
Algeria, cromlechs and remains in, xxxviii. 252 

271 

Algitlm, v. 20(5 ; xix. 201 

Algonkin, a North American language, viii. 304 
Algorismus, false derivation of word, xxxii. 

346 

Alguasil, ix. 44 

Alhanibra, columns in, xvii. 48 
AI Heimar, xviii. 2(50 
Alhstan, bislio]) of Sherbume, SAMUEL PEGOE on 

ring of, iv. 47 

First soldier bishop in England, iv. 52 
Various forms of the name, iv. 49 
Three persons of that name bishops of 

London, iv. 48 

Alhwin, bishop of Worcester, ii. 78, 
Alica (grits), xli. 308, 316 
Alicana, i. 64 (a) (/,), 72 (c) 
Alicia, wife of Tetbald, earl of Champagne, 

xxvi. 357 
Alien priories, see Priories, Alien 

Seizure of, by Edward III., 1. 254 
Alienation of land, limitation to, in Rothley soke, 

xlvii. 97 

At Malmesbury, 1. 436, 438 
Alighe, John, xxxiv. 56 
Alignement, xxxv. 234 
Alimanon, calif, x. 364 
Alin, Mr. xix. 285 
Alingbonrne, vicarage of, xiv. 144 
Alington, Mrs. i. 358 (a), 360 (6), 385 (c) 
Aliorunae, wise women of the North, xxi. 131 
Alise-Sainte-reine, xlii. 328 

Swords found at, xiv. 259 
Aliso, xiii. 4 






ALK-ALM 



13 



Alkara, i. e. readers, vii. 12 

Alkeham, xxxi. 219 

Alkfled, xiii. 292 

Alkmene, xxiii. 259 

Alkmundbury, Huntingdonshire, i. 43 (a) (6), 

47 (c) ; xv. 211 
Alkok, John, xxv. 391 
Alkosh, Assyria, xxxii. 175 
Allaghi, country of, xxxiv. 370 
Allan, doctor, xxv. 379 
Allebone, lord chief justice, v. 428 . 

Allectus, emperor, iv. 80 ; xxvii. 148, 149 ; xxx. 

129, 544 

Allee, John, xxxiv. 53, 60 
Allegiance, renouncing, ix. 123 
Allemand, Antonius, xxxvi. 315 
Allen, Lady, xix. 107 

Sir Francis, xxxiv. 157 

Jane, iii. 13 

John, v. 343 ; xvi. 327 ; xx. 9, 272 ; xxx. 20; 

xxxv. 343 

ALLEN, SAMUEL JAMES, exhibits inscribed purse- 
clasp, xxiv. 353 

On a grant and seal of Jasper Tudor, 
xviii. 439442 

Sir Thomas, xxxvii. 217 

Sir William, xxxvi. 407 

William, xxxvi. 407 

William, cardinal, xiii. 259 
Allen, river (Ptolemy), xlviii. 387 
Allenstown, Meath, vii. 168 
Allerdale, xiv. 114 ; xxii 164 
Allergate, Durham, x. 59 
Allersthorp, Lawrence, xx. 204 
Allesley, Geoffrey, tomb of, xxxi. 269 
Allestrye, Mr. xlv. 90 

Alleti, Antonio, correspondence of, xlviii. 9, 15 
Alleys in London, 1. 17, 33 
All fours, a game at cards, viii. 145 
Allgood, Hunter, xlv. 370 
All Hallows, figures of, at Belton, xlvii. 483 

At Mattersey, xlvii. 484 

At South Cave, xlvii. 483 

At Westminster abbey, xlvii. 483 485 
All Heal, i. e. miseltoe, vii. 315 



ALLIES, JABEZ, xxxvi. 200 ; xliii. 302 

Exhibits bronze ornament found at Perdes- 

well, Worcestershire, xxx. 554, 555 
On a sepulchral vase and other antiquities 
found near Scarborough, xxx. 458 462 
Allin, Elizabeth, xxxvii. 9 
Hannah, xxxvii. 9 
John, letters of, relating to the Plague of 

1665 6, xxxvii. 1 
Margaret, xxxvii. 2 
Allington, Kent, xiii. 112 

Discoveries at, vii. 408, 409 
Allington, Wilts, 1. 253 

Gold collar from, xxxix. 507 
Allington, Mr. i. 357 (), 359 (6), 38:5 (c) 

Sir Giles, xxxviii. 399 

Alliteration in Anglo-Saxon poetry, xvii. 2<J7 
Allman, Ralf, xli. 3(57 
Allnat, Richard II., exhibits a sword from Wal- 

lingford, Berkshire, xxxi. 494 
Alloa House, Scotland, x. 1U3 
Alloy in antiquities, xix. 58 
ALLOT, RICHARD, on caves at Kilslevy, Ireland, 

xv. 408, 409 
Alhvayes, Nicholas, woolstapler's mark of, xxxvii. 

389 

ALMACK, RICHARD, on Roman remains at Mel- 
ford, Suffolk, xxiii. 394 
Exhibits seal ad causas of dean and chapter 

of Lichfield, xxviii. 461 
On letter of Sir Thomas Stanhope to Lord 

Bnrleigh, xxxi. 212 
Exhibits rubbing of brass of Margaret 

Bromflet, xxxi. 494 
On orders of Elizabeth as to corn in 1586 

and 1594, xxxii. 410 

On letters of Lord Stanhope, xxxviii. 399 
On first charter by Penn to Pennsylvania, 

xlvii. 83 

On a copy of a letter to Mary queen of Scots, 
and a bond of Secretary Maitland, xlvii. 
242 

Almain rivets, see Arms 

Almain, Sir Henry of, see Plantagenet, Sir Henry 
Almaley, xviii. 430 



14 



ALM-ALT 



Alman, John, xxxviii. 41 

Richard, xxr. 416, 448, 479 
Almanacs, Clogg, xxxi. 483 ; xli. 466 

JOSEPH BARNARD DAVIS on, xli. 453, 457, 466, 
470, 472 

List of, xli. 454 

Messedag, xli. 470 

Runic, i. 168 (a), 183 (fc), 202 (r) ; xxxi. 483 ; 

xli. 46(5 

Almnnnus, Han, xxiv. 14 
Almanshc-ath, Almanxdwith, tradition as to name, 

v. SH> 

Almar, xiv. 4!> 
Almavini, (!uy, xxvi. .'?i!."> 
Altnavn, Martin, xii. 3s t 
Almeida, Lorenzo, xl. 7 
Almcndroz, Francis, viii. OS 
Alinor, prior of Canterbury, xv. 2!M 

William, xii. :5SK 
Ahiu-ry, xi. 3"S 
Almcsho Park, xxxv. 4<!2 
Alnu-yda, Chevalier d', xiii. 25S 

Mutiiicl d', xx.xii. 42 
Almissa, Roman inscription at, v. 17^5 
Alrnm-r, Thomas, xii. :5. r >7 

Almondliury. Yorks. i. 71 (a), 72 (l>), 80 (r), 
217 (<i), 222 (/-), 23K (r) ; xxxii. 18 

Roman camp at, i. 221 (a), 222 (b), 242 (c) 
Almont, William, xxxiii. 100 
Alms at Holy Communion, opinion on, xli. 334 
Almunecar, xxxiii. 181 
Alne church. Yorks, sculpture at, xliv. 150 ; 

xlvii. 170 

Alnc, river (Ptolemy), xlviii. 387 
Alnmouth, .* Alcmouth 
Alncth, John, xxxvii. 276 
Alncy (Abney) Moor, Derbyshire, vii. 176 
Alnwick, Northumberland, ablx-y of, xx. 128 

Battle of, ix. 52 

Capture of, by Lancastrians (1462), xlvii. 
268, 269, 272, 273 

Castle of, built by Henry Percy, vi. 345 

Celt found at. v. 113 

William, zv. 67 

William, bishop of Lincoln, iv. 157 



Alone, said to be Whitley castle, i. 217 (a), 218 

(6), 238 (c) 

Alost, in Flanders, xxviii. 67 
Alpha and Omega, in early inscriptions, xxvi. 481 
Alphabets,!. 159 (a) (b), 177 (c) ; ii.219,228; vi. 156; 
vii. 276, 350, 361 ; xviii.61,72; xxxii.241,243 

Greek, xix. 160 

Runic, xxviii. 338 ; xli. 461, 467 

Written in ashes at dedication of a church, 
xxv. 243 

Knglish, derived from Scandinavia, xlviii. 228 
Alpes Pennini Monies, i. 64 (a) (6), 71 (c) 
Alphen, name of ship, xi. 186 
Alphinston, Devonshire, font at, x. 188 
Alphonso, king of Sicily, xxxi. 168 
Alphonso II. king of Naples, xxvii. 165 
AlphonsuB the Wise, king of Castile, v. 153 
Alphyn, name of chess-bishop, xi. 400; xxiv. 226 
Alit'bec, Yorks, v. 196 
Alresford, New, chalice at, xlii. 415 

Old, chalice at, xlii. 415 
Alric, vi. 311 

Alrich, Roger, xxxvii. 297 
Alruna 1 , xxi. 131, 135 
Alrynea, xxviii. 329 
Aim-hot, xxxi. 222 
Alsh, loch (Ptolemy), xlviii. 385 
Also])]), John, xliii. 218 

Thomas, xii. 361 
Alspach, John, xxx. 229 
Alspatt, Warwickshire, xxix. 178 
Alspathe, Edmund de, xxxviii. 277 
Alstelmus, a king in England, xlv. 239 
Alstignus, xlv. 241 
Alstychell, Robert de, xxxvii. 295 

Thomas, xxxvii. 295 
Alswitha, xiii. 309 
Altai Mountains, vii. 227 
Altaniane, Lapin, xxviii. 245 
Altars, Christian, xl. 210 

Abolished in 1550, xviii. 149, 150 

Chest to be used as, xxvi. 403 

Consecration of, xi. 359 

In Coptic churches, xlviii. 409 412 

Dedications of, 1. 70 



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15 






Altars continued 

Early representation of, xliv. 328 

In midst of churches, xi. 329 

Multiplied in Roman churches, xi. 377 

One only in Greek churches, xi. 377 

In Orford castle, xxxix. 66 

Parish, in cathedral and conventual churches, 
xi. 135, 139 

Parish, in Rochester cathedral, xlix. 327 

Pictorial symbols for, in Mexican ornamenta- 
tion, xlvii. 159 . 

Portable, xi. 360 

Setting np, xxxvi. 232 ; xli. 362 

In Roman churches, xl. 210 
Altar-piece, picture for an, xlix. 246, 249 

Painted by Rene of Anjou, xlix. 251 

At Gustrow church, xlix. 314 
Altar-stone, xxiii. 46 ; xxv. 243 ; xxxvi. 235 

Ordered by Pope Silvester, xi. 360 

In Hexhani abbey, xxxi. 488 

Altar, taking down, i. 14 (a) (I), 16 (c), 20 (a) (!/), 
22 (c) ; xxxiv. 56 ; xxxvi. 231, 235 ; xli. 363, 
364;xlii.82 
Altars of wood, xi. 361 ; xxxvii. 138 ; xliii. 207 

In Lateran church, xi. 360 
Altar-cloths, xvi. 7 

Altar in Temple of Diana at Ephesus, xi. 9 
Altars, Roman, iii. 109, 110; ix. 204, 220,222, 
285, 287, 288 ; xxvii. 221 

From Aldston Moor, Cumberland, xvii. 229, 
230 

Dedicated to Andinus, xlix. 74 

From Bader, xlix. 143 

From Bath, x. 326 

Inscribed to Belatucader, i. 308 311 (a), 
310313 (6), 332335 (c) ; x. 118 

From Bewcastle, xi. 67, 69 

From Binchester, vii. 161 

From Brough on Sands, i. 308311 (a), 

310313 (6), 332335 (c) 
From Carlisle, ix. 220 
From Castlesteads, ix. 220; x. 118, 122; xi. 

65,66 

From Caervoran, Northumberland, xxiv. 352 
From Cleves, xxvii. 221 



Altars continued 

From Corbridge, Northumberland, with 
Greek inscription, ii. 92, 98 ; iii. 107 
110, 324, 332, 336 

From Cramond, Scotland, xviii. 120 

From Doncaster, vii. 409, 420 

Of the Deae Matres, iii. 107, 108 

From Govarljevo, xlix. 99 

From Graham's Dyke, iii. 118, 124 

From Gustarica, xlix. 59 

From Haddon, x. 32 

From Kiimanovo, xlix. 154 

From Lancaster, xiii. 401 

From Lymne, xl. 380 

From London, Fetter Lane, xxiv. 350; Foster 
Lane, xxiv. 350 

From Mansfield Woodhouse, ix. 204 

Dedicated to the Matronae, xlvi. 174, 175 

From Middleby, iii. 188 

From Netherby, ix. 222 ; x. 13S, 13!) 

From Patrington, Yorks, xxvii. 404 

From Plevlje, xlix. 27 

From Plumpton, near Penrith, iii. 104 

From Risingham, masons' murks on, xxx. 
119, 120 

From Scupi, xlix. 120, 121 

From Slack, Yorks, xxxii. 19 

From South Shields, xxiv. 19(5 ; xlvi. 164 

From Tinmouth castle, viii. 326 

Of Bacchus at Wilton, i. 155 () (l>), 173 (c) ; 
ix. 160 

From Whitlaw castle, xv. 391 
Altecar, William, xxxi. 87 
Altenkirchen, Riigen, xxxix. 96 
Altham, Sir Edward, xxxvi. 410 

Edward, xxxvi. 409 

Elizabeth, xxxvi. 409 

Sir James, xxxvi. 410 

James, xxxvi. 409 

John, xxxvi. 409 

Matthew, xxxvi. 409 

Thomas, xxxvi. 409 
Althorp, pictures at, xlix. 285 
Altieri, Giovanni, vii. 369 
Altoir na Greinc, vii. 279 



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Alton, Hampshire, xxxvii. 271 

Castle, sword found at, xi. 431 
Ilartholomew, bell founiler, xxxvi. 240 
Altyre, Morayshire, bronze bracelet found near- 

xxii. 285 

Alnminia.used in makingGothicglass.xlvi. 104,115 
Alunna, i. 217 (a). 218 (b), 238 (c) 
Alun, river, viii. 213 
Aluroz, king, xiii. 57 
Alvn. duke of, xxii. 7(t 
Alvarez, Francisco, xxxii. 44 
Alvcchurvh, Worcestershire, i. 21:5 (a), 215 (6), 

231 (r) 

Alverton, bat I li- of, ix. .'il2 
Alvestone, Gloucestershire, xiv. 7-"> 
Alveton, Stnffonlshire, xi. 432 
Alwuiil. William, xxxvii. 2^'.' 
Alwi. xiv. l> 
A 1 word, xxv. m 
Ahvy, Adiini, xxxvii. 2*3 
Alwvn, bishop of Klnilinm, bonos of, discovered 

at Klv. ii. 3(55 

Alwyne. Williuin, xxxvii. 273, 271 
Alvnifiii." thf air or visible heaven, xlviii. 252 
Alyn, parson, a prisoner in the Tower, xviii. 2!'7 
Aryngton. Christopher, xxv. 453 
Alvnton, William, xxvi. 2SO 
Alysaundre, Robert, xxxvii. 21*4 
Anmliil, vi. 52 

Aniada, temple at, xx.xv. 1(53, !(>(> 
Amalaric. xiv. 421 
Amalasuntha. xiv. 421 

Amalgamation of municipal boroughs, xlviii. 454 
Anian, William, xii. 3t>0 

Amanti, the, Italian merchants, x. 243 ; xxviii. 24;? 
" Amandi Tni-ma," on an inscription, xxvii. 225 
" Aniandus, ex civitate FnHiorum," inscription to, 

xxvii. 224 
Amasis, iv. 248 
Amat, xxiii. 259 
Amanri, Robert de, xxxix. 441 
Amanry, king of Cyprus, xr. 252 
Amazons, cut off their left breasts, vii. 63 

On ancient vases, xxiii. 193, 196, 249; xxxv. 

no 



Amazons, cloud myths, xlviii. 375 

Amazons and gryphons, contest between, xlviii. 

366, 367. 

Ambassades MSS., xx. 9, 272 
Ambassadors, to France (1515), xlvii. 299 

Presents to (1554), xviii. 180 

Presents to by Queen Elizabeth, xlviii. 204 
206 

Place for, at the Roman rostra, xlix. 429 
Ambelini, John de, xxviii. 270 
Amber, objects in barrows, xliii. 500 

Used as incense, xliii. 376 

Tablets from Lake, Wilts, xliii. 505 

Object from West Stoke, Wilts, xliii. 503 

Early use of, in Italy, xli. 189 

Rings found in Swiss grave-mounds, xlvii. 
13:., 13C. 

Commerce with in early times, xlviii. 229, 
234, 235 

Beads found at Marston, xlviii. 329, 330, 331 ; 

nt Slcaford, 1. 389394, 397404 
Amberley, Sussex, xlii. 296; xiv. 147 

Dedication cross at, xlvii. 165 
Arnberslc, .lolin, xiv. 195 
A rn her wood, xxxv. !>5 
Ambesas, William, xxxix. 215 
Amblesidc, Westmoreland, celt found at, v. 115 
Ambletuse, iii. 251 
Ambola, caves at, vii. 295 ; HECTOR MACNEIL on, 

viii. 251 

Ambones, xi. 320, 368 ; xl. 209 
Arnboise, cardinal, tomb of, xlix. 279 
Ambrass, Germany, instrument of torture at, 

xxvii. 249 
Ambreforde, vi. 42 

Ambresbury, Wiltshire, i. 56 (a) (b), 62 (c) ; 
vii. 104 ; 1. 302 

Pont at, x. 186 

Convent of, Eleanor of Provence buried in, 

xxix. 186 

Ambreticourt, Sir Sanchez d', xxxv. 458 
Ambrose, Isaac, xxxi. 414 
Ambrose, saint, v. 146 ; x. 199 ; xlvii. 374, 378 

Liturgy of, xxiv. 8 

On a seal, 1. 126 



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17 






Ambrosion, xriii. 259 
Ambrosius, Aurelius, vi. 234 
Amenamha I., xxxiv. 380 

II., xxxiv. 384 
Amenempt, xxxiv. 386 
Amenemha, tomb of, xxxv. 150 
Amenemes III., xxxiv. 374 
Amenophis, xxxiv. 390, 391 

I., xxxii. 177 ; xxxiv. 376 

II., xxxv. 166 

III., xxxii. 177 ; xxxiv. 376, 381 > 

Monument of, SAMUKL BIRCH on, xxxi. 489 
Amenti, on the deities of the, xxxiv. 392 
Amen-Ba, feast of, xxxiv. 371 
Amergos, ix. 177 
America, v. 318324; vi. 107109 

Discoveries of, JOHN PAYNE COLLIEK on, 
xxxiii. 283 

Earliest mention of, xl. 24 40 

Earliest known map containing name of, xl. 
12 

The English discovery of under the Cabots, 
xliii. 17 

First colonisation of, xlvii. 65 67 

(North), Inscription on Heighten Rock, vii/ 
290306 

(Central), discoveries at Peten, xxv. 570, 571 

(South), bracelets and hair ornaments from, 

xxxi. 472 

American Indians, picture-writing, WILLIAM BRAY 
on, vi. 159 

Pottery, ornamentation of, xlvii. 159 

Common rights of food amongst, 1. 197 
Amersham, Mr. xxxvi. 40 
Amersham, Bucks, xxxv. 313 
Ames, Joseph, i. xxxiii (a), xxxiv (6), xxxv (c) ; 

ii. 189 ; vii. 1 

Amesbury, see Ambresbury 
Amice, see Costume 

Amiens, France, x. 252 ; xxv. 181, 184 ; xxvi. 
332, 352, 357 

Bracelets found at, xxxiii. 174 

Cannon foundry at, xxviii. 386 

Cathedral, sculpture at, xliv. 159 



Amiens continued 

Cathedral, condition of glass in, xlvi. 138 

Ear-rings found at, xxxiii. 374 

Fibula found at, xxxiii. 374 

Objects found near, xxxiii. 174 

Pontifical quoted, xvii. 125 

Sculpture of the Judgment at, xxxvi. 383 

Sword at, xlv. 254 
Amisia, xiii. 4 

Ammanati, the, of Pistoia, xxviii. 243 
Ammergau, mystery play at, xlii. 288 
Ainmet, perhaps an amice, xliii. 240 
Amniirals of Egypt, xxi. 3S2, 385 
Ammon, festival of, xxxv. 154 
Amner, xxiii. 370 
Amo, John, xii. 390 
Amore, Stephen, xxiii. 26 
Amour, Puys d', xii. 74 
Amoundcrncss, Lancashire, given to the church 

of York by Athelstan, i. 171 (n) (I,), 190 (c) 
Amphibalus, supposed discovery of Ins relics. 

.xxxiii. 263 
Amphion, iv. 224 
Amphissa, walls at, xv. '.i'2'2 
Amphitheatre, Roman, at Aoste, v. 171' 

At Bordeaux, xxxv. 359 

At Caerleon, ii. <> ; vi. 11 

At Civita Lavinia, .xlix. 371 

In Dorian peninsula, xlix. 353 

At Douo, v. 69 

In England, v. 67 

On the Hill of yE(]uum, iii. 344 

Of Flavius Vespasian, vii. 37U 37:i 

At Pompeii, iv. 168 

At Ragusa Vecchia, xlviii. 5 

At Redruth, v. 67 

At Richborough, v. 67 

At Silchester, v. 67 ; xlvi. 346 ; xlviii. 225, 
231 ; 1. 226 

At Thoricum, xv. 323 

At Udena, in Barbary, xv. 151 

At Verona, iv. 96 

Amphora, Roman, on cubical contents of, by 
HENRY NORRIS, vi. 227 
D 



18 



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Amphora continued 

Sepulchral use of, xix. 61 
On an Etruscan vase, xxiii. 191 
See also Pottery 

Amport, Hampshire, i. 57 (a) (6), 84 (c) ; xlv. 165 
Ampullae, lead, xxxviii. 129 

Silver, 1. 443, 467 
Ami-am, near Babylon, xviii. "255 
Aiuset, Egyptian deity, xxvii. 208, 271 
Amsterdam, xxxv. 8 
Ainulu, xi. 152 
Amulets, net- Folk-lore 

Amunoph III., king of Egypt, xxvii. 203, 2G6 
Amwell, Little, Herts, bracelet found at, xviii. 44G 
A in}-, John, xxiii. 333 
Ainyiis, Robert, vii. 410 
Amye, John, xlii. 37!S 
Aniylusis, xli. 2! '4 
Aniyntiis I., xiv. 15 
Ainvot. T. E., xxxviii. 300 
A.\nui. TII"\IA>, on the Bayeux tapestry, xix. 88, 

192 
On kings of the East Angles, from 7!)2 to 

*~>~>, xix. 3ti2 
On the death of Richard II., xx. 424; xxiii. 

277; xxv. 3!I4 
On the population of English cities, temp. 

Edward III., xx. 524 
On gate and font at Kirkham priory, xxi. 

100 

On instrument of legitimation granted by 
Mary queen of Scots to the earl of 
Murray, xxi. 104 

On a letter from pope Pius IV. to Mary 

queen of Scots, and letter from Sir 

Benjamin Tichborne to James I., xxi. 170 

On inventory of Sir John Fastolfe, xxi. 232 

Exhibition of seal of Milo Fitz- Walter, xxi. 

554 

On death of Edward III., xxii. 204 
Account of a Roman kiln at Caistor, xxii. 

412 

On a memorial of George Constantyne to 
Thomas lord Cromwell, xxiii. 50 



Amyot, Thomas continued 

On a transcript of archbishop Arundel's 
letter to Henry IV., xxiii. 297 

Exhibition of a bowl formerly belonging to 

the monastery of Rochester, xxiii. 393 
Amyranlt, Moses, xxxv. 72 
Anabta, prince, xxxv. 148 
Anacharsis, iii. 139, 140 

Anachronisms, in history, etc., xiv. 162 167 
Anacreon and his dog on vases, xxxi. 257, 258, 
263 

Harp of, xxxi. 201 
Anagni, xxxvii. 55 
Analysis of ancient glass, xlvi. 130 

of soil from pits at Caburn, xlvi. 429 
Ananyzapta, xviii. 307 
Anamzaptus or Anamzapta, magical word, xxx. 

427 

Anath, meaning of, xiv. 133 
Anatolia, iv. 227 
Anbarrow, viii. 107 
Ancalitcs, xv. 180 

Ancaress, the, of Cocsford, xxv. 524 
Ant-aster, Lincolnshire, church door, vi. 323 

Font at, x. 188 

Ancestral shares of village community, 1. 207 
Ancliises, tomb of, iii. 354 
Ancholme, level of the, xl. 240 
Anchor, on ancient vase, xxiii. 182 

Found in Belbury camp, xlviii. 116, 117, 118 
Anchorage, Durham, x. 61 
Anchorholm, river, 1. 301, 368, 369 
Ancient demesne, what it is, ii. 309, 315, 319 
Anclam, Stein Thor at, xxxix. 105 

Churches at, xlix. 316 
Ancon, glass beads found at, xlv. 308 
Ancona, iii. 346 

Paper manufactory at, xxxvii. 448 
Ancrene, William de, xxxix. 441 
Ancroft, Northumberland, x. 56 
Ancyra, ix. 183 ; xliv. 78 
Andara, site of, xlviii. 88 

Monument relating to, xlviii. 91 
Andasus, xiv. 277 



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19 






Andate, British goddess, xxxi. 280 
Anderida, vi. 57; xii. 421, 437 
Andern, xxv. 563 
Andernach, Germany, xxxv. 9 

Easter sepulchre at, xlii. 291 

Holy Ghost inn at, xxxv. 203 
Anderson, Mr. iii. 119 

Anthony, xxx. 165, 166 

JAMES, on fortifications in Highlands of 
Scotland, v. 241 ; vi. 87 

John, xliii. 370 

William, xxxv. 488 
Andes, the, iv. 18 
Andetrium, iii. 343 

Andinns, Roman altar inscribed to, xlix. 74 
Andirons, xxi. 269 ; xxx. 3 ; xlii. 354 

In early inventories, xlviii. 125, 127, 128, 

129, 140 

Andle Stone, Derbyshire, vi. 114 ; ix. 208 
Andoo, hook money, xxix. 407 
Andover, Hampshire, i. 56 (a) (6), 62 (c), 60 (a) 

(6), 66 (c) ; viii. 102 ; ix. 204 
Andradescester, xxxii. 300 
Andrast, a British god, vi. 57 
Andre, Bernard, xxvii. 154, 192 
Andreas, signer, xxxiii. 291 
Andred forest, xxxiv. 244 
Andree, John, xlv. 453 
Andres, monastery of, xxxi. 224, 230, 233 
Andres, Manasses, xxxi. 224, 230, 233 
Andrew, Elizabeth, xxxviii. 107 

Richard, xxxviii. 51 
Andrew, saint, figure of, xlvii. 371 

In a diptych, xlix. 253 

On seal of Rochester, xlix. 454 

Relics of, at St. Paul's (1245), 1. 453 

Representation of, 1. 119, 165 
Andrewe, Thomas, xi. 245 
Andrewes, Alderman, xlv. 98 

Gerrard, xlv. 314 

Charles Gerrard, xlv. 314 

Launcelot, bishop of Winchester, i. vii (a) 
(i) (c), xv (a) (6) (c) 

Richard, xxxiv. 205, 221 



Andrewes, Thomas, xliv. 400 
Andrews, a sand near Harwich, x. 350 
Andrews, James Petit, viii. 430 

John, iii. 402 

Richard, i. 89 (a) (/>), 101 (c) 
Androkides, xxiii. 258, 259 
Androcles and the lion, xliv. 305 
Andromache, xxiii. 258 
Andromeda, v. 8 ; xxxvi. 62 
Andronicus Cyrhestes, the tower of, xvii. 63 
Andros, Edmond, xii. 364 
Andrews, Francis, xxxv. 435 
Andulles, a kind of pudding, xiii. 371, 388 
Ane, Drue de, xxxix. 441 
Anethewardtoun, Adam, xxxvii. 285 
Aneurin, the works of, xiv. 185, 21b 
Angara, river, .Siberia, ii. 226 
Angaria explained, viii. 332, 335 
Angelos, Constantine, his man-iage, xlix. 96 
Angels, destroying, illumination of, xxxiv. 182 

Rebel, illumination of, xxxiv. 340 

Figures of, as corbels, at Lincoln, xlvii. 41 

In wall paintings, xlix. 201, 244, 250 

Dress of, xlix. 2.">2 

Playing musical instruments, xlix. 254 

Winged, with sceptres, xlix. 252 
Angel, John, xxxii. 142 
Angel-Gold, i. 161 (<>) (/-) 179 (c) 
Angelico roots, xv. 1(30 
Angelico, Fra, pictures of the Judgment by, xxxvi. 

378, 386, 387 
Angell, Mr. xxxiv. 59 

John, xii. 372 

Angelo, Michael, see Buonarotti 
Angeltwatch, a kind of worm, xxx. 404 
Angely, Saint Jean d', capitulation of (1351), 

xxxi. 504 

Angennes, Jean d', xxii. 390 

Angers, France, All Saints church at, xxxiv. 280 ; 
column in, xvii. 47 

Cathedral, xxxiv. 274 

Castle, xxxiv. 280 

Episcopal benediction at, xxiv. 9 

Font at, xxxiv. 280 

D 2 



20 



ANG 



A ngers cont in uetl 

Hospital of Saint John, xxxiv. 278, 279 

Massacre at, in 1572, xxii. 325 

Museum at, xxxiv. 280 

Roncerav, church of, xxxiv. 275 

Saint Aubin, abbey of, cloister, xxxiv. 278 

Sculpture at, xliv. 186 

Tower, xxxiv. 280 

Snint Laurent, church of. xxxiv. 27(5 
Saint Maurice, church of, portrait of Ulger, 

bishop of Anijcrs in, xix. 189 
Saint Martin, church of, xxxiv. 277 
Saint Nicholas, abbev of, held lands lit Wil- 

lotiLrliton, Lincolnshire, i. M> (u) (7<), 

I u. i ( ,. ) 

Saint Sei'tfc, clinrcli of. xxxiv. l'7'.i 
Trinitv churcll. xxxiv. 277 
Angevyn. Robert, xxxix. -H-I 
AnL'evvyiir. .liihti. xxxvii. _'>:! 
Anirharad. ii. I 1 1 
Anjfier, .lames, xxxvii. ii 
Anirle. Sir (iuiscard <!'. xx. :H ; xxii. 'J7!> 

PrNoner lit Poitiers, i. 21:! (.;). 211. (I,), 234 

(f) 

Anglesey. Wales, xx. l<il 
CaMlc of. xx. 11 ( 
Celts fotinil at. v. llti: xxvi. !>:! 
Hoar stones in. xxv. '<'.> 
Me of (Ptolemy), xlviii. :{.- t. :{<:{ 
Monument of St. .lestin there, v. 143 
Population of. in 17<is. i. 2sl (u), 28:5 (fc), 

304 (r) 

Aniflesford, xxvii. :!!'2 
An^lisisin. Sir Kichani of. xxii. 27'.' 
Aniflus. Willielmns. ix. 117 
Anglo-Norman poets, xii. 297 ; xiii. 85, 230 
An^lo-Saxon antiquities, xli. 201 205, 409, 420, 

479 

Capitals, writings in, xxvi. 109 
Cemeteries in Oxfordshire, xxxvii. 140, 391 ; 

xxxviii. 84 

At Slcaford, 1. 383 406 
In Thames Valley, xxxviii. 327, 328 
At Stowting, Kent, xli. 407 120 



Anglo-Saxon cemeteries continued 

At Long Wittenham, Berks, xxxviii. 327 

352 ; xxxix. 135 142 
At Wingham, Kent, xxx. 550 
Chronicle, Latin note to, concerning the 

origin of the ^Era Dionysia, xlvii. 481, 

482 

Church at Deerhurst, 1. 6671 
Coins found at Rome, xlix. 407 
Dedication and consecration of churches, 

xxiv. 343 ; xxv. 235 
Gravemonnds, xli. 481 
Homilies, xxx. :?2 
Interments, xxvi. 481 ; xli. 410, 415, 418, 

419 

Knighthood, xxxix. 100 
Manuscript in library of Exeter cathedral, 

xvii. 1HO 192 
Occupation of Lincolnshire, traces of the, 

xlvii. \~~> 
Paraphrase on the Phu-nix, xvii. 193 197, 

257266 

Poetry, xvii. 17:5 17:>, 2(i7 274 
Runes, xxviii. 327 
Seal discovered, xxiv. 358 
Vase (Cambridgeshire), xlviii. 299 
Villeins, holdings of, 1. 207 
Anglo-Saxons, legal procedure of, xli. 207 

Learnt glass-making from the Romans, xlvi. 

90 
Glass found in graves of, not decayed, xlvi. 

'.!! 

Municipal privileges amongst, xxxii. 298 
Conquest of the Malmcsbury district by, 1. 

423, 424 

Method of settlement in Hritain, 1. 214 
Their servants, xxv. 596, 597 
Oriental learning of, xxiv. 358 
Angon, see Arms 
Angouleme, France, cathedral of, xxxv. 43, 44 

Duke of, see Valois, Francis de 
Angram, Thomas, x. 70 
Angria, Connage, vii. 323 
Tnlage, vii. 323 



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21 



Angulo, Julian de, xxxvii. 274 

Richard de, xxxvii. 275 

Robert de, xxxvii. 288 
Angus, carl of, see Gilchrist 
Angusie, Scotland, xvii. 235 
Anianus, xliv. 342 
Anicy, church of, xxx. 446 
Animals, cruelty to, ii. 87 

The sacred in Egypt, punished, iv. 251 

Worship of, in Guinea, iv. 249 
Animal (bronze), from Belbury camp*, xlviii. 
117, 119 

(Mythical), on antique gem, xlviii. 50, 51 
Animal remains in long barrows, xlii. 182 228 

In round barrows, xliii. 536 544 

At Caburn, xlvi. 430, 435, 445448, 452, 
453, 464, 470, 477488, 491493 

At Caesar's camp,xlvii. 450, 454, 455, 456, 460 

At Cilurnum, xlvi. 8 

At Ranscombe, xlvi. 489, 490 

At Sleaford, 1. 388 

At Silchester, xlvi. 355 

At South Shields, xlvi. 170 

Animals, sculptured, at Pen Sclwood church, 
xlvii. 171 

At Hognaston, xlvii. 171 

In Stoney Stanton church, xlvii. 176 

On tympana, xlvii. 167, 168 
Anjou, Charles of, iv. 206 

House of, nicknames of, xxix. 42 

Notes of churches in, xxxiv. 273 285 
Ankerwyke, xxxviii. 108 
Anketin, Robert, xxviii. 266 
Anlaf, ii. 105 

King of Northumbria, xxv. 289, 290 ; xlix. 

407 

Anna, iii. 187 ; x. 226 ; xii. 140 
Anna Clough Mullen, Ireland, cairn at, xv. 409 

Caves at, xv. 409 

Annadoun castle, Galway, xxxviii. 168, 169 
Annam, Scotland, xxii. 170 

Stone, figures on the, xlviii. 299 
Annandale, xvii. 241 

Arms of, x. 480 



Anne Boleyn, see Boleyn 

Anne, queen, household expenses of, xii. 88 

State of political parties under, xxxviii. 1 
Anne of Bohemia, xxix. 48 ; xxxi. 360 
Anne of Cleves, queen, xviii. 131, 136 ; xxiii. 54 ; 
xxvii. 37, 70 ; xxviii. 102 

Portrait of, xl. 77, 86 

Remonstrance of, xlvii. 249264 

At Shene, xlix. 292 

Anne of Denmark, portrait of, xxvii. 45 
Anne, queen of Hungary, portrait of, xl. 81 
Anno of Warwick, marriage of, xlvii. 415 
Anne, saint, xlvii. 371 

Life in English verse, notice of, xxx. 528 
Anne, Michael de, xxvi. 338 
Anneale, a spice, xxxiii. 222 
Anncbant, Richard d', xii. 54 
Annecy, x. 173 

Richard do, 1. 253 

Lake, lake-dwellings on, xxxviii. 180 
Anncrdale, Scotland, xxii. 167, 168 
Anneslcy, Mr. xi. 103 
Annin, Lough, Westmeath, vii. K)7 
Annius Verus, bust of, xlix. 370 
Annius of Vitcrbo, ix. 180 
Annivelars, of Exeter cathedral, xviii. 387, 403, 

407, 408, 412 

Annulus Piscatoris, xl. 138 142 
Annunciation of 13. V. Mary, illumination of. xxiv. 
50 

Group of figures of the, in Westminster 

abbey, xlvii. 372 
Annuellere, see Annivelars 
Anomiae, fossils, v. 44 
Ansell, Mr. xlv. 67 

Miles, xxxi. 204 

Robert, xxxvi. 52 

Anselm, archbishop of Canterbury, canonization 
of, i. 26 (a), 25 (6), 28 (c) 

Bishop of Lucca, xvii. 34 
Anser, x. 249 

Anson, George, lord Anson, his voyages, ii. 232 ; 
iii. 55 

George Edward, xxxiii. 175 



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ANS-ANT 



An.stoy, Dorsetshire, celt mould found at, xxviii. 
451 

An.stic. Surrey, camp at, ix. 103, 105, 106 
Anstey, William, xii. 369 
An>tii r. Mr. xiv. 91 
An-ti-. Juhn, xxxii. 325 
Drawings by, xiii. 208 

Compiled memoirs of the families of Tnlbot, 
Carvw, (iranville, nnd Courtney, i. xxviii 
(a) (l>), xxix (r) 
A list re, Willium dc, xxxix. 411 
Answer, nnmc <>f a ship, xi. 174 
Antrlopc. u Lancastrian badge, xxi. 240 
Anthony. Mr. xl. 4H1 

Anthony, vi. 'JOS; xxxix. 1:5. 274 
Bastard of Hurgundy, xxvii. 42 t 
Saint, representation of, in triptych, xlix. 

251 

linage of, at Westminster, xlvii. 309 
By I'isuncllo, xlix. 25S 
l!y Torrigiano, xlix. '2'<~ 
At Worcester cathedral, xlix. '!'<! 
Of Winchester, xii. :{IMI 

Anthony church, Cornwall, bras* at. xxxi. 483 
Anthropophagism, xlii. 1H! 
Anthulc. xxiii. 259 
Antian. xxiii. 2">!> 

Antibf-, Roman aqueduct at. xvi. 19>, 2UO 
Anticani-. constellation of. xxvi. 1">7 
Anticn.ft, Alice, xv. 103 
Antigua, hhipyai-d at, xi. 1^7 
AntilochoB, xxiii. 2~>'.t 
Antimachos, xxiii. 2"<!t 

Antioch, buttle of, appearance of saints at, xii. 205 
The principality of, during the Crusades, xv. 

234 

Taken by Crusaders, ix. 12* 
lew i-h glass-makei-s at, xlvi. 93 
Antioch-ehaml)cr in the Jewry, Westminster, iii. 

187 

Antiochus, Callinicns, iii. 160 
Epiphanes, xliv. 49 
Hierax, ix. 162 
Thco, iii. 161 



Antinous, his history, i. 114 (a) (6), 126 (c) 
Buried in a boat, vii. 155 
Drowned in the Nile, viii. 192 
Intaglio of, i. 112 (a), 113 (6), 125 (c) 
Antinoopolis, city of, viii. 192 
Antiope, on ancient vases, xxiii. 181, 234 
Antiopeia, xxiii. 258, 259 
Antiparos, ix. 177 
Antipater, viii. 7 
Antipendium, see Frontal 
Antiphoner, xviii. 409; xxi. 275; xxiv. 18 
Antipolis, xvi. 198 
Antiquaries, catalogue of eminent, i. xxiii (a), 

xxxiv (/<) (c) 
Antiquaries, Society of, annual meeting of, i. 

xxxii (a), xxxiii (li) (c) 
Charter granted in 1751, i. xxxix (a), xl (/)), 

xii (r) 

Foundation of, i. iii (a) (6) (c) 
Historical account of, i. i xxxix (o), xl (b), 

xii (c) 
Minutes begin Feb. 5, 1718, i. xxxvii (a), 

xxxviii (/<) (r) 
Queries proposed by, concerning topography, 

i. xxxviii (a), xxxix (6), xl (c) 
Correspondence with the Admiralty concer- 
ning the tides at Dover, xxxix. 277 288 
A Society of, in time of Elizabeth, xxxii. 

132; xxxviii. 354 
Antiquarius, the, by Hieronymus Bononius, xl. 

I43_ir,<; 

Antiquary, origin of the term, i. iii. ; xxxvii. 355 
Antiquities, preservation of, xlviii. 199; xlix. 

438 

Antisiodomm, xi. 114 
Antium, xlix. 368 
Antivestaeum, or Land's End (Ptolemy), xlviii. 

391 

Antona, iv. 27 
Antonia, castle of, at Jerusalem, iv. 373 ; xliv. 

2937, 55 
Tower of, vi. 373 
Antonia, coin in honour of, found at Silchester, 

xlvi. 333 



ANT-APO 



23 







Antonine column, MARTIN FOLKES on, i. 117 (a) 

(6), 130 (c) 
Dedicated to St. Paul by Sixtns V., xiii. 

213 
Antonius Marcus, mixed iron with his coins, iii. 

183 

Martyr, xliv. 61 

Antoninus Pius, column of, i. 117 (a) (b), 133 (c) 
Equestrian statue at Rome, attributed to, i. 

123 (a) (6), 136 (c) 

Denarii of, found at Cilurnum, xlvi. ^ 
IX., iter of, xxiii. 367 
Antoninus, inscription to, ii. 26 

At Alexandria, xxviii. 160 
Coins of, see Coins 
Vallum of, Roman antiquities found on the 

line of, xxi. 455, 456, 468 
Wall of, Richard Garnet on, xxx. 245 
His orders about a soldier's will, xxvii. 214 
Antonio, Nicholas, xxxviii. 449 

Don, xxxiii. 289, 291 ; xxxiv. 301 
Antony, Mons., xxii. 392 

Antrim, Ireland, iron bill found in, xlvi. 438 
Antros, x. 364 
Antwerp, xi. 28 ; xxiii. 348 
Altar-piece at, xlix. 259 

Church of Saint Jacob, picture of the Judg- 
ment at, by Bernard Van Orley, xxxvi. 
388 

English Brigittine nuns at, xiii. 258 
English Carmelite nuns at, xiii. 272 
English Carthusian monastery at, xiii. 256 
English Teresian nuns at, xiii. 255 
Minor Friars at, xiii. 292 
Mount of Piety at, xxix. 275 
The Rose inn at, xxxv. 203 
Anubis, i. 116 (a) (b), 128 (c) ; iv. 166, 242 ; xiv. 

207; xxvii. 273 ; xxxiii. 133 
Anwarpe, John of, xxxix. 2, 13 
Anyon, James, xii. 366 
Anvil on seal, xii. 122 

Anvils, called great and little bear, xi. 104 
Aori, xiii. 284 
Aosta, x. 178; xliv. 186 



Apamea, iv. 315, 331, 347 ; xviii. 303 

Aparre, William, xxv. 416 

Ape, a Japanese zodiacal sign, xlvii. 342 

Apelles, v. 276 

Aper Alberic, see Vere 

Aperil, John, xxxvi. 42 

Apethorpe, Nottinghamshire, Roman villa at, 

xliii. 119 

Aphowell, John, xi. 243 

Aphrodite, on ancient works of art, xxxiv. 269 
Apian, Peter, xl. 357 

Apicius, Coelius, book on cookery by, xii. 283 
Apis, iv. 220, 239, 255 ; xiv. 206 
Apley, Salop, iii. Ill, 112 
Apnek, William, xxxi. 205 
Apodyterium, of baths, v. 328; ix. 203, 205 
Apollo, iv. 221 ; v. 8 

Name on altar, iii. 123 
The cock sacred to, iii. 139 
On coins, iii. 175 

Statue of, found at Sib.ston, Northampton, 
xxxii. 13 
At Exeter, vi. 4 
In the Vatican, iii. 175 
Supposed temple of, ix. 138 
Temple of, at Cnidus, xlix. 348 

at Lanuvium, xlix. 371 
Bronze figure found in the Thames, xxviii- 

39 
Worshipped in Britain, xxviii. 45 

Under the form of a stone, xiii. 210 
Apollo Agyieus, representation of, on a gem, 

xlviii. 6 

Apollonius Tyanacus, iv. 282 
Apollon, or Apolon, xxiii. 259 
Apollonia, see Coins 
Saint, xlvii. 366 
Apostles on fonts, x. 188 

Images of, in Henry VII. 's chapel, xlvii. 

372, 373 

Apostles' Creed, in Greek language, xlvi. 395 
Apowell, Mr. xxx. 21 
Fnlke, xiii. 397 
John, xii. 367 



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APP ARA 



Apparel of nuns, injunctions concerning, xlvii. 

5355 

Appelby, Henry de, xxxix. 441 
Appending F. M., lxx>k on Kpitaurnn, xlviii. 3 
Appentioia 1 , supplementary buildings, xxiii. 106 
Appesley, Sir Allen, xii. 252, '2.">t! 

Miehael, xlii. 37fi 
Appiiin. his at-count of the pilnm, xlii. .'541 

A mistake of, xlix. 3<>S 
Applebv, Westmoreland, xxxi. 280 

Inscription found at, iii. 153 
Ajipledniv. Devonshire, xv. 2<M> 
Appleton, Cheshire, xix. '-'' ' 
Apple*, xv. l.'iH 

Price of. xviii. 2s3 
Apple ennlle, xlviii. 147 
Applevanl. William, xii. 17>; xxiii. 9 
Appowcll. John, \xxvi. 231 
Apprentices in 155s. xxiv. 17<> 
Apres. \\i. 2<>3 
Aprice. John. xii. 3*>ii 
Aprichardi'. Thomas, xii. 359 
Apricots, x. 41."> 

When intiiiduced into Kngland, iii. '.'1 
April, representation of. x 1 s ! 
Apiim-full of stones," Hradlield, v. 93 
Apse. \i. 3J'i. 33n, :{:{.", 34<i; xxxvii. 13."i; xliv. 

:;:u 

Ap^ley. Sir Allan, x. lit; xii. 1>I7 ; xxxvii. 49(1 

Apswell. John, xxvii. 370 

Apnlliy. John tie. iii. Is 

Apalderrombe, xv. Iu4, IG.'i 

Apuleius. v. 1(>3 

Apulia. William, duke of, xv. 23o, 1J36 

Kiniftloni of, iv. 191 
Ai|iin, John tie, xxxvii. 293 

Thomas de. xxxvii. 275, 293 

William tie, xxxvii. 288 

Aqua-Bella, Peter tfe, bishop of Hereford, his 
monument at Aqua- Bella, Savoy, xviii. 
188, 189 

Aquae-Soli*, xv. 190 ; xxviii. 401 ; 1. 266 
Aqna ViUr, xxii. 176, 178 
Annum. John ultra, xxxvii. 293 



Aquarius (amphora), the zodiacal sign of, xlvii. 

343, 345, 347, 348, 358 
Aqueducts, Roman, at ^Eqnum, iii. 344 
At Ariana, xv. 147 
At Antibes, xvi. 198 
At Canali, xlviii. 9 
At Ragusa Vecchia, xlviii. 8 
At Risinium, xlviii. 48 
At Segovia, iv. 410 
At Skopia, xlix. 149 
At Uldena, xv. 146, 154 
Aquila, constellation of, xxvi. 156 

John de, xxxiv. 312 
Aqnileia, cardinals of, xliii. 167 
Aquillon, Mons. d', memoire sur un aquednc 

Romain decouvert ii Antibes, xvi. 198 
Aqiiilnn, Philip, xxxvi. -K)2 
A(|iiimnnile, xi. 152 
Aquisio, name of, xlvii. 183 
Aquitaine, u history of, projected by F. Lambert, 

i. 7<! (n) (Ii), 85 (r) 
Mcdiieval architecture in, JOHN HuN'RY Pxtt- 

KKit on, xxxvi. 1, 311 
Aquitani, the, xvi. 99 

Ar. meaning of, i. 272 (), 274 (b), 295 (c) 
Am, zodiacal sign of, xxvi. 156; xlvii. 339 
Arable lands, allotments of in municipalities, 

xlvi. 410, 414 
Arabia, xxxiv. 378 

Cards in, viii. 135 
Arabians, knowledge of mathematics amongst, x. 

364 
Arabic characters, vii. 2, 13 

Inscriptions, xxvi. 473; xlii. 394. 
Numerals, first introduced, i. 140 (a) (6), 

155 (c) ; x. 360 

At Helmdon, Northants, xiii. 107, 141 
At Preston hall, Kent, xiii. 107, 141 
On a statue at the Black Swan inn, i. 149 

(a) (fc), 165 (c) 
On tomb of Fastrada, wife of Charles tho 

Great, xxix. 369, 371 
On tomb at Worcester, iv. 23 
Arab zodiacal signs, xlvii. 343 



ARA ARC 






Arabsiades, Akhmed, wrote a life of Genghiz- 

Khan, ii. 227 

Aracalan, of the Jews, xxix. 427 
Aradns (temple of), columns of glass in, xlvi. 

85 

Aral Lake, iii. 162 
Aramaic calendar, xlvii. 346, 347 
Aran, isle of, church of Saint Benignus on, xliii. 

139 

Aranda, Mertin de, xxxviii. 250 
Aragonia, Berengarius de, xxviii. 321 
Ararat, mount, iv. 327 ; xviii. 302 
Aratus, astronomical poem, WILLIAM YOUNG 

OTTLEV on, xxvi. 47, 181 
Araz, Urbert de, xxiii. 299 
Arbalast, see Arms 
Arbalaster, xii. 153 
Arbe, Roman inscription at, v. 170 
Arbelows, Derby slii re, ix. 189; xxv. 195 
Arbila (British prince), vii. 141 
Arbiter Bibendi, xli. 329 
Arborough Banks, Warwickshire, vii. 413; xxv. 

42 
Arbourlow, Derbyshire, ix. 189; xxxv. 238 

Derivation of, vii. 131, 139 
Arbour- lowe Close, Staffordshire, vii. 140 
Arbrnsculo, Robert de, xxxiv. 283 
Arbury Hill, Northamptonshire, xxv. 42 
Arbury camp, antiquities found near, xlviii. 335 
Arbuthnot, Mr., iii. 173 
Arbuthnot Missal, xlii. 267 
Arbutus, Irish, x. 432 
Arc doubleau, xvii. 41 
Arc, Joan d', a queen on cards, viii. 162 
Arcadians, music of, xviii. 351 

Alphabet, vii. 361 
Arcadins, emperor, v. 291, 293 

Coins of, found at Silchester, xlvi. 365 
Arch, the discovery of the, xi. 16 

General adoption of the, xvii. 65 

Not known to the Greeks, xv. 323 

Anglo-Saxon, vi. 247 ; x. 167 ; xxvi. 30 

Elliptical, xvi. 324 

At Ephesus, xv. 323 



Arch continued 

Gothic, xiv. 107; xvi. 324 

Groined, xvii. 28 

Horse-shoe, xvii. 5, 16 

Method of constructing at Bassora, xvii. 76 

Mode of raising, xvi. 323 

The Moorish, xvi. 317 

Pointed, i. 40 (a) (b), 44 (<) ; xii. 159; xiv. 

106; xvii. 2, 11, 12, 72 
SYDNEY SMIGKK on origin of, xxi. 521 
In Roman work, iv. 410 
Syriac, drawings of, viii. 17U 
Timber, JOHN Any 11 K mix on the construction 

of, xxxiv. 445 
Welch, xvii. 41 

Various classes of, xxxiii. 136, 137 
Relieving, at Rome, xlix. 427 
Arch, Richard, xlii. 82, 87 
Archaeologia, Introduction to, i. i (u) (Ii) (c) 
Archaeological Association, xxxi. 19h, 21(i, 275, 

326 
Institute, xxxi. 198, 216, 275, 326 ; xxxii. 

392, 4UU 
Archbishop, cross of, xlvii. 375 

Staff of, xvii. 38 
Arch-chess, ix. 17 
Archcliff, Dover, vi. 187 
Archdekin, Thomas le, xxxix. 441 
Archbolde, Nicholas, xii. 372 
Archer, bronze figure of an, found in Cheapsidc, 

xxx. 543, 544 
Archer, Dr. 1. 295 
Mr. xvii. 136 
Galfricl le, xxxvii. 277 
Henry, xxxiii. 99 
John, x. 72 
Nicol le, xxxix. 441 
Sir Simon, xxxix. 236 
Archers, xii. 38 ; xxi. 258 
On a plate, x. 257 

Chess bishops called, xi. 402; xxiv. 228 
Payments to, in 1281, xvi. 36, 55 

in 1346, xx. 531 
On an ancient vase, xxiii. 179 
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26 



ARC-ARD 



Archery, DAIXES BARRIXUTOX on, vii. 46 
Enjoined by Edward III., vii. 50 

Practice, temp. Elizabeth, xlvii. 210212 

Hutu at Bottesford, 1. 377 
Arches, Isabel, Hi. 293 
Theophania, iii. 293 

Sir William of, iii. 293 
Archescacchiere, ix. 17 
Archevesque, Hugh le, xxxix. 141 
ARCHIIIAI.I', CJIAKI.KS DICKSOX, on ancient ord- 
nance founil in the island of Walney, 
Lancashire, xxviii. 372 
Archil, a dye, vii. In'.' 
An-hijH'higo, (<uvck), i. ">i (n) ('/), >> (c) 

.lug of moulded glass from, xlvi. S.I 

Ancii-nt glass vases found in, xlvi. HI 
Architecture, Anglo-Saxon, xii. 132 

Hric-k. in North Germany, xxxix. '..13 

liyzantine, xliii. >- 

Chaldifiin, xiv. tin 

Decorative origin oj, xviii. 33iJ 

Details of, xvi. 3!1 

Domestic, Ireland, xxxviii. 11! I 

Domestic, Home, xlix. 31H.1, K.itJ 

Ecclesiastical, xlvii. lti"> 

Ecclesiastical, of France and England, xxvi. 
20 

Egyptian, iv. 22* 

Gothic, xi. 3t!7 ; xvii. 1 

(iothic, English origin of, Juiix HKXISY 
I'AUKKI: on, xliii. 7:! 

(iothic, English origin of, xlvii. 13, lo 

Cothic, in Italy, xv. 303,373; xvi. 292; xx.537 

Long and short work in, xxvi. 11, 12 

Of Middle Ages, xix. 3.13 

Naval, British, xi. 1.11 

Norman, xsv. 168, 170, 177; xlvii. 161 

Norman, details of, xii. 169, 170 

Norman and Gothic, xiv. 107 

Norman, in Italy, 1. 109, 419 

(juoined work, xxvi. 41 

Progress of, in England, xxv. 166 

Remarks to assist in ascertaining the datc-s 
of buildings, zxxiii. 136 



Architecture continued 

Roman, xvii. 83 ; xxv. 166, 167 ; 1. 64 

Roman and Gothic, xvi. 321 

Scotch, ix. Ill 

15th century, 1. 283 
Arci, Nichol de, xxxix. 441 

Norman de, xxxix. 441 
Arcis, William de, xxiv. 130 ; xxxi. 216, 237 

Osbern de, xxxi. 218 
Arcitenens, vii. 46 
Arcles, i.e. Hercules, ii. 242 
Arconati, Galeazzo, xl. 16 
Arcnlphus, v. 22 
Arcy, France, xxxix. 80 

Ard, signification of, i. 272 (a), 274 (b), 294 (c) 
Ardagh, Limerick, chalice at, xlii. 413 
Ardakaden, Henry Nouy, bishop of, suffragan of 
Exeter, xviii. 415 

John, bishop of, suffragan of Exeter, xviii. 

415 
Ardca, architectural features of, xlix. 1G9 179 

Ancient history of, xlix. 174 177 

Medieval history of, xlix. 177 

Hoads to, xlix. 178, 179 

Roman road to, xlix. 368 
Ardekillin, Roscommon, crannoge at, xxxviii. 

185 

Arden, valley of, iii. 197 
Arden, Edward, xxxiv. 147 

Charles George, Lord, viii. 449 

John, v. 344; xxxiv. 419; xliii. 214 

Thomas de, xliii. 65 

William, xxxvi. 237 
Ardene, Yorks, v. 196 
Arden's Grafton, manor of, Warwickshire, \\i.\. 

178 

Ardeon, Mr. v. 116 

Ardern, George, inscription of in Tower of Lon- 
don, xiii. 97 

John, xxii. 227 

John de, on ostrich feather of Prince of 

Wales, xxxii. 333 
Arderne, Peter, xxxvi. 25 

William de, xxxix. 441 



ARD-ARL 



27 



Ardes, iii. 185 

Ardiaei, the tribe of, xlix. 40 
Ardleigh, manor of, 1. 487 
Ardmagh, Ireland, i. 107 

Ardmore, Ireland, round tower at, i. 305 (a), 307 
(fe), 329 (c) 

Used as a bell tower, ii. 83 
Ardrah, Donegal, gold collar from, xxx. 137 
Ardres, Franco, iii. 185, 200, 216, 217, 223, 249; 
xl. 456 

Church of St. Omer at, xxxi. 234 

Barony of, iii. 200 

Baldwin of, xxxi. 232 

Lambert de, iii. 217; xxxi. 228, 230, 23.') 
Arduba, iii. 345 

Ardudwy, stones of the men of, xxv. 59 
Ardnlf, king of Northumbria, xxv. 286 
Ardungell, Roger, xxvi. 323 
Are, river, Yorks, x. 352 

Aregon the Korinthian, picture by, xlviii. 365 
Areiopagus, court of, xxxii. 161, 162 
Arenatum, a cement, xxii. 339 
Arentsburgh, the Netherlands, human skeleton 

found at, xxvii. 215, 399 
Areste, cloth of, 1. 480 
Aretino, Pompeo, xl. 16 

Spinello, xxxvi. 385 
Aretium or Arezzo, xxxi. 255 
Arewe, river, x. 352 

Arezzo, glass window in cathedral of, xlvi. 118 
Arfast, xiv. 49 
Argall, Mr. vii. 252 
Argalle, xxii. 176, 178 
Argaston, John, xxxviii. 44 
Argentaria, xlix. 5 
Argentarii, business of, at Roman Forum, xlvi. 

353 

Argentarins, Julianus, xlv. 420, 422 
Argentile, xvii. 98 
Argentine, work of, iii. 204 

Giles, xxxix. 441 
Argento, Ralph de, xxiv. 130 
Argenton, Sieur de, killed at Poitiers, i. 214 (a), 
215 (6), 235 (c) 



Argillarius (Layward), in the manor of Scotter, 

xlvi. 375 

Argine, a queen in cards, viii. 162 
Argiotalus, xxvii. 213 
Argo, the constellation of, xxvi. 155 

The ship, iv. 319 
Argyleshire, primitive habitations discovered in, 

xlvi. 457 
Argylla, xli. 188 
Ariana, Tunis, xv. 147 
Ariano, Italy, inscription at, iii. 310 
Arias, Juan Luis, xxxviii. 452 
Aricina (Diana), temple of, 1. 58 65 
Ariconium, i. 294 (a), 296 (b), 317 (c) ; ii. 24 
Arie, certain cards in the Italian game of Min- 

chiate, xv. 142 
Aries, the zodiacal sign of, xxvi. 150; xlvii. 34'i, 

344, 349, 356 

Ariniai, a Hittite tribe, xlviii. 377 
Arimaspian, meaning of the r.ame, xlviii. 377, 37* 
Arindal, v. 220 
Aristobulus, vi. 373 
Aristologii, a herb, xxx. 386 
Aristomencs, ix. 163 
Aristophanes, iii. 146 

Mention of glass by, xlvi. 88 
Aristotle, figure of, in Henry VIl.th's chapel, 

xlvii. 368 

Arithmetic, books on, xiii. 159 163 
Ark, of Noah, xviii. 302305 

Japhet at work on, i. 52 (a) (b), 57 (c) 

On a medal, iv. 316, 317, 342 

Illumination of, xxiv. 340 
Arkerailie, name of ship, xv. 55 
Arkil, v. 199, 206 
Arkites, temples of, xxv. 191 
Arkle, Mr. xlv. 370 
Arkwright, John, xxxvii. 190 
Aries, France, iv. 64 

Cathedral, Judgment sculptures of, xxxvi. 
381 

Church of Holy Cross at, xxxvii. 248 

Council of, viii. 166 

Episcopal benediction at, xxiv. 9 
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28 



ARL-ARM 



Arlesey, Bedfordshire, xxxvi. 406 

Arley, Over, Staffordshire, vineyard at, i. 328 (a), 

330 (6), 352 (e) 
Arleye, xviii. 429 

Arlingham, Gloacestershire, xxv. 36 
Arlington garden, xii. 183 
Arlotta, xxvi. 3.14, 3. r >7 
Arm, an, of wood, xliii. 243 
Armnch or Armagh, its etymology, i. 23(5 (<i), 239 

(fc),258(c) 
Armada, Spanish, xi. 178; xxxiv. I")!! 

Letter on dispersion of, xx.xviii. 21<> 

I.Ur of ships and men, xxxviii. 248 

In tapestry, iii. 1!"' 
Armagli, archbishop of, .<" Ussher, James 

Cniincil <'f, x\x. 'JUi 
Armairnac, count of, portrait of his daughters, 

xl. IT.', 

Arinatuni, xv. 1J7 
Aiiiieniun soothsayers, iii. ->ii s 
Arme.ston, Kiehurd tie. xxvi. l!^7 
ArmeKtrong, family of, xxii. lii'.i. 170 

Sir Thomas, xi. '.'7 
Armestronge, Francis, xxiii. 4ii 

.lolin. xliv. 41'', 
Armethwaite, Cumberland, sunctnary at, viii. 2S, 

41 

Armii:ill, male Christian name, xii. 371 
ArmiLrnac, earl of, iii. :ill 
Armilaiisa, * Arms 
Armillae, Bracelets 
Arrnis, stntuta de, xvii. 'J!'7 
Armitagc, Savile, vii. 416 
Armlet, *ee Bracelet 
Armorer, William, xxv. 340 
Armorica, xvi. 1U4 

Language of, xvi. 116 
Armorinm, xi. 3. r >8 

Armourer, Nicholas, xxxvii. 226, 229,231 
Armourers' Company, xxxi. 390 
Armourers' and Hraziers' Company, mazer of, 

1. 137, 171 
Armourers, guild of, xxxviii. 137 

AtSalone, xliz. 1012 



Armoury, in Tower, xxxvii. 484 
At Greenwich, xxxvii. 485 
At Woolwich, xxxvii. 485 
Masters of, xxxvii. 486 
Arms, Armour, see also Bronze Weapons and 

Implements 
Abilments, xvii. 292 
Aillettes, xvii. 300 ; xix. 137 
Aketon, xx. 511 ; xxxi. 47 
Almain rivets, xi. 439; xxx. 6; xxxvi. 481, 

484; xxxviii. 368; xl. 331, 342 
Angon, xxxiv. 177; xxxv. 48, 51, 52, 54; 

xxxvi. 78, 80, 81, 82, 84; xlii. 344 
Arbalast, vii. 47; xxi. 72 

A paper mark, xxxvii. 451 
Armilausa, xix. '209, 231 
Arming girdles, xxxiv. 63 
Armour, remarks on putting on, by SIR 
SAJH:I:I. Rrsii MEYKICK.XX. 496 
As worn in thirteenth century, xix. 

138 

Banded, xix. 134 
Celtic, xliv. 110 
For tilting, xvii. 295; xix. 145 
Found at Caburn, xlvi. 430, 477, 

491 

(ierman, xlix. 260, 263, 271, 272 
<iold, said to have been found in 

Ireland, xxvi. 429 
In Bayeux tapestry, xxiv. 266 
V Inventory of in the Tower, 1660, 

xi. 89 

List of, xxxv. 357 
Lottery for. xix. 86 
Made in the North in the twelfth 

century, xxiv. 264 
Mascled, xx. 126: xxiv. 265 
Masking, xi. 99 
Of Charles I. xxxvii. 487, 488 
^^ Offensive and defensive of northern 

nations, xxiv. 256 
Of Henry VIII. xxii. 106, 112, 440; 

xlix. 271, 272, 273 
Of Sir J. Falstofte, xxi. 236 



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Arms, Armour continued 

Of Sir Philip Hinckaert, 1. 78 

Of Toyras, xi. 99 

Payments for, temp. Henry VIII. 

xlvii. 310 
Ringed, xix. 123 
Rustred, xix. 125 
Scaled, xix. 128 
Tegulated, xix. 130 
Trellised, xix. 121 
Use of, by Gauls, xlvi. 430 
Arms of Britons, xlviii. 338 
Arms of Celtic and Teutonic races, xxxiv. 

171, 172, 179, 182, 183, 189 
Arms, Norse, names of, xxiv. 258 
Arquebus, v. 148; xxii. G3, 67; xlvii. 210, 

217, 235 

Avant-bras, xxi. 271 
Axes, xxxiv. 179; xlvi. 184, 441, 442 
Danish, iii. 3 

Found at Belbury camp, xlviii. 117 
Found at Bellingham, xlv. 371 
Found at Caburn, xlvi. 441 
Found at Colchester, xxxiv. 179 
Found at Coombe, xxxiv. 179 
Found at Elsdon, xlv. 371 
Found at Gergovia, xlvi. 47(3 
Found at Hallein, Austria, xlv. 371 
Found at Hamburg, xlvi. 442 
Found at Londonieres, xxxiv. 179 
Found at Ozengel, xxxiv. 179 
Found at Richborongh castle, xxxiv. 

179 

Found at Shields, South, xlvi. 169 
Found at Silchester, xlvi. 362 
Found at Sleaford, 1. 403 
From the Thames, xxx. 491 
Found in the Witham, xix. 409 
In the Tower of London, xviii. 278 
Arrows, iii. 2 ; vii. 55, 59 ; xii. 2 ; xiii. 373, 
399 ; xvi. 327 : xvii. 34 ; xxi. 270 ; 
xxxvi. 134, 138 ; xlvii. 436, 439, 
456, 457, 463, 479 ; xlviii. 330 
Baces, xxxvii. 480 



Arms, Armour continued 
Bainbergs, xix. 137 
Balayn, xx. 512 
Balles-ramees, xxii. 75 
Balista, iv. 379, 384, 385 

At Damascus, vi. 298 
Bandoliers, xxii. 98 
Barbs for beasts, xi. 100 
Baselard, xxxi. 39 
Basilisk, a cannon, vi. 189 
Bassinet, basnet, bacinet, xvii. 296 ; xx. 505, 

512; xxv. 573, 574; xxvi. 398 
Battle-axe, x. 113, 47* ; xxxv. 229 
Bayonet, xxii. 103 

JOHN YOMIK AKKKMAX on origin of, 

xxxviii. 422, 430 
Bfbra, xxxvi. 82 
Bembergs, xix. 137 
Bickernes, xi. 100 

Bipennis, xxxiv. 177, 182; xxxv. 52,229 
Birrus, xix. 209, 24U 
Blunderbus, xxii. S(> 
Body armour, Sn; SA.MTKI, RUSH MI-:YI:K:K on, 

xix. 120 

Bombardell, a cannon, xi. 436 
Bombards, xxii. 61 
Bows, xxii. 73 

At George's Sound, vii. 60 

Cross-bow, vii. 47; xxi. 27<i; xxviii. 190 

Found in Allemannic graves, xxxvi. 133, 
138, 145, 156, 160 

Long-bow, vii. 49, 50; xlvii. 21o 

Painted, vii. 48 

Payments for, temp. Henry VIII. xlvii. 
310 

Tenure by, iii. 2 ; xvii. 311 

Turkish, xlvii. 226 

What trees made of, vii. 53 

White, vii. 48 
Bracers, xl. 331, 432 
Branch-bullets, xxii. 75 
Bratheres, xx. 512 

Breastplate, ii. 36 ; vii. 166; xiv.91; xv. 128 
Briccole, xxi. 363 



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Arms, Armour continued 
Brickettes, xvii. 292 

Brigandine, xxi. 271 ; xxvi. 398; xxxviii. 368 
Broccardo, xxii. 84 
Broigne, xix. 121, 137 
Bulwarks, xx. 498 
Bnrlmt. xxvi. 398 
Buiilue, xxvi. 398 
Burgonet, xi. 1(>3 
Buss, a gun, xxii. (14 
Bycoket. xxvi. 39S 

Calivi-r, xxii. 7S; xl. :{:!!. 312; xlvii. 210 
Caltnip, xxii. 3M> 
('annul, xxv. 573. 571 
Cannon, v. 1 I- 1 -; ^i. 2' it. 2oJ. :!7.">; xi. 137; 

xxi. 3<;n ; xxviii. I'.'l, 3su. :!SS 
Cannon foundries, xxviii. 3sl, 3S5, 3S6 
Cannon, names of, vi. Iss 
Cannon used at Cressy and Mans, v. 118; 

.\x\viii. I'.iu 
Cannon, in the Tower of London, in 1550, 

xxxvii. 4s 1 
Cannon, wooden, in the Tower of London, 

iii. 251 

Cannon at Margate, v. 15i> 
Cannon found near the (ioodwin Sand-i, v. 

147 
Cannon found in the island of Walney, 

xxviii. 373 

Cannon, rhyme concerning, xxxvii. 4S3 
Cannon-shot, (-tone, xxviii. :i7s, 3S3, 384, 

3s:,, 3!H; xxxii. 34; xlvi. Ki7 
Carabine, xxii. SO 
Cartridges, xxii. 99 
Castiglione, xxxii. 3(!S 
Cataphraetcs, xix. 347 
Catapult, iv. 379, 384; xii. l. r >3: xxi. 363 
Cataracta, a portcullis, xxix. (52 
(Vila, a saddle, iv. 56 
Cerveliere, xix. 145 
Chaffron, xvi. 24 
Chain mail, double, xix. 135 
Champfrein, xi. 100 
Chanfron, xi. 100; xxri. 402 



Arms, Armour continued 

Chape of sword, xxi. 272 ; xlvi. 168, 169 ; 

xlviii. 107, 109 
Chapel-de-fer, xxiv. 261 
Charnaylles, xxvi. 401 
Coat, xx. 505 ; xlvii. 328, 329, 331 
Coif of mail, xx. 512 
Coillart, xxi. 362, 363 
Cointisse, xix. 209, 239 ; xxvi. 398 
Connemorters, xxxvii. 480 
Contrepointe, xix. 223 
Coome murrions, xi. 99 
Corium, xix. 211 

Coronel, head of a tilting-lance, xvii. 291 
Corshett. xi. !9 
Corslet, British, xxvi. 422, 428 
Corslet, Kgyptian, xliv. Ill 
Cossehewes. xxi. 271 
Couroies, xx. 512 
Crees, vii. 'JS7 
Cressauntes, xxvi. 397 
Crinett, xxxvii. 180 
Criniere. xxvi. 402 
Crosses to hanf^ armour on, xi. 100 
Cuirass, Egyptian, xxi. 386 
Cuirass, ornaments for, temp. Theodorie, 

xlvi. 237 

Cuissart, xix. 145 
Cuisses, xvii. 295, 298; xix. 142; xx. 499, 

511; xxi. 271; xxv. 573, 574; xxxvii. 

486 

Cnlet, xi. 99 
Cullen cliffs, xxxvii. 481 
Culverin, xiii. 28 : xlvii. 298 
Curates, xi. 99 
Curie, xx. 511 

Currier, xxii. 77; xlvii. 210, 217 
Cnrrion, xxxvii. 480 
Cnrtal, xiii. 27, 29 
Cnshes, xi. 98 
Cyclas, xix. 209, 234 
Dag, xxii. 89 ; xxxiii. 130 ; xxxvii. 480 
Dagger, xx. 504 

From Belbury cauip, xlviii. 116, 12 



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Anns, Armour continued 

Dagger, from Durham, xii. 408 

Of Fishmongers' Company, xxxi. 516 
Of James IV. of Scotland, xxxiii. 335, 

340 

From the Thames, xxxi. 477 
From Veii, xli. 206 
From Walworth, xxi. 560 
Darts, xxxv. 231 
Demihaque, xxii. 70 ; xlvii. 211 
Doublet, xix. 209, 228 ; xx. 497 
Dragon, xxii. 87 
Elbow pieces, xix. 135, 138 
Epanldrons, xix. 144 
Esclopette, xxii. 81 
Escutcheon, xx. 512 
Espanllieres, xx. 511 

Falcon, a cannon, vi. 188 ; xi. 437 ; xiii. 27 
Falconett, a cannon, xiii. 27 
Fire arms, hand, SIR SAMUEL RUSH MEYKICK 

on, xxii. 59 
HuMi'HitKY HARWICH'S pamphlet on, 

xlvii. 212 

Temp. Eliz., xlvii. 210, 217 
Use of in Spain, temp. Eliz., xlvii. 

218 

Fire-lock, xxii. 93 

Fowler, vi. 188 ; xi. 437 ; xxxvii. 480 
Fowler-chamber, xiii. 27 
Fowling-piece, xxii. 82 
Francisca, xxxiv. 179, 180 
Fusil, xxii. 81 
Gambaiseure, xix. 216 
Gamboison, gambison, xix. 135; xxv. 572, 

574 

Gampes, harness of, xx. 511 
Gauntlets, xi. 99 
Gar, xxxiv. 186 
Garde-de-bas, xxi. 271 
Gaynpayne, xvii. 292 
Genouillieres, xix. 144 ; xxxi. 240 
Gloves, xix. 137 ; xx. 504 
Gonfanons, xi. 49 ; xix. 137 
Gorget, xix. 144 ; xx. 507 ; xliii. 428 



Arms, Armour continued 
Grapers, xvii. 291 
Greaves, xvii. 295 ; xix. 138 
Grenade, xxii. 89 
Griffus, xx. 499 
Guardreine, xi. 99 
Guiche, guiqe, guiggia, xx. 508 
Guipon, xix. 2U9, 23(3 
Gun, vi. 204 

Accounts for purchase of (1518), xlvii. 

210, 298, 299 
Gun, fancy, xxii. 94 
Gun, self-loading, xxii. 94 
Gun, wheel-lock, xxxi. 498 
Gun-locks, xxxi. 491, 492 
Gussets, xx. 498 ; xxvi. 397 
Gydors, xvii. 292 
Hagbush, vi. 1K9; xi. 439 
Hail shot, xlvii. 212 
Hand cannon, xxii. l!l ; xxviii. 377 
Hand gun, vi. 2U<! ; xxii. <>2 
Hand mortar, xxii. 89 
Hanger, xxvii. 340 
Haquebut, xxii. 68 
Harquebus, see Arquebus 
Haubcrgeons of Milan, xxi. 271 
Hauketon, hoketon, xix. 209, 217 ; xx. 511 
Hausse-col, xx. 507 
Haustement, xvii. 292 ; xx. 497 
Head-piece, Egyptian, xxi. 386 
Head-pieces of leather like horses' heads, 

xvii. 300 
Hearse, xi. 100 
Helmet, xx. 512; xxxi. 171 

15th century, 1. 285 

Of buffalo's hide, xxiv. 261 
Helmets on chess-men, xxiv. 230, 231, 232, 
233, 237 

Roman, xlviii. 118 

Bronze, found at Mattrey near Inns- 
bruck, xxxii. 409 

Bronze, from Ogmore Down, Glamor- 
ganshire, xliii. 553, 554 

Bronze, from Ribchester, xiii. 223 




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Arms, Armour continued 

Helmet of William I. xvii. 107 

of Sir Richard Abberbury, xliv. 460 
Hernoiz, xix. 122 
Horse-armour, xxii. 109 

of Prince Henry, xi. 101 
of Duke of Suffolk, xi. 100 
Hose of mail, xx. 511 

Of Stamyn single, xx. 498 
Huvette, x.\ i. 386 
.lack, .larquc, xix. 209,224; xxi. 270; xxv. 

51:5 

.lainbes. xvii. 2!'.'{ ; xix. 137 
lavflin. xxv. .M.'i ; xxxiv. 177 ; xlvi. 470, 

!!! 

Karbcd, xxxv. 48, 51, 52, 54 
.lupon. xxxi. .'i k 1 1!' 
Kettcll. hattcN. xxxiii. I3u 
Knee-caps, xi. '.'8 ; xix. 135 1)58 
LambovR, xxii. Io7 
Lance, fn Spear 
Launcepiyc, xxi. 272 ; xxvi. li!*!' 
Lorica catena, Silt SAMI 1.1. Ki'sii MKYKICK on, 
xix. :;:{ii 

Lorica. scali', xliv. ln.'i 
.Mace. xvi. i!.'i, s ; xxi. .'iSl! 
Mail, double, xxxi. -J:{!, 248 

Sintrle, xix. 1:52 
Mainefaire. munefiiire, xi. 99 ; xvii. 29.'5 ; 

xxvi. 4O2; xxxvii. 48(j 
Maiiptncl. iv. :584 
Match-box, xxii. 9! 
Match-loi'k, xxxi. 492 
Minion, xiii. 27 
Montauban hat. xx. 51:5 
Morind, a morion, xxxiv. 59 
Morion, Spanish, xl. :W1, ;{42 
Mortar, mortar-piece, vi. 206 ; x. 472 
Moryce pikes, xi. 439 ; xxxii. 34 
Mot on, xvii. 292 
Monsquetoon, xxii. 82 
Mufflers, xvii. 298 ; xix. 137 
Musket, v. 148 ; vi. 206 ; xxii. 60, 70 ; xlvii. 

211 



Arms, Armour continued 

Musket arrows, xiii. 398, 399 ; xxii. 95 

Musket rest, xxii. 101 

Ordnance, list of (1559), xxxvii. 480; (1575), 

xxx. 324 

Pace guards, xi. 99 
Patercros, xxviii. 376 
Patrel, xvii. 293 
Patron, xxii. 101 
Panldron, xix. 144; xxi. 271 
Paunce, xxxiii. 131 

Pavoise, pavoisine, xxi. 272; xxxiii. 131 
Penseli. pennoncelle, xvii. 296 ; xx. 508 
Petrariae, iv. 384; xxi. 363 
Pctroni'll, xxii. 86 
Percussion lock, xxxi. 493 
Pike, xlvii. 235 

Pilularium, an arquebus, xxii. 67 
Piliiin. xxxvi. 80,81,82,84; xiii. 327,337, 

346 

Pison, ])ysane, xxxiii. 131 
Pistol, xxii. !1 

Wheel-lock of, xxxi. 497 
Placket, xi. 1<>:5 
Plustron do fer, xxv. 572, 574 
r I'late armour, xix. 143 

Point nil. xxii. 109; xlix. 264 

Poitrinal, set' Petronoll 

Poleyns. xix. 135, 138 

Poldi-on, pouldron, xi. 98 ; xxxvii. 488 

Portpece chambers, Portpece hulls, xxvii. 

48(1 

Pom-point, xix. 209, 220; xxv. 573, 574 
Powder-horn, xxii. 97 
Quarter slinks, xxxvii. 480 
Qnysshews, xvii. 295 ; xx. 499 
Rerebrace, rerebrake, xvii. 292; xx. 502, 

503 

Rodds, xiii. 400 
Roundels, xix. 144 
Sabatynes, xx. 499 
Scale armour, xliv. 110 
Saddle, black, xxv. 466 
buff, xxv. 433 



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Arms, Armour continued 

Saddle, Male, xxv. 466 

Northern, xxv. 512 
White, xxv. 462 

Sallet, xxi. 271 ; xxvi. 397 

Sautour, xx. 513 

Serpentines, xxi. 272 

Shaffron, xi. 100, 102; xxvi. 402; xxxvii.486 

Shield, xviii. 341 ; xx. 509; xxvii. 400; xxxii. 

402,442; xl. 227 
Alemannic, xxxvi. 137 
Anglo-Saxon, xxxiii. 332 ; xxxix. 136 
Boss of, xiv. 91; 1. 390, 391, 392, 393, 
394, 397, 398, 399, 400, 403, 404, 
405, 406 
British, xxiii. 96 

From Breach Downs, Kent, xxx. -10 
From Caerhun, xvi. 128 
From Grimsthorpe, Yorkshire, xliii. 

483 
From Herbertstown, Limerick, xliii. 

480 

From the Isis, xxvii. 298 
From Marston, xlviii. 330, 333 
From Moel Sinbod, Caernarvonshire, 

xxiii. 95 

From Newcastle-upon-Tyne, xxiii. 95 
From Pracneste, xl. 198, 199, 200 
From Rhyd-y-gorse, Cardiganshire, 

xxiii. 96 

From Roldal, Norway, xxiv. 270 
From Sherrington, Wiltshire, xv. 345 
From the Thames, xxxii. 443 
From the Tower of London, xxxii. 407 
From Veii, xli. 198, 199, 206 
From the Witham, xxiii. 96, 97 
Iron, xxxv. 276 
Of Charles the Great, iii. 389 
Of chessmen, xxiv. 231, 238 
Price of, xvii. 300 

Shoulder-plates, xvii. 298 

Skeans, xxxiii. 76 

Sling, xxxii. 96, 100 

Slurbow, xiii. 397, 399 






Arms, Armour continued 

Snaphaunce, xxii. 78 ; xxxi. 492 

Soureilleur, xx. 512 

Sharthe, xx. 33 

Spear, xxxv. 276 

Spear, Anglo-Saxon, xxxiii. 333 ; xxxiv. 183, 

189 
Spear from Albano, xlv. 383 

From Frilford, xlii. 423, 437 

From Salisbury, xxxvi 72 

Fiom Sherrington, Wiltshire, xv. 344, 

345 
Spear-heads, xi. 95 

From Caburn, xlvi. 481, 485 
From Marston, xlviii. 3-29, 330, 334 
From Newcastle Museum, 1. 533 
From Shields, South, xlvi. 169 
From Sleaford, 1. 390, 3!U, 392, 394. 
395, 3911, 397, 39S, 399, 400, 401, 
402. 403, 404, 405, 406 
From Weymouth, xlvi. -1 47 
Spur of gold, xxiii. S4 
Spurs, viii. Ill; x\. 511; xxxv. 3*1, 397 

Tinning, xv. 160 
Staves, Northern, xxxvii. 4S1 
Surcoat, xix. 209, 232 
Swcyne's feather, xxii. 101 
Sword, from Augsburg, xlv. 260 

From Battle abbey, xxii. 414 

From Battle Edge, xlv. 361 

From Beddingham, Sussex, xiv. 273 

From Bischofsheim, xlii. 346 

From Brandon, Northumberland, xlv. 

371 
From Brighthampton, Oxfordshire, 

xxxviii. 96 

From Caburn, xlvi. 444 
From Fairford, Gloucestershire, xxxiv. 

81,82 

From Flashy, Yorkshire, xlv. 253 
From Grimsthorpe, Yorkshire, xliii. 

483 

From Huckridge Hill, Cambridge- 
shire, xviii. 341 
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Arms, Armour continued 

Sword, from island of Eigg, 1. 535 

From near Norwich, xxvii. 435 
From near Nottingham, 1. 532 
From Santon, 1. 531, 532 
From Sherrington, Wiltshire, xv. 344, 

345 

From Shields, South, 1. 535 
From Stockholm museum, 1. 535 
From Swiss grave-mound, xlvii. 130 
From the Thames, xxxi. 477 
FromWallingford, Berkshire, xxx i. 494 
From Woymonth, xlvi. -147 
From the Withnm,xlv. 255; I. 531,535 
From the Vare, xxv. tilS 

Swords, ammunition, xi. !'! 

Of liuluii mid parchment, xvii. 3(K) 

British, xxxiii. 1>I 

( )f Cliarles tlie (! relit, names of, xxxii. 

321 

Of chess kind's, xxiv. 214 
Tho Coronation, called Cnrtana,xx. 207 
Presented to the bishop of Durham, 

xv. KiJ 
Of .lames IN", of Scotland, xxxiii. 335, 

340 

Lontf. xx. 5i.iS 
Saxon, xlv. 35S 
Scandinavian, 1. 530, 531, 535 
Scotch, xvi. 124 
Short, xx. 504 
Of Spain, xxi. 30 
Made of wafters, xvi. 123 
Wooden, xxi. 272 ; xxvi. 307 

Sword-handle, xlv. 251 ; xlviii. 107, 108, 
120; 1. 534 

Tabard, xix. 209, 238 

Tace, xi. 98 

Tack, xxii. 78 

Taget, xxi. 242 

Taper axe, xxxiv. 179 

Tarian, a shield, xxvii. 300 

Tassettcs, xix. 144 

Touch-box, xxii. 98 



Arms, Armour continued 
Towlett, xx. 500 
Tramping- stakes, xi. 100 
Trebuchet, xxi. 52 
Tresse, xvii. 292 
Tricker-lock, xxii. 92 
Tryppgette, xxi. 52 
Twybill, xxxiv. 182 
Vambrace, xi. 98; xvii. 292; xx. 502; xxL 

271 ; xxxvii. 486, 488 
Vamplate, xi. 99; xvii. 291 ; xx. 502 
Vane, broad, xx. 512 

Ventaillc, ventaylette, xxi. 271 ; xxv. 573, 574 
Verville, xxv. 573, 574 
V'isiones, xx. 512 
Visor, xxi. 271 
Wafters, xvi. 123 
Wambeys, xix. 135, 209, 210 
Weapons, use of, in England, temp. Eliz., 
xlvii. 210,212 

Sir John Smythe's pamphlet on the 

use of, xlvii. 211 
Of the Iron Age, xlvi. 439, 441 
Wheel-lock, xxii. 75; xxi. 492 
Welling stakes, xi. 101 
Witlles, xxi. 272 
Wyn brod, xx. 512 
Arms, royal, taken down (1050), xlv. 94 

Shields of, in coloured glass, xlvi. 145, 146, 154 
Armstrong, family of, xxii. 168 
Mr. iii. 30S ; xxv. 593 
Archibald, xxvi. 392 
Francis, xxiii. 35, 42 
Sir Thomas, xi. 97 
Army, the Commonwealth, disaffection of, xlvi. 

2128 

Memoir on putting it in order to resist in- 
vasion in 1587, xxxii. 373 
Payments for clothing of, temp. Hen. VIII. 

xlvii. 328 

Pay of officers in 1644, xiv. 125 
Standing, temp. Elizabeth, xlvii. 214 

Of Charles VII. of France, xviii. 190 
Armyll, iii. 382 



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35 









Arna, xxx. 181 

Arnal, Pedro, xviii. 207 

Araald, William, xxxvii. 276 

Arnaldo, of Brescia, execution of, xxxvii. 46 

Arnaud, Dr. punishment of, in 1550, xviii. 135 

Arndell, Edward, xxxv. 446 

Arnegvefield, Borstal, iii. 16 

Arndsee, church of, xlix. 303 

Arnhem, xxxv. 8 

Arnobins, iv. 260 

Arnold, Mr. xxv. 318 

The Bald, iii. 200 

John, xxiii. 332 

Morres, xxvi. 275 

Richard, Chronicle quoted, i. 361 (a),363(//). 

388 (c) 
Arnolde, Henry, xii. 394 

John, printer, xxv. 103 
Arnould, Marechal, xxxv. 457 
Arnprior, xi. 45 

Arnulph, archbishop of Cosenza, xv. 242 
Aromaticum, ix. 328 
Arpchen, Sir Thomas d', xx. 217, 219 
Arpelles, v. 276 
Arpenna, arpent, arpennis, a measure, i. 327 

(a), 329 (6), 352 (c) ; iii. 82, 83 
Arpeys, a kind of resin, xxx. 404 
Arpicordo, vii. 218 
Arquebus, see Arms 
Arques, battle of, in 1589, xxiv. 292, 294, 298 

Siege of, in 1053, xxvi. 352 

Matilda de, xxxi. 218, 230 

William of, THOMAS STAI>LETON on the suc- 
cession to his barony in Kent, xxxi. 216 
Arragon, king of, xix. 6 

Ferdinard, king of, treaty with (1515), 
xlvii. 305 

Isabella of, xxxiv. 19 

Arms of, granted to Gregory Brandon, the 

hangman, i. xviii. 
Arragonois, Francis 1', xl. 459 
Arran, Scotland, ancient ramparts in, xlvi. 461 

Isle of (Ptolemy), xlviii. 384 

Earl of, xxxiv. 191, 192, 196 



Arras, France, monastery of Saint Vedast at, xiii. 
262 

Siege of, v. 148 

Tapestry of, xxxvi. 438 ; 1. 480 

Yorkshire, barrow at, xliii. 311, 474, 496; 

xlv. 372 

Array, commission of, xxxv. 322, 350 
Arrel, earl of, his man-iage, xxii. 10 
Arreton Down, Isle of Wight, celt found on, 
v. 113 

Bronze weapons from, xxxvi. 326 
Arrington, Cambridgeshire, font at, x. 188 
Arrian, iii. 1(31, 162 
Arrows, see Arms 

Tenure by, iii. 2; xvi. .'!27; xvii. 311 
Arrow-head, a mark used by masons, 1. 2, ''> 
Arrow-headed characters on a vase, xxxi. 275 
Arrow, river, x. 3 r ,2 
Arsa, castellum of, xlix. 54 
Arsaces, or Arsakas, iii. 1(32, 164 
Arsacidae, limits of empire of, iii. 159 
Arsemetrick, meaning of name, xiii. 160 
Arsic, Kudo d', monument of, xix. 225 
Arstellawe, xxi. 270 
Art, vii. 282 

Gothic, specimens of, at Ravenna, xlvi. 
238 

Symbol of the radiated crown in, xlvii. 476, 
477 

Byzantine, Persian influence on, xlviii. 51 

The gryphon in, xlviii. 361^370 

Celtic, xlix. 21 

Roman, xlix. 370 

In 15th century, 1. 283. 284. 286 
AH, M', vii. 92 
Artabanus, ii. Ill, 164 
Artald, John, xvi. 49, 77 
Artapanns, iv. 293 

Artas, the Sidonian, a glass manufacturer, xlvi. 85 
Artas, Janico d', xxii. 388 
Artaxerxes, iii, 162; xxxi. 275 

Mnemon, iii. 162, 164 

Ochus, iv. 255 
Artemagoras, iv. 353 

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36 



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Arteraagus, iv. 338 
Artcmao, iv. 338 
Artcmidos, xxiii. 259 
Artemis, xxiii. 259 

On coins, xlix. 10 

Artcmisium, excavations at, 1. 58 65 
Artliingworth, Northamptonshire, xxv. 37 
Arthur, king, iii. 252; xxxii. 335 

Discovery of body of, ii. 38: xxv. 575; xxx. 

140 
Arthur, prince of Wales, badge of, xxxi. 3(59 

Chant rv to. at Worcester, xlix. 257 

Corpse of, cered, iii. 4Ol 

Kxccllcncc in archery of, vii. tj(! 

Genealogy of, xxix. 41" 

Ihscijtncs of, xlix. 2>*!' 

1'ortniits of. xxxix. 24*!, 457, 45!, 4!2 ; xlix. 
2S 4 J, :.'- ). 

Seul of, xx. 57!'; xxix. 4O8' 

Toinli of, at Worcester, xxxv. 32.S 

In window at (ircat Malvern, .xlix. 253 
Arthurian legend, pulilication of. 1. 31o 
Arthur's oven, v. 252; x. 5S; xl. 2S(j 

Round table at Caerleon, ii. S; v. (i7 

Hound table, entrenchment near Penrith,ii.50 

Stone, South Wales, xxiii. 420 
Acriiv, Ki.i.inr, on the Cirigorrys of thcMandingos, 

xiii. 227 

Artichokes, x. 427 

Articles, book of, i. Is (a) (l>), 20 (<), 22 (a) (/.), 
24 (c) 

For regulating household of Henry VI II., iii. 

154 

Artificers' wages, xi. 202, 208 
Artificers and tradesmen, list of, xxiii. 121 
Artillery, re Ordnance 

Karly use of, xxviii. 191 

Company, tee liowmcn 
Artillier du roy, vii. 46 
Artimagentes, iv. 355 
Artis, Kd ward Tyrrell, xxxii. 396 
Artists' names on Canino vase, xxiii. 258,259 
Artoadistes, iii. 164 
Artois, ii. 148 



Artois continued 

Catherine d', xxviii. 175 

Charles d', a prisoner at Poitiers, i. 213 (a), 

214 (6), 234 (c) 
Jenico d', xx. 92 
John d', a prisoner at Poitiers, i. 213 (a), 

214 (6), 234 (c) 
Robert d', xv. 92; xx. 93 
Arnconius Verecundus, lead merchant, vii. 

171 

Arun, river, xviii. 203 ; xlviii. 390 
Arundel, Sussex, ix. 99, 101 

Corporation lands at, xlvi. 411 

Wine made at, i. 332 (a), 334 (6), 357 

(<) 

Arundel castle, vi. 327 
Portrait at, xl. 1()8 
Arundel church, xxx vii. 137 

-Mural paintings in, xxxviii. 432 
Consecration cross in, xlviii. 458 
Arundel family, pedigree of, xl. 420 

Uadgcof, Irinp. Richard II., xxi. 89 
Arundel, barony of, ii. 335 
Arundel, earl of, Yorkist leader, xlvii. 272 
Arundel. earl of, sec Albini, William do; Fit/. 
Alan, Henry; Fit/Alan, John; FitzAlan. 
Thomas ; Fit/Alan, William ; Howard, 
Philip; Howard, Thomas 
Arundel and Surrey, earl of, see Montgomery, 

Roger 
Arundel, Alexander, xviii. 93, 99 

Anne, i. 381 (a), 383 (I), 409 (c) 
Arnndela, xl. 420 
Lady Blanche, xi. 415 
Charles, xxxiv. 142 
Degory, xviii. 99 
Elizabeth, xviii. 99 
Frances, xxxv. 342 
Jane, xviii. 99 

Joan, Johanna, xl. 420, 428, 443, 445 
Sir John, i. 352 (o), 354 (6), 379 (c), 381 
(a), 383 (6), 409 (c) ; iviii. 99; xx. 14, 
60, 102; xxviii. 20, 390; xxxiv. 155; 
xxxv. 341 ; xl. 421 ; xlv. 195 



ARU-ASH 



37 



Arundel continued 

John, xviii. 99 ; xxv. 381 ; xxviii. 20 ; xl. 
420, 430, 437 

John, bishop of Chichester, xlv. 193 

John, of Trerice, i. 381 (a), 383 (6), 409 (c) 

Katherine, xviii. 99 

Leonard, xviii. 99 

Mary, xviii. 93, 99 

Margery, xxxi. 483 

Sir Matthew, xxxii. 424 ; xxxiv. 142 

Nicholas, xviii. 99 ; xl. 420 

Sir Richard, xxii. 389 

Robert, xviii. 99 

Robert, of Trerice, i. 381 (a), 383 (b), 4U9 (c) 

Roger, xxiv. 130 ; xl. 420 

Sir Thomas, xviii. 90 ; xliii. 217 

Thomas, xviii. 90, 99; xxii. 22 

Thomas, archbishop of Canterbury, his 

letters to Henry IV. xxiii. 297 
Licence of, to erect bell tower atWymond- 

ham, xxvi. 291, 297 
Seal of, xxvi. 298, 299 
Arms of, in Maidstone church, x. 208 

William, xviii. 93, 99 

Of Cornwall, pedigree of, xviii. 99 
Arundel marbles, i. xxiii (a), xxiv (6) (c); iv. 

227 ; ix. 178, 182 ; xii. 332 ; xiv. 33 
Arnndell, Richard de, xxvi. 338 
Arval records, 1. 236 
Arviragus, vii. 140, 211 
Arvir, vii. 140 
Arwan, a river, x. 353 
Arwarton, x. 352 
Arx, Giscard de, prisoner at Poitiers, i. 214 (a), 

215 (6), 235 (c) 
Aryan (early Hindu) gods, xlviii. 319 

Symbol of the fylfot, xlviii. 293 

Origin of the fylfot pattern, xlvii. 159 

Of zodiacal sign of two bears, xlvii. 337 
Aryans (Western), older and simpler worship of, 

xlviii. 297 

Asamo, site of, xlviii. 99, 103 
Asaph, saint, bishop of, see Lowe, John 
Asberg, Germany, xliii. 253 
Asbestos, xxxiv. 69 



Asc, meaning of, x. 351 

Ascanius, v. 305 ; xvi. 105 

Ascension, the, in a wall painting, 1. 281, 283 

In an illuminated MS.,1. 283 
Ascensius, Jodocus Badius, xxxiv. 428 
Ascham, Anthony, xxxv. 341 
Aschendune, battle of, xxiii. 10 
Aschersleben, xlii. 100 
Asclepiodates, xv. 185 
Ascot, Bucks, xxxv. 381 
Ascot, viscount, xiii. 274 
Ascote, Tristram, xxxiv. 155 
Ascue, Anne, question as to her marriage, xviii. 

12!) 

Asendyk, near Crowland, iii. 99 
Ash, Kent, viii. 220; xxx. 55, 132; xii. H<J 

Wooden pail-shaped vessel found at, xxv. 2U 
Ash, the, a sacred tree, xxxi. 295 

Bows, made of, vii. 5:5 
Ash, Mr. xxxv. 322 

John, the dictionary of, contains many 

Cheshire words, xix. l(j 

Ashboum, Derbyshire, i. 338 (), 340 (/<;,3U3 (>) . 
x. 25; xii. (! 

Church, dedication inscription in, xxiii. 42!) 

Monumental brass in, xxiii. 4211 
Ashburnham Manuscript, wardrobe accounts, 

temp. Kdw. 1. xlviii. 2S1, 2S2 
Ashbury, Berkshire, xxxi. 295 

Wayland Smith's cave at, xxxii. 312, 314 
Ashbury church, candlesticks in, xv. 4u2; xxiii. 
319 

Lid of censer in, xv. 402 
Ashby, Suffolk, round tower at church, xxiii. 

13 

Ashby Canons, Northamptonshire, xliii. 202 
Ashby de la Launde, Lincolnshire, v. 211 
Ashby Puerorum, Lincolnshire, Roman grave at, 

SIR JOSEPH BANKS on, xii. 96 

Ashby Saint Legers, Northamptonshire, xxix. 87 
ASHBY, GEORGE, on a coin of Nerva, iii. 165 ; xxxii. 

135 

Ashbye, Thomas, xii. 360 
Ashden, John, xxiv. 320 
Ashdod, xxxii. 176, 180 



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ASH-ASP 



Ashdon, Essex, mounds at, xxiii. 17; xxv. 1 23; 

xxvi. 330; xxviii. 1 6; xxix. 1 4 
Ashdown park, viii. 442 
Ashe. Mr., xlv. 97 
Dr.. xix. 10 
K. M . xxxviii. 411 
Edward, swan mark of, xvi. 153 
Ashebnrnham, William, xi. 97 
Asheley, Thomas, xii. 3S7 
Ashen cups, iii. 1.14 
Ashcndcn. liiickinghainNhirc. x. 371 
Ashendcn. John. xxiv. 321 
Atihert, Martin, xxxiv. 2o4 
Ashes, benediction of, xxv. 2.V> 

In urns in barrows, xlix. 1*4, I.*-". 1'JU, 192 
Ashclon. Ilenrv, xxv. 434 

Thomas dc. xxxviii. 14t! 
AshcHfll, Mr. xxv. . r >o'4 
Aslifonl. I lerbysliirc, xii. 32H 

Lead mine at, v. .'{"I 
Aslifonl. Kent, Arabic numerals on steeple at, i. 

I.'. I (>t) (I,), 167 (r) 
Plague 1 at, vi. S4 

Destruction of images at. xlvii. 3OS 
Ashfordbv. Leicestershire, xiii. 214 
Ashill. Norfolk, mould for casting brooches found 

at. xiv. 272. 27.") 

Roman pits discovered at, xlvi. 450 
Ashlet coppice, i. 58 (a) (I), 64 (r) 
Ashley, Northamptonshire, sedilia at. x. 290 

(treat, a field, Kssex, xiv. (>.'! 
Ashley, Sir Anthony, charges against, made by Sir 

Celly Meyrick, xxii. 172, 178, 179, 189 
(icorge, xxxiii. 7H 
Sir John, xlvii. 273, 274 
Thomas, xxv. 421 

Thomasine, xxxiii. 78 . 

A-hlin. John, xliii. 200 
Ashmole, Klins. i. xxii (a), xxiii (6) (c) 
Asliinoiin. canal of, xxi. 398 
Ashovcr, Derbyshire, v. 375 ; xii. 43 

Font at, x. 188 

A-m-im . A in ii 11:. on choirs and chancels in the 
xonth of Europe, xxxrii. 122 



Ashpitel continued 

On excavations at Camae, xxxvii. 316 
Ashridge, Buckinghamshire, zxix. 175 
Ashton, manor of, xxxvii. 307 
Ashton, Rood, Wiltshire, xxxviii. 371 
Ashton, Steeple, Wiltshire, xxxviii. 371 
Ashton, Christopher, xxxii. 448 

Mary, xxxv. 449 
Ashwell, John, xx. 164 
Asia, cockfighting in, iii. 133 

Cupolas in, xvii. 56 
Asia Minor, masonic marks in, 1. 3 
Asianic tribes, xlix. 127 
Asion, or Asn, ii. 36 
Asine, ix. 163 
Askalon fortified by Richard I., i. 283 (a), 28f> 

(/,), 306 (r) 
Aske, George, xii. ;!.">9 

John, xlii. 40 1 

Robert, xvi. :i:i2 

Roger, arms of, xlvii. 187 
Askerton castle, xxii. 165 
Askewe, Austen, xii. 359 

Hugh, xii. .'{"i9 

Askill, Norfolk, collar from, xxxix. 506 
Askos found at Risinium, xlviii. 44, 45 
Askrigg, Yorkshire, xl. 239 
Aslyne, Edmund, xxxviii. 107 

Ellen, xxxviii. 107 
Asmund, vii. 155 
Asmundershawe, Adam de, iii. 409 

(iiraldus de, iii. 409 
Asn, sev Asion 
Asp, arrows made of, vii. 65 
Aspal, (!. de, xvi. 50, 78 
Aspatriu, objects found in a barrow at, x. Ill 

Gold bracelet from, xxii. 439 
Aspatorick, ii. 22 
Aspatrick, see Aspatria 
Aspergillnm, meaning of, xxvi. 376 
Aspersorium, meaning of, xxvi. 376 
Aspes, xi. 55 
Aspokles, xxiii. 259 
Aspritndo, ix. 234, 235, 237 




ASQ-AST 






Asquingoul, iii. 200 
Ass, xxxiv. 384, 385 

Feast of, xv. 232 

Playing on a lyre at Peterborough, ix. 148 
Assach, a Welsh form of purgation, xxxii. 283 
Assarts, dues to the crown, xi. 260 
Assaults, actions for, in manor court, 1. 101, .372, 

375 

Asseles, Alan de, xxxix. 441 
Assembly (general), in Bermuda, xlvii. 70 
Assemblies (popular), James II. on, xlvii! 78 

At Malmesbury, 1. 432 
Asser, the biographer, THOMAS WRIGHT on, xxix. 

192 

Assh, Alan de, xxxi. 96 
Asshe, Henry, xliii. 170 
Assheborne, Thomas, xxiv. 323 
Assherugge, Walter de, xxvi. 340, 343 
Asside, John of, tomb of, xxxv. 38, 39 
Assinton, Richard, xxxi. 211 
Assisi, church of St. Francis at, xv. 371 

Archbishop's throne at, xxvi. 472 
Assistants of Malmesbury, 1. 430, 431, 434 
Assizes, established in 1176, i. 45 (a) (b), 50 (c) 
Assoonet, river, North America, viii. 294 
Assos, see Coins 
Assus, xv. 319, 323 
Assumption of the Virgin, mural painting of, 

xlviii. 275 
Assyria, four great gods of, xlviii. 295 

Symbolism of the Cross in, xlviii. 243 

Solar emblems in, xlviii. 242 
Assyrian (early) glass, xlvi. 67, 68, 78, 85, 129, 
130 

Sculpture from Khorsabad, xxxii. 176 

Sculptures, xlvi. 437 
Assyrians, adoption of Aramaic calendar by, 

xlvii. 346 

Asta, Asti, Piedmont, ii. 93 
Astabus, xlix. 103 

Astarte, ii. 92, 98; iii. 184, 324, 333; v. 183 
Astbnry, Cheshire, xxxiii. 56 
Astcote, Robert de, xxxvii. 435 
Asterabad, see Astrabad 



Asti, cohort of, ii. 93 

Astiai, v. 276 

ASTLE, THOMAS, i. vi (a) (6) (c) ; iii. 239; iv. 

118 ; viii. 428, 439, 440 ; xii. 404 
On the burial of king Edward IV. i. 348 (a), 

350 (6), 375 (c) 
On an extract from will of Thomas, carl of 

Ormoncl, iii. 20 
On grant of kingdom of Sicily to Edmund 

Plantagcnet, iv. 195 
On radical letters of the Pelasgians, vii. 

348 

On charter of king Edgar, x. 220 
On customs of the manor of Great To}-, 

xii. 25 
On stone pillars, crosses and crucifixes, xiii. 

208 
On a pardon of Cecilia Itidgeway (1357), 

xiii. 314 

On inaccuracies as to the times of assemb- 
ling of parliaments, dates of treaties, 
etc., xiv. 1G2 

Astley, Sir Jacob, x. 270; xxv. 413 
Sir John, i. 350; xiii. 221 
John, i. 9 (a) (I,), 11 (r); x. 27U 
Katherine, xvi. 92 
Astley, Hants, xiv. 145 
Aston, Rutlandshire, xi. 206 

Herefordshire, representation of Agnus Dei 

at, xlvii. 170, 171 
Aston Boyes, Oxfordshire, xxxiii. 270 

Manor of, Oxfordshire, xxxiii. 270 
Aston and Coat, Oxfordshire, manorial customs 

at, xxxv. 472 

Land marks at, xxxvii. 383, 388 
Aston Hall, xxxiii. 63 

Aston Ingham, Herefordshire, sedilia at, x. 291 
Aston, liberty of, vii. 134 
Aston Moor, xxii. 168 
Aston, Sir Edward, xliii. 214 
Sir Robert, xxii. 270 
Sir Thomas, xxxiii 76, 77 
Thomas, xxxvii 200 
Sir Walter xl. 274 



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AST-ATK 



Astone, John dc, xxxvii. 296 

Astrabad, xxx. 248 ; xxxiv. 230 

Astrakan, ii. 230 

Astrolabe, xxix. 374; xxxiv. 260 

Astrology, xxxiii. 25 

Astrological inannscript, German, xlvii. 337 

Cult, xlviii. -21 

Astronochns, zodiacal sign of, xlvii. 338 
Astronomical calculations, xlvii. 407 
Astronomy, upon a cane, xvi. 92 

Medieval, xix. 329 

Knowledge of. l>y tlie Britons, xlviii. 23. r > 

Ptolemy's book on, xlviii. 379 
Asian, a tenant at (iadesby, xlvii. 103 
Astura. xlix. 3ti!> 
Asullis, Svinon de. xliii. '2'2~> 
AMIIM. xiv. 274 
Asylum. >< Sanctuary 
Atacini, so culled from Atax river, i. 109 (a) (I), 

1-2-2 (c) 
Atahtnta. drawing of, from Pompeii, xxxi. 471 

On ancient vase, xxiii. 169, 258 
Atallus. xiv. 241 

Alax. river, near Narbonne, i. 109 (a) (b), \'2'2 (<) 
Athallil. a!>l>ey of. Ireland, xxii. 309 
Athalt. .lolin, xl. 23S 
. \tlianasius, saint, v. 23 
Athe. Kohert. xvii. 202 
Athekot, Thomas, xx. 96 
Athelington, Suffolk, xxxix. G3 
Athelney, Isle of, Somci-sctshirc, Alfred concealed 
in, ii. 72 

Alfred's jewel found there, ii. 72, 79 

Monastery there, founded by Alfred, ii. 73, 74 
Athelstan, king, ii. 105; iv. 48; v. 407 ; viii. 21; 
xiv. 116, 190; xxviii. 444, 445 

His grant to Wilton abbey, xxii. 399 

Gives Ahemnndcrness to church at York, i. 
170 (a) (6), 190 (c) 

His grants to Malmesbury, 1. 427, 433, 437 
Athelstan, king of Kent, ir. 66 

Bishop of Elmham, bones of, discovered at 
Ely, ii. 365 



Athelwold, bishop of Winchester, x. 238 ; xlvi. 

397 

King of Northumbria, xxv. 288 
Athenagoras, iv. 259 
Athenaia, xxiii. 259 
At henry castle, Galway, xxix. 129 ; xxxviii. 165, 

170 

Town in 1612 ; xxvii. 129 
Athens, cockfighting at, iii. 132 

Egyptian colony at, i. 238 (a), 240 (6), 

260 (c) 

Ear rings from, xviii. 72 
Erectlieium and temple of Jupiter at, xxxv. 
2:\ 

Inscription from, ii. 216 

Temple of Minerva at, xvii. 68 ; xiv. 268 

The Parthenon at, xvii. 54 

Tower of Andronicus Cyrhestes at, xvii. 
63 

Walls of, xv. 323 

Walls of the Pyx at, xv. 322 
Athla. king, xix. 307 
Athletes, on ancient vase, xxiii. 237 
Athlone. castle and bridge of, xxvii. 131, 

132 

Athol, carls of, xi. 47; xxvii. 19 
Athoiiii, John de, xxxiv. 429 
Athos. Mount, paintings at, xliv. 177 

Hound tower at, ix. 275 
Athorpe, J. ('.. xlii. 171, 418 
Athulf, bishop of Hereford, x. 238, 239 
Atillianus. a potter, vi. 123, 124 
Atimetus, P. Attius, ix. 241 
Atkins, E. M., xliii. 304 

Martin, xlii. 174; xliii. 289 

Richard, xi. 268 
Atkinson, Alfred, 1. 361 

Mr., xv. 158 ; xxv. 568 ; xl. 395 

Miss, xxxi. 282 

J. C., xliii. 302, 337 

John, xxii. 171 

Richard, xii. 381, 386 
Atkyn, William, xli. 338 



ATK AUD 



41 



Atkyns, Sir Edward, letter to his brother, Sir 
Robert Atkyns (1666), xix. 105 

Henry, xliii. 214 

Sir Robert, iii. 54, 58 ; xiv. 145 ; xix. 105 
Atlantis, island of, viii. 192 
Atmospheric device, early Aryan, xlvii. 160 
Aton, Anastace, iil. 286 

Elizabeth, iii. 286 

Sir Gilbert, iii. 286 

Katherine, iii. 286 

William, iii. 286 
Atrebas, Comius, ii. 148 

Atrebates, Atrebatii, ii. 148 ; xii. 132; xv. ISl 
Atrebatia, ii. 148 
Atreus, treasury of, xvii. 73 
Atrium, use of the word, 1. 243 

Vestae, 1. 243 

Atrucinus, a potter, vi. 124 
Atsyll, Richard, xlv. 18 
Att, atte, atten, meaning of, i. 271 (a), 273 (I), 

294 (c) 

Attainder, law of, xlvii. 409 
Attacotti, the, xvi. 101, 110 
Atte Wose, William, vi. 197 
Attefenne, Walter, xxxvii. 286 
Attercob, a spider, xvii. 139 
Attewood, Peter, xxxviii. 43 
Atthedichende, William, xxxvii. 280 
Attic, the etymology of the word, xxiii. 412 
Atticus, v. 298 
Attilianus, v. 287; vi. 393 
Attleburgh, Norfolk, xix. 306 ; xxiii. 368 

String course at, xii. 170 
Attlinge, king, xix. 307 
Attrebates, the, see Atrebates 
Atusa, see Coins 
Atys, bronze figure of, found at Barnes, xxviii. 

38 i6 
Aube, see Alb 

Aubeney, William de, xliii. 71 
Aubeny, Joan de, xxxix. 441 

John de, iii. Ill 

Philip de, xxxix. 441 

Ralph de, iii. Ill ; xxxix. 441 



Aubeny, William, xxxix. 441 
Aubespine, Francois de 1', xxxix. 168 
Aubigny, Regnaut d', xxxv. 458 
Aubrey, Mr. vi. 32 ; xxxvii. 196 

Andrew, xxviii. 325 

Sir John, i. 177 (a) (t), 196 (c) ; iii. IS 

John, i. xxiii (a) (6), xxiv (c) ; iii. lf> 

MS. of, referred to, i. 141 (a) (I,), 150 (<) 

Sir Thomsis, iii. 1( 
Auchcr, Mr. xviii. 134 

Sir Anthony, xviii. 134, 151, 325 ; xlii. 05 

Henry, xxxix. 441 

John, xi. 147 

Sophia, xi. 147 
Auchincorthie, Kincardinoshire, xxii. 202 

Stone circles at, i. 313 (a), 315 (/-). 337 (<). 

316 (n), 318 (/,), 340 (c) 
Auchindavie, Scotland, iii. IIS 
Anchindoev, Scotland, xxii. 56 
Auchinlecli, lord, i. 232 (n). 23 I- (/-). 254 (c) 

(Lord) governor of the Bermudas, xlvii. Si 
Auchorthie, ace Auchincorthie 
Auchy, abbey of Saint Martin d', xxvi. 349, 356, 358 
Aucupes, xii. .'!! 
Audc'le. Sir Hugh d', xxvi. :>'27 
Audeley, Henry, xii. 4() 

Sir James, iii. 3ol ; xxvi. 345 

James de, xxxi. 159 ; xxxix. 441 

Joane, iii. 301 

Margaret, iii. 301 

Sir Nicholas, iii. 301 

Richard, xii. 382 

Robert, xii. 32 

William, xvi. 37, 57 ; xxxix. 44 
Audelin, vi. 172 

Audcnham, Arnold d', xxxv. 457 
Audley End, Essex, vi. 369 

A part pulled down, i. 147 (a) (b), 162 (c) 

Picture at, xlix. 291. 
Audley, Lord, see Tuchet, John 

Alice, vi. 52 

Edmund, bishop of Rochester, i. 350 (a), 
352 (6), 377 (c), 352 (a), 354 (6), 379 (<); 
ii. 193 

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42 



AUD-AUS 



Andley tontinvtd 

Sir Hugh de, xxvi. 337 

Hugh, lord, vi. 52 

Sir James, iii. 301 ; xxvi. 345 ; xxxi. 140 

James de, xxxix. 394 

Lewis, xl. 133 

Robert de, xxix. 411 
Audenardc. (iiles de, xxviii. 243 
Audorwio, iii. 2(>0 
Audinet, Philip, xxi. 31 ; xlix. 243 
Auditor, oflico of, xiii. 328 
Auenelmri, Osbem do, xxxix. 441 
Auirc. inscription for, in catacombs, xxviii. 161, 

Angennes, Jean de, xxii. 3! MI 

Auirhnaniire cnstle, (ialway, xxxviii. 171 

Atiyo. Tliomas de. xlv. \~>1 

Ani."-l>urLr. (icrniany, large cannon at, xxviii. 383 

Clocks, xxx iii. :io<> 

Hook printed at, xxxv. 177 

S \vnrd found at, xlv. 2<!0 
Auifsifur, \ iii. 2.'{s 
Auirtir, on ancient va.se, xxiii. 2U2 
August, representation of. x. 1S2 
Augusta, Crown inn at, xxxv. 204 
Augusta Maria, daughter of Charles I., portrait, 

xxvii. 4' > 

Augustales. Ludi. x. 12u 
Augustine. Mr., xxxiii. ;{.">3 

Augustine, saint, archbishop of Canterbury, i. 1 43 
(n) (/,). 1"'* (r): iv. :.t;, 416; v. 161 

Iturial of, x. 48 

Meditations of, xlviii. 1.12 

Oak of, xxxii. 248 

Order of, xlviii. 288 

On a seal, I. 124 

Rhymed verse of, xiv. 188 

Figure of, xlvii. 370, 378 
Angutito, island of, ix. 177 
Augustus, bust of, xlix. 410 

Unnoticed expedition into Britain of, xliv. 65 

Inscription on temple at Ancyra to, ix. 184 

Reduction of the Dalmatian by, xlix. 6 J 
Ankenges, Yorkshire, xlii. 401, 402 



Aula, Thomas de, xxxvii. 296 

William de, xxxvii. 295 
Anlescomb church, 1. 357 
Ault Hucknall church, Derbyshire, tympanum at, 

xlvii. 167 

Aultre n'auray, motto, xxxii. 70 
Aumarle, duke of, xx. 211, 218 
Aumeny, Simon de, xxxvii. 264 
Aumonshaw, v. 90 

Aun, a wine, i. 330 (a), 333 (6), 355 (c) 
Aunccll, Robert, xxxiv. 418 

William, xxxiv. 418 
Auncy, Emmcline d', xx. 194 

Sir .lohn d', xx. 194 
Aunull, John, x. 93 
Auray, Brittany, vi. 147; xxii. 191 
Aure, Gloucestershire, xviii. 430; xxv. 33 
Aurelia, family of, ii. '2ti 

Aurelius, Marcun, equestrian statue at Rome 
attributed to, i. 122 (a) (6), 135 (c) ; iii. 
174 

Inscription to, xlix. 78 

Crime of, xxx. 129; xlix. 10 

Titus, xxvii. 217 

Yerus, i. Id!) (a) (b), 121 (c) ; xxvii. 223 
Auringhes, iii. 200 

Ausancalio, inscription fixing site of, xlviii. 55 
Ausiem, Mr., xii. 282 
Ausonius, i. 78 (a) (b), 87 (c) 
Aust, Gloucestershire, ii. 1 ; vi. 7; xxix. 10 
Auste, John de, xxxvii. 273 

Thomas de, xxxvii. 274 

Walter de, xxxvii. 273 

Austen, J. H., xlii. 1G6 ; xliii. 289, 314, 337, 341, 
356 

John, xxxvi. 42 

Robert, x. 232 ; xxxi. 205 

Thomas, xii. 366 
Austertield chapel, Nottinghamshire, sculpture 

at, xlvii. 174 

Austeyne, Bartholomew, xxxv. 21 
Austin, Mr., xxxvii. 11 

John, xxxvii. 286 

William, xxxii. 142 






AUS-AWS 



Austin, saint, poems of, xiv. 188 
Austin Friars, their introduction into England, 
xxxix. 174 

Australia, the discovery of, in 1601, by the Portu- 
guese, xxxviii. 439 

The history of the discovery of, xliv. 233 
Common rights of food amongst natives of, 

1. 197 
Anstreberta, name of saint in MS. psalter, xlvi. 

241 
Austregisillus, name of saint in MS. psalter,xlvi. 

241 
Austria, xxxvii. 185 

Manufacture of transparent glass in, xlvi. 97 
Austria, Charles, archduke of, xxxi. 236 
Autariatae, tribe of, xlix. 40 
Authie, France, xxxiv. 236 
Autun, iv. 81 

Cathedral, the Judgment represented in the 

porch, xxxvi. 377 
AUVERGNK, PHILIP D', on an historical monument 

in Brittany, vi. 144 
Auvert, king, xiii. 57 
Auxance, castle of, xx. 236 
Auxerre, xi. 114 

Council of, x. 202 
Bishop of fools at, xv. 227 
Avalon castle, keep of, xliii. 85 

Saint Hugh de, bishop of Lincoln, sec Hugh, 

saint 

Avanches, v. 52; vi. 12; xxvii. 25 
Avanne, Peter, xxviii. 122 
Avanus, saint, bishop, xxxi. 516 
Avant-bras, or vambrace, see Arms 
Avaricum, rampart at, xlvi. 459 
Avebury, Wiltshire, xlii. 165 ; xliii. 289, 306, 307 . 

327 

Avelghem, xxvi. 267 
Avenbury, Herefordshire, incised sepulchral slab 

at, xxxi. 267 

Avenebir, Walter de, xxxi. 268 
Avenel, Ralph, xxx. 219 
Avenells, xii. 28 
Avener, the, vii. 123 ; xviii. 330 



Avener, Mr. xxii. 182 

Avenon, Sir Alexander, xxxvi. 98 

Aventicum, v. 52 ; vi. 12 

Helvetiorum, xviii. 220 

Aventine Hill, burial-shaft found on, xlvi. 448 
Aventurine glass, specimen of, xlvi. 156 
Averia, charge for stables, xxii. 5 
Averish, xiii. 379 

Averpenny, definition of, xlvii. 127, 129 
Avery, George, xxxv. 343 

Thomas, xii. 387 ; xxxv. 446 ; xl. 341 
Averyng, Henry de, held manor of Morton, Essex, 
on tenure of providing horse-shoes, etc., 
iii. 50 
Avesnes, xlv. 451 

Uido de, xlv. 457 
Averzac, Mons. d', xliii. '20 

Avigliano, North Italy, monument from, xlvi. 175 
Avignon, the lord cardinal of, xxvi. 324 
Mount of Piety at, xxix. 275 
Incised slab at, to Knimond, count of Beau- 
fort, xxxi. 486 
Avisford Hill, Roman sarcophagus found at, 

xxv. 18 

Avites, xiv. 207 
Avitus, emperor, xxxii. 65 
Avon, river, ii. 137 ; v. 238 ; xxxix. 90 
Avon, John, xii. 361 
Avone, manor of, Wilts, ii. 327 
Avourye, xx. 508 
Avranches, Michael, bishop of, xxvii. 25 

see Abrincis 

Avyngburgh, Ralph de, xxvi. 343 
Awbc, xxi. 276 
Awbume, a tree, probably the alder, of which 

bows were made, vii. 53 
Awdeley, Sir John, xxv. 479 

John, xxv. 103, 440 

Awdrey, saint, buried in a marble coffin, v. 228 
Awfyn, name of chess-bishop, xi. 400 
Awgrym, arithmetic, xiii. 160 
Awkborough, Lincolnshire, xii. 361 
Awkenbnry, Huntingdonshire, xv. 211 
Awsehole, Yorkshire, ii. 362 
G2 



44 



AWS-BAB 



Awftten, Mr., xxiii. 25 

Aws'en, William, xxiii. 32 

Ax, meaning of, x. 351 

Axadez, a name for chess, xi. 398 

Axe, tft Arms 

Axe, river (Ptolemy), xlviii. 390 

Axelodnnnm, i. 309 (a), 311 (b), 333 (c) 

Axholme, isle of, Lincolnshire, ii. 2S3 ; x. 351 

Hat tie in, ii. 27S 

elt found in. v. 117 

Charter house in, prior of, prisoner in Tower 

of London, xviii. 295 
Ax ley. x. :!.'.l 

Axiiiev, William, prisoner in the Tower, xviii. 
_>; Ci 

Axiini, princes of, xxxii. 1* 
Axiima, city of, vii. 327 
Ayalii, Aliliiniii. xxxviii. 44- 

IVdrndc, xxvii. IM'I; xliii. -2-2, .'>'. 
Avliv, Thomas, x. 77 
Aver, (Irei^orv. xliii. 21S 
Aylcbv, William, x. !.".. !'."> 
. \\lemere. AiTHtha. xxxvii. 21>> 
AII.I.X, .IniiN I-', on Manners rave, Vavaii, 

Friendly Islands, xxxv. 405 

Aylesliurv. Buckinghamshire, viii. 33<>; xxxv. 
313. 3H 

Manor of, 1. Si 

Monastery of (irey Friai's founded at, 1. b4 
Aylfsbury, Sir Thomas, xxxii. 1-1-2 

William, xxxv. 313 
Aylesford, Kent, viii. 220; xiii. 113 
Aylett, Robert, xxxiv. 222 
Ayleworthe, Richard, xii. 373 
Aylmer, John, bishop of London, xli. 304 

Sir Laurence, xxxv. 370 
AVI.OITK, SIK JosKi'ii, i. ix () (b) ( r ) ; x. 313 

On historical paintings at Cowdray, iii. 
239 

On body of Edward I., iii. 376 

On picture of interview between Henry 
VIII. and Francis I., iii. 185 

On a proclamation relating to portraits of 
qneen Klizabeth, ii. 169 



Ayloffe, William, xii. 28 
Aylonde, John, xii. 394 
Aylsham, Norfolk, xvi. 355 

Bridewell at, instruments for catching a 
thief found in, xxii. 418 

Capital at, xxxiii. 142 

Moulding at, xxxiii. 142 
Aylsham, Robert, ix. 153 
Ayne, John, xxix. 134 
Aynsworth, Mr., i. xxxvii (a), xxxviii (b), 

xxxix (c) 

Ayre, Mr., xxx. 1()7 
Ayremine, Sir William, xxxvi. 247 
Ayringden, Sowerby, Yorkshire, ii. 360 
Ayrshire, ix. 4!> 
Ayrton. A. S.. xlv. 321 
Aysch. Warren, xliii. 227 
Ayscimgh, Samuel, xiii. 169, 185, 192 

William, xvi. 3 
Ayshbury, Alice, xl. 445 
Ayahforde, Alicia, xl. 444 
Ayton, Sir Robert, xxxii. 143 
Ayton. king of Armenia, xv. 255 
A/evedo, Isabel de, xiii. 258 
A/.ineourt, Isambert de, xx. 235 
A/i/. Al. vii. 12 

Hillah, calif, vii. 4 
A/.i/.ns, a god, xlix. 119 

A/.urc, a colour used in Ely cathedral, ix. 153 
A/tecs, xxx. 339 
A/.oth Segol, in Phoenicia, xvi. 276, 277 



B. 

Ba, Edith de, xxxvii. 289 

Walter de, xxxvii. 277 
Baal, v. 10; xxv. 217, 220, 221 

Symbolised by the gryphon, xlviii. 362 
Baal-Hamon, a divinity, xxxviii. 213, 217, 220 
Banr, a plant, xxi. 132 
Baas, MUMS, de, xxxii. 28, 29 
Babel, building of, illumination of, xxiv. 340 
Babington, of Dethick, family of, sale of Rothley 
manor to, xlvii. 89 



BAB BAD 



45 






Babington continued. 

Sir John, iii. 302 

John, vi. 146 

Thomas, ix. 371 

William, xxxii. 441 ; xxxvi. 25 
Baboon, an ornament on plate, x. 247 
Babparte, the Crown inn at, xxxv. 203 
Babrig, Suffolk, xxix. 250 
Babylon, xxxii. 176, 177 

James Rennele on the topography of, xviii. 
243 

Brick from, xiv. 55 

Brick from, explanation of inscription on, xiv. 
205 

Fortifications of, xii. 151 

Belidian gate of, xviii. 251 

Gems from, xviii. 371 

Plan of site of, xviii. 243 

Sultans of, xxi. 383 
"Babylon, "Roman fortress so called, in Old Cairo, 

xlviii. 397 
Babylonian glass, xlvi. 67, 68, 78, 86, 120, 130 

Astronomical records, xlvii. 467 
Bacchanalian rites, decree against, ix. 185 
Bacchante, head of a, found, xxix. 153 

Bust of a, found at Nurseling, xxxi. 486 

On an ancient vase, xxxiii. 178 

Roman bas-relief, found at Bla/.ui, xlix. 16 
Bacchus, altar of, at Wilton, i. 155 (a) (/>), 173 
(<); ix. 160 

On an ancient vase, xxiii. 186 

On ancient vases, xxiii. 164, 165, 166, 240 

Ship of, on ancient vase, xxiii. 255 

Tripod of, on ancient vase, xxiii. 141 

From the temple of Apollo at Cumae, xxxi. 
471 

Bronze head of, xxxi. 444 

Representation of, xlviii. 356 

Head of, found in the Atrium Vestae at Rome, 

xlix. 410 
Baces, see Arms 
Bach, colonel, xxxiv. 352 
Bacharach, Germany, xxxv. 2 
Bache, Antonio, xxviii. 234, 314 



Bachel, baron of, BO called, xi. 47 

Bachelor, Hugh le, xxxvii. 292 

Bachelors, tax upon, xlvii. 79 

Bacinet, see Arms 

" Bacini," or dishes of enamelled earthenware, C. 

DRURY FORTXUM on, xlii. 379 386 
Backburn, Margaret, xlii. 272 
Backhouse, Sir William, xix. 107 
Bacon, Mr. xxiv. 140 

Lord, see Bacon, Francis 

Anthony, xxxiii. 214; xxxiv. 157; xxxvi. 97 
Francis, viscount St. Albans, xii. 266; xxvii. 
155; xxxiv. 171; xxxviii. 395; xii. 251 
On the vine in England, iii. 01* 
Torture ordered by, x. 144 
His speech on purveyance, viii. 352 
His errors relating to I'crkin Warbeck, 

xxvii. 163, 184 
Letters of, to Christian IV. of Denmark, 

xii. 219 

John, xx. lO.'i; xxix. 17ti 
Sir Nicholas, xviii. ltd; xxi. 5 IS; xxxvi. 1*7 

.JOHN PAVNK Cm.i.ir.i; on, xxxvi. 339 
Roger, iv. '2-; xxviii. 379 
William, xxviii. 321 
Bacons, manor of, xii. 26 
Bacska, Hungary, sword found at, xiv. 261 
Bacton, Norfolk, xxxv. 492 

Washing away of land at, xii. 431 
Bactrians, the, iii. 162 
Baculum More, bishop's crosier of Lismore, 

xi. 47 
Badbury, Dorsetshire, i. 60 (a) (i), 67 (<) ; viii. 

89, 92 ; xxviii. 451 
Bone comb found at, xlvi. 432 
Badby, Northamptonshire, xxxi. 488 ; xxxiv. 81 

Sedilia at, x. 234, 300 
Badby, a martyr, xx. 61 
William de, xx. 159 
Badcoke, John, xliii. 227, 228 
Baddam, John, xxxvii. 210 
Baddeby, Sir Thomas, xxxi. 146 
Thomas de, xxxi. 54, 72, 101 
Baddingham, Suffolk, font at, x. 192 



46 



BAD BAI 



Baden, glass beads at, xlv. 303 

Vaults at, zxxiv. 29 

Frederick of, xxix. 54 
Badenosshe, Scotland, xxi. 491 
Badenweiler, baths discovered at, ix. 204, 325 
Badcr, Roman antiquities at, xlix. 142, 143 
Badges, xvii. 220 ; xx. 105, 106 ; xxi. 89, 90, 350; 
xxv. 313; xxix. 37, 38, 41, 43, 47, 49, 
320, 332, 335, 343, 34(5 

Party, seventh century, 1. 293 

<>f Plantagenetn, 1. 503 
Badger, rcniains of, at Cuhnrn, xlvi. -130 
Badge worth church. Gloucestershire, consecration 

cross in, xlviii. -W- 

Badlesmerc, Sir Bartholomew, xxvi. 321, 322, 
325. 332. 334. 33i 

Bartholomew, xxv. 1 IT 

(iilcs, xiv. 1 Mi ; xxxii. 397 

(ionselm, xxxix. 441 

Margery, xxxii. 3!'7 

IVter. xxv. 1 t7 

Hiilph, xxxix. 441 
Bud<iw. (ireat, Kssex, scililia at. xi. 374 

Hall Common, Kssex, ix. 37M 
BaMsIev Clinton, Warwickshire, v. 213 
Bailwel! Ash. Suffolk, iv. <>9 
Bael, xvi. 2i! 
Baerse, Jacques cle, sculptor of Termonde, xlix. 

2'i' 1 

Baertx. Jacques <le, xxv. 572 
BaPdwiedcr, battle of, xx. 22!' 
Baetasioram cohors prima at Ellenborongh, 

Cumb., ii. 54 
Bag, found in a barrow, iii. 277 

Made of rushes, found in a barrow, xxxiv. 

109 

Bagebi, Yorkshire, v. 196 
Bageley, Thomas, xliii. 213 
Bageshaw, Thomas, xliii. 223, 224 
Bagford, John, i. xxv (a), xxvi (6) (c), 148 (a) 

(6), 164 (f) 
Bagge, ..... xxv. 441 
BaggH, Mr., an ironmonger in Holborn, xxxiii. 



Baggs, peat cut for fuel, xlvi. 388 
Baghurst, i. 57 (a) (A), 63 (c) 
Bagimont, cardinal, xvii. 231, 233 
Bagley, Robert, xliii. 216 
Bagnal, William, xl. 317 
Bagnoll, Samuel, xxii. 181 
Bagod, Robert, xxxii. 291 

William, xxxix. 441 
Bagot, Sir William, xx. 46, 278 ; xxi. 89 

William, lord, xxv. 315 

John, xxiv. 323 

Bagpiper, represented on armour, xxii. Ill 
Bagpipes, iii. 25(i 

Roman soldier playing on, xvii. 176 
Bagshaw, Nicholas, xliii. 211 
Bagshawe, W. J., xl. 22(5 
Bagshot, Surrey, antiquities discovered near, 

TAI.HOT BI.AYXKY HAXDASYD on, vii. 199 
Bahr-el-Abyadh, xxxii. 39 

Azrek, xxxii. 39 
Baiae, temj)le of Venus at, drawing of, xxxi. 

471 

lUniKNT, Fii.vxns JosKi'H, on Ibberton church, 
Dorsetshire, and the painted glaos remain- 
ing there, xlviii. 347 354 
Baiggingdene, Richard de, xxxix. 44] 
Baikal, sea of, tombs near, vii. 226 
Baikbie (Bagby), grant of lands at, xlvii. 246 
Baildon, Yorkshire, origin of name suggested, 
xxxi. 300 

Common, map of, xxxi. 306 
Bailey hill, Yorkshire, v. 91 ; x. 466 
BAILEY, AI.KHKD, on some historical aspects of the 
English law of attainder and forfeiture 
for high treason, xlvii. 409 428 

Charles, exhibits chasuble, xxxii. 423 

Daniel, i. 70 (o) (A), 78 (c) 

Thomas, xxiii. 75 
Bailieborough, co. Cavan, crannoge found near. 

xxjcix 483 490 
Bailif, Charles, xiii. 96 
Bailiff, wages of, xviii. 284, 285 

The Lord's, office of, xlvii. 97 

Of the manor of Rothley, xlvii. 89 



BAI-BAL 



47 



Bailiff continued 

Of the tribes, officers of assembly of Ber- 
muda, xlvii. 71 

Of Newport in Wentloog, xiviii. 447 
Bailiff's hook, field so called, xlvi. 420 

Wall, field so called, xlvi. 420 
Baillie, Matthew, xvi. 362 

Bailly, Charles, inscription of, in Tower of Lon- 
don, xiii. 95, 96 
Baily, Jhan, xxiii. 406 

Robert, x. 97 

Bainam, Algeria, cromlechs at, xxxviii. 253 
Bainbergs, see Arms 
Baineham, Sir Edmond, xii. 197 
Bainiard, the, of Domesday, xxvi. 232 
Baird, George, exhibits gold bracelet found near 

Aspatria, Cumberland, xxii. 439 
Bairout, xxi. 436 
Baittle, Scotland, x. 148 
Baitulia, the heathen, xxv. 190 
Bajazet, xx. 59 ; xxi. 291 
Bakechild, xlv. 157 
Bakehouse, image put in, xx. 75 
Bakehouse, William, i. 15 
Bakepuz, John de, xxxix. 441 

Ranulf de, xxxix. 441 

Baker, Mr., v. 230; vii. 326; 'xii. 228; xv. 127 ; 
xxx. 20. 

Benjamin, xx. 579 

Elizabeth, xxxvi. 226 

G., xxxi. 488 

Sir George, vii. 25, 45 ; xxxv. 342 

Henry, i. xxxv (a), xxxvi (c); v. 114; vii. 
436 ; xxxv. 431, 436 

Humphrey, xiii. 162 

Sir John, xii. 377 ; xxx. 465, 472 

John, xii. 380; xxv. 594; xxvi. 385, 391; 

xxxix. 188 

BAKER, JOHN LLOYD, on fortresses in south-west 
of Gloucestershire, xix. 161 

Matthew, xii. 218, 220, 223, 232, 256 ; xxxiii. 
197 

Odo, xxxvi. 404 

Sir Richard, iv. 61 ; xxxix. 234 






Baker continued 

Richard, xxxi. 477 ; xxxvii. 190 

Robert, xxvi. 394 

BAKER, ROBERT SMILEY, on Anglo-Saxon remains 
found at Desborough, Northants, xlv. 
466 

Thomas, i. xxiv (a), xxv (b) (c) ; xxv. 424 ; 
xxx. 7 

William, xvi. 31 
Bakers, at Canterbury, xxxi. 205 

Company, London, xxxi. 391 

Licensed by manor court of Aylesbury, 1. 9G 
Baketone, Thoma.s, xxiii. 2(5 
Bakewell, Derbyshire, v. 97 ; x. 31 

Font at, x. 188 

Lead mine at, v. 374 

Tile at, xliv. 1G9 
Bakon, Thomas, xxv. 440, -149 
Balance, ordeal by, xxxii. 285 
Balbec, temple of, xvii. 45, 4(5, 121 
Balbgrave, lands held in, xlvii. 107, 108 
Balboa, Vasco Nunez do, xl. 14 
Balcanqnall, Walter, autograph and arms of, 
xii. 122 

Letters of, xii. 12(5, 128, 129 

Baldewin, Thomas, inscription in Tower, xiii. 88 
Baldewyn, Sir John, xxvii. 3(54 
Baldock, Herts, round church at, vi. 172 

Seal found near, xvii. 339 
Baldok, Ralph, xliii. 108 

Robert de, xxvi. 319, 321, 330, 334 
Baldred, king of Kent, iv. 51 
Baldrey, Edward, xxvi. 392 
Baldwin, abbot, xxiii. 327 

Lord of Ardres, xxxi. 233 

Count of Ghisnes, xxxi. 236, 237 

A Gunpowder conspirator, xv. 139 

II. king of Jerusalem, xv. 240 
Baldwyn, Sir John, acquisition of Aylesbury by 
1.87 

Mr., x. 333 

William, xxxviii. 103 

Bale, Charles Sackville, xxxix. 458 ; xl. 72, 77 
Bale, John, xliii. 271 



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BAL 






Halo, Juhn, bishop of Ossory, xlii. 287 

Hale, William, xliii. 271 

Halcnrobe, Ireland, seal of convent of, xviii. 438 

Halfonr, Sir W. xxxviii. 490 

Halgorcar, Scotland, stone circle at, xxii. 201 

Hulinger, a ship, vi. 1!>9; xxi. 234 

Halio), lordship of, in France, ix. 56 

Lady do, xvi. 33, ?>l 

Alexander de. xx.xix. 441 

Devorgild, ix. "ill 

Kdwurd. v. 42O ; ix. 57 ; xxvi. 341 
Si-al of, xix. 24;! 

Kustnche df, xxxix. 441 

<MM''. vi. 1 1!' 

Ingrain (Ic, xxxix. 441 

'.'>. "ill ; x. l.V.l ; xxiv. 158; xxviii. 



\Villuiin ilr. \xxix. 441 
Kalixta, > Anns 
Italistarius. \ii. lii 
lialkc 111 Comssan, vn. (! 
Itall. ornamented, found in an urn on the Downs. 

XMX. '>^- 

(iold. from Ireland, xxviii. 4:57 
Itall. 1-Mward, xliii. 227 

Laurence, xii. 33t>, 343, 394 

Thomas, xii. .'ili.S 
Hallaam, .Mr., xix. 2h4 
Hallaeos, an Illyrian prince, xlviii. 42, 44, 4^ 

Coin of, xlix. 10 

Hallalenge. Ireland, ford of, xxvii. 131 
Itallard. (icorge, i. xxvi (a), xxvii (i) (c) ; ix. 1 ; 
xxv. 47."> 

Hicliurd. l)iirial of, i. 12 (a) (b), 14 (c) 

Thomas, xxxix. 2o 
Arms of, 1. 151, 152 

Vanne, xxvi. :542 
Hallas i-nhy, the, iii. 211 
Halle, Thomas, xxxvii. 283 
lialles-ranu'-cR, re Arms 
Hallinagheah castle, Galway, xxxviii. 170 
Hallinchester, Ireland, xiii. 217 
Hnllincolig castle, Ireland, xxxviii. 164 
Hnllinduff castle, Galway, xxxviii. 172 



Ballinefadd, Ireland, xxvii. 183 
I (allot . voting by, invented by Palamedes, ix. 20 
Hallow-all, St. Just, Cornwall, opening of barrow- 
called " Karn Gluze " at, xlix. 189, 190 
Halls, Mr., xix. 285 

Mary, xviii. 84, 90 

Hullycastle, Ii-eland, gold rod from, xvi. 353 
Hullycroane, Ireland, bay of, xxvii. 130 
Hallygruffan castle, Ireland, xxxviii. 169 
Hallyhendon, co. Cork, subterranean chamber at, 

xxiii. 79 

Hallyhooly, subterranean chambers at, xxiii. 83 
Hiillymoney, Ireland, xvii. 333 
Hallynahow castle, Ireland, xxxviii. 167 
Halh shannon, Ireland, gold collars found at, ii. 38 
Balmaclellan, Scotland, bronze mirror found at, 

xl. :.K( 

Halnian, John, xxv. 388 
Ualmanno, Mr., xxii. 3-i!) 
lialinc, box of. xliii. 203 
lialmerynach abbey, Fife, xvii. 317 
Halneum, in baths, v. 327 

At Abergavenny, v. 34 
Halnis. (iiilielnius, monument in convent of 

Annunziata, Florence, xviii. 194 
Halon. a sword of, xvii. 300 
Halc|iiliain. Aberdeen, stone circle at, xxii. 201 
Halsall. Temple, Warwickshire, xxxi. 185 

Inventory of goods at, xliii. 232 
Halsham, Hugh de, bishop of Ely, vii. 29 

Ivettii de, xxxviii. 54 
llalta/.ar, *ei- Magi, The 

The l'o])e'8 Orator (1517), xlvii. 305 
Haltie architecture, thirteenth century, xlix. 303 
Haltimore, Ireland, gold collar found near, ii. 38 
lialun, Walter de, xxxix. 441 
Balnstre, Anglo-Saxon, xxvi. 31 
Balvaird, rocking stone at, xii. 42 
Halvennie, ix. 59 
Baly, John, x. 92, 95, 96 
Halye, Mr. xxiii. 35 

William, xxv. 424 
Balyn, tee Arms 
Kalyff William, xxv. 531 



BAM-BAN 



49 



Bamberg, see of, xxx. 144 
Bamberg, Otto of, xxxvi. 91 
Bamborongh, Northumberland, shrine of St. Os- 
wald at, iv. 57 

Castle, xx. 46, 126, 161 
Well in, iv. 393 
Capture of, in 1462, xlvii. 269, 272 

In 1463, xlvii. 274 
Bamburgh, William do, xxxii. 292 
Bambyce, xviii. 265 
Bamff, Scotland, xxii. 424 
Bampton, Oxfordshire, xxxiii. 270 

Deanery, manor of, Oxfordshire, xxxiii. 

270 

Bamton, William de, xxxvii. 284 
Banastre, Sir Robert, xxxv. 2 
Banbery, Philip, xii. 394 
Banbury, Oxfordshire, xxxv. 315 

Battle of, xxix. 138 

Cheese, xxxix. 113 

Banbury, Earl of, see Knollys, William 
Bancfield, Thomas, xxiv. 140 
Bancroft, Edward Nathaniel, xv. 389 
Band, order of the, viii. 158, 167* 
Band on window shaft, Athenry castle, xxxviii. 

165 

Bandinel, David, xxxi. 396 
Bandinelli, Baccio, drawings by, i. 135 (a) (b), 

149 (c) 

Bandoliers, see Arms 
Bandurus, xiv. 240 
Banester, James, xxv. 390 
Banet castle, Scotland, xxi. 489 
Banewell, vill of, in possession of Bath cathe- 
dral (1174), 1. 354 
Banff castle, xxi. 490 

Banffshire, clay weights found in, xlvi. 468 
Ban-fires, xvii. 139 
Banggett, Symon, xxv. 416 
Bangles, viii. 256 
Bangor, Wales, xii. 90 

Liturgy of, xxiv. 16 

Sedilia at, x. 287 

Banger, Ireland, i. 97 (a) (I), 108 (c) 



Banham, Walter de, seal of, xv. 400 
Banishment of persons under sentence of death 
for the rebellion of James, duke of Mon- 
mouth, xxxiv. 350 
Banier, Anthony, iii. 109 
Banister, Mr., xix. 263 
Banistre, Lawrence, iii. 18 

Margaret, iii. 18 
Banja, Roman baths discovered at, xlix. 49 54, 

90, 110 

Banjaluka, ancient name of, xlviii. 65 
Bank, for money, ix. 40 
Banker of Arras, a bencli cover, xxi. 257 
I5ankerout, a game at cards, viii. 149 
Bankers of the pope, xxviii. '_'l^ 
Bankes, John, xliii. 223, 24 

William John, exhibits seals of Edward, son 
of Edward IV., and Arthur, son of 
Henry VII., xx. 578, 57!> 
Bankewell, Roger do, xxxi. !f, 
Banks, Mr., iii. 276, 308 
Joseph, viii. 171!* 
Robert, xxxvi. 39 
BAXKS, SIR JOSKI-H, xii. 43; xiv. 273, 275, 279; 

xix. 409; xxxiv. 109; xliv. 2:!5, 21-3 
On the Carn Braich, Carnarvon, iii. 300, 

308 

On discoveries near Rothley Temple, Lei- 
cester, ix. 370 
On the accounts for building Louth .steeple, 

x. 70 

On a Roman sepulchre found in Lincoln- 
shire, xii. 96 

On a breviate touching the order and 
government of a nobleman's house, xiii. 
315 

On a list of offices and fees in 1606, xv. 72 
On the ordinances respecting swans on the 
river Witham, and roll of swan marks, 
xvi. 153 

On a Roman vault found near York, xvi. 340 
On a celt found near Boston, xix. 102 
Bann, river, xii. 398, 405 
Bannage, xliv. 297 



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Banner, xii. 350 ; xviii. 360 ; xxii. 397 ; xxxiv. 55 

On Bayenx tapestry, xviii. 360 

Held by saint, in diptych, xlix. 253 

Of St. George, xlix. 288, 289 
Banneret, title of, xxxi. 157 
Banners, hills of the, barrows near St. Albans, 

xxxiii. 264 
Bannerolls, xii. 350 
Banner staves, xii. 352 
Banning, Paul viscount, xiii. 270 
Bannockburn, battle of, xiv. 152 ; xxxi. 244, 245 
Banovallnm, xii. 07 
Bani|uer, x. 249 
Bam|iier, John, xvi. 48, 75 
Banqueting house, xxiii. 4(5 
I!ain|uo, thane of Loclmber, iv. 183 ; viii. 325 
Bansted, Surrey, ix. 1*7, 108 
Itiinwell, Somersetshire, bniss at, xxxi. 485 
Bunyurd, Mr., xxv. -1-14 

Mrs., xxv. 42'.) 

John, xxv. 454 

Banyi-rd, Richard, xxv. 41f>, 449, 4(17 
Bapchild, Kent, bell-tower piscina in, xi. 352, 
353, 357 

Roman antiquities found at, xxix. 217, 220 
Bapthorp, Ralph of, xx. 522 
Bapthorpe, Sir Robert, xxii. 393 
Baptism, compulsory, of .lews, i. 77 (a) (//), 

80 (r) 

Infant, establishment of custom of, x. 207, 
208 
Constitutions relating to, xi. lltj, 128 

Amongst the Anglo-Saxons, xi. 123 

Administered by midwives, xi. 125 

In monasteries forbidden, xi. 138 

During birth, xi. 125 

Not commonly administered in cathedrals, 
xi. 139 

Times for, xi. 124 

Vessels for, xi. 126 

On a font, xii. 206, 209 

Ceremony of, xlviii. 243, 244 
Baptismal water, superstition respecting, xlvi. 225 
Baptistries, x. 201, 205, 210; xix. 181 ; xl. 170 



Baptistries continued 

Burial in, forbidden, xi. 114 
At Laton, x. 195 
At Pisa, x. 109 ; xx. 543 
Of Paris, x. 105 
Of Constantine, x. 199 
At Florence, xi. 116 
At Canterbury, xi. 107 
Early Christian, form of, xlix. 52 
Baraba, the, Siberia, ii. 223 
Barantin, William de, xxxix. 441 
Harazda, a Khalmnck, ii. 233 
Barbar, Walter, xxxv. 424 
Barbara, saint, xxii. 112; xlvii. 373 
Barbarelli, Giorgiono, drawings by, i. 131 (a) (b), 

145 (r) 

Barbarigo, G. and A. Foscarini, xii. 175 
Barbazan, Mons., xx. 238 
Barber, Kdrnond, xxvi. 235 
Henry, xliii. 214 
John, xxv. 594; xxxii. 445 
Joseph, xl. 297 
Oliver, xliii. 224 
Robert, xxxi. 159 
Thomas, xii. 43 
Barberini, prince, xii. 190 
Barburini vase, JOHN GLKN KING on, viii. 307 
Found on Monte del Grano, Rome, viii. 316 
Found in tomb of Alexander Severns, viii. 

308 

Leda and the swan represented on, viii. 308 
CHARLES MARSU on, viii. 316 
Said to be the urn of empress Mamaea, viii. 

308 

Drawing of fragments of, xxxi. 500 
Barber-surgeons, Henry VIII. giving charter to, 

picture of, iii. 190 
Charities of, xxxi. 389 
Barbers, wills of (1392), 1. 183 
Barbican, described, vi. 308 
Barbicanage, a tax, xii. 146 
Barbitos, the, xxxi. 261 
Barbor, Edward, xii. 395 
William, xii. 372 



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51 



Barbor, Robert, xi. 431, 433 
Barbonr, John, xxviii. 379 

Richard, xviii. 109 

William, xviii. 109 
Barbs for beasts, see Arms 
Barbur, Jordan le, xxxvii. 284 
Barbury castle, Wilts, viii. 92 
Barby, Northamptonshire, xxxv. 319 
Barchocab, xli. 137 
Barclay, Anthony, xi. 46 

Mr., xxxvii. 127 

Robert, xix. 119 

Bare leg, barony of, Scotland, x. 148 
Barcroft, Mr., xlv. 85 
Bard (?), mint at, xxvi. 6 
Bard, Hugo, xxvii. 112 

Peter, vi. 197 

Bardado, Francisco, xxviii. 109 
Bardas, x. 364 

Bardi, the, Italian merchants, x. 242 ; xxvi. 321 ; 
xxvii. 291 ; xxviii. 221, 243, 249, 253, 258 
Bardic circle, xxxv. 234, 248 
Bardike, Bradfield, v. 94 

Bardney abbey, Lincolnshire, Gilbert de Grant, 
earl of Lincoln, buried there, i. 31 (a) (b), 
34 (c) 

Henry, afterwards Henry III., hid in a cow- 
house there, viii. 206 

Shrine of saint Oswald at, iv. 57 

Prior of, xvi. 153 

Case of the abbot and convent of, xxv. 

344 

Bardo, Tunis, xv. 150 
Bardolph family, xxxix. 377 

Dodo, iii. 293 

Sir Hugh, wooden effigy of, xlvi. 280 

John, xxxii. 396 

Lord, arms of, x. 293 

Thomas, iii. 293 
Bardolf, William, xxxiv. 423 
Bardolfe, Thomas de, i. 4 
Bards, xviii. 37 
Bardorum Societas, x. 242 

De Florencia, xxvii. 291 



Bardulf, Thomas, xxxix. 441 

William, xxxix. 441 
Bardwell Ash, Suffolk, human bones filled with 

lead, found at, iv. 69 
Baredown, Dartmoor, xxii. 433 
Barentyn, Drew de, xx. 178 ; xxxix. 221 
Baret, John, xlii. 272 

John, will of (1463), 1. 189 

Simon, xli. 5 
Barfleur, xx. 101 

Barford, ix. 282, 284, 290 ; xi. 430 
Barford, St. Martin's, Wilts, register of, viii. 7h 
Barforth, Robert, xviii. 404 

Barfreston church, Kent, iv. 397 ; xli. 410 ; xlii. 
29G 

Arch in, x. 1G9 

Consecration crosses in, xlviii. 463 

Plan of, xix. 364 

Church doors, xix. 366 

Twelfth-century painting in, xlvii. 164 
Bar Furlong, Marston St. Laurence, Nbrthants, 
xxxiii. 329 

A field name, xlviii. 327 
Bargar, John, xi. 245 
Bargerode, i. 64 (a) (b), 71 (c) 
Barham, Sussex, xlv. 148, 149 
Barham, Huntingdonshire, xxx. 55 ; xli. 41(1 
Barholme, Lincolnshire, xlii. 306 
Bari, Italy, xxxiv. 18; 1. 409413, 417, 419 
Bark, Kent, xiv. 39 

Bark, MS. supposed to be written on, xxvi. 59 
Barkal Mount, xxxiv. 375 

BARKKR, THOMAS, on rate of wages at Oakham, 
in 1610, xi. 200 

Abel, xi. 205 

.Alexander, x. 31 

Amye, xxv. 452 

Anthony, canon of Windsor, xlii. 83 85 

Captain, xxxiv. 297 

Christopher, xxv. 102,' 104, 106, 112 ; xxxii. 
410 ; xxxvi. 21 ; xxxix. 27 

George, xxxv. 342 

John, xi. 207; xv. 177 

Robert, xliii. 218 

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Harker continued 

Thomas, a witness to Penn's charter, xlvii. 
86 

William, xxi. '239; xxxiii. 100 
Murkeston, Lincolnshire, xlii. 305 
Marking, Essex, cnrfew rung at, xix. 256 

Abbess of, xxvii. 94 

Alnn do, xi. '2(53 

Plague at, xxxvii. 19 

Tithes paid to vicar of, temp. Henry VIII., 
xlvii. 312 

Tradition that the heart of Riclmrd I. was 

buried there, xxix. 215 
Marking Town, Kent, xiv. 39 
Markisland, Yorkshire, ii. 355, 350 
Mark lev, * Berkeley 
Marland, William, xii. 3t!l 
Marietta, a town in Italy, 1. lit) 
Maryborough, Derbyshire, x.3H; xxxii. 75 
Marley, Hertfordshire, i. tin (n ) (h), <'>7 (c) 
Miii-ley, French names for, xx. 1(!1 

From lake dwellings, xxx\iii. Ibli 

1'ricc of, xviii. 284 

Yield of, t,'i,i]>. Richard II. xviii. 2*1 
Marley, Kobert. xxxii. 71 
Marlimack, Mr., xlv. S5 
Marlings, Mr., his pardon, xxv. 391 
Mai-low. Derbyshire, ii. 270 
Marlow. Mr., iv. 23; v. 12s ; vii. 06 

Captain, xxxiv. 3-14 

Kdwai-d, xxxiii. !*1, US 

John, xxiii. 50, 53 

Robert, xxxiv. 136 

Hoger, xxiii. 77 

Rudisind, xiii. '207 

Thomas, xxiii. 50, 53 

William, xl. 354 

William, bishop of St. David's, xxiii. 53, 58 
Marmecides, vii. 5 
Manning. Kent, viii. '220 
Mam at Angers, xxxiv. 279 

Dutch, x. 438 

Repair of, presentment of owners for, 1. 372 
Mamabe, John, xxiv. 312 



Barnaby, Mr., xxxvii. 196 

Barnabye, Mr., xii. 387 

Barnack, Northamptonshire, x,. 291 ; xi. 385 

Account of Roman burying-place at, i. 61 
(a) (6), 68 (c) 

Church, xxvi. 29, 34 

Tympanum at, xlvii. 175 
Barnack, Sir John, iii. 298 

William, iii. 298 
Barnacle, xiii. 368, 386 
Barnakin, what, x. 102 
Barnam, viii. 350 

Henry de, xxxix. 141 
Barnard Castle, Durham, viii. 189; ix. 56, 285 

Font at, x. 191 

H.VKNAitii, Joiix, jun., on Roman station at Har- 
low, xix. 109 

Alice, xxxvi. 219 

Colonel, xxxvii. 213 

Kdwnrd, xxxv. 150 

J. Langton, xliv. 95 

John, xviii. 181; xxxv. 450 

Mrs., xiv. 71 

Richard, xl. 128 

Sir John, xx. 502 
Barne bishop, see Boy bishop 
Barne, Sir George, xviii. 316 ; xxxiii. 232 
Marneby, Thomas, xxxvii. 192 
Marnetild, Richard, xxxv. 131 
Barnes, Surrey, xlii. 305 

Bronze figure of Atys found at, xxviii. 46 
BAKXKS, HKXKV, on seal found at Winchester, 
xxiv. 359 

Mr., ix. 100; xii. 272 ; xxi. 137 

Nicholas, viii. 77 

Randal, xliii. 216 

Robert, xiii. 94 

Stephen, xxxvi. 77 
Barnesley, Nicholas, xl. 317, 320 
Barnet, Middlesex, battle of, xxi. 14 

Common, spur found on, viii. 114 

Garden at, xii. 189 
BARSETT, JOHN, on Tetbury priory, xxxi. 513 

John, bishop of Ely, xlv. 196 






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53 




Barnewell, Sir Patrick, xxvii. 131 
Barnffyeld, Thomas, xxxv. 424 
Barnfield, Samuel, xxxv. 449 

William, xxxv. 445 
Barnham, Benedict, i. xx (a), xxi (6) (c) 

Sir Francis, xxxii. 143 
Barnote, William, xxxiv. 59 
Barnsby, land held in, xlvii. 105, 106 
Barnum, Westphalia, xiii. 2 

Barnwell church, Cambridge, plan, xix. 365, 368 
Barnwell fair, charter for, x. 396 

Prohibited, xxxvii. 7 
Barnwell field, near Cambridge, chapel in, xvi. 

323 
Barnwell priory, x. 386, 396, 398 

Inventory of, xliii. 224 
Barnwell, Charles Frederick, xxvii. 113 

Frederick Henry Turner, xxix. 389 
Barnwood, Gloucestershire, font at, x. 187 
Barnysdale, William, xxv. 534 
Baroccio, Federigo, drawings by, i. 134 (a) (?;), 

148 (f) 

Baroda, inscription from, xxxii. 442 
Baromagus, xxix. 253 
Baromesnil, xlv. 451 

BARON, REV. Joiix, on a hoard of gold nobles 
found at Bremeridge farm, Westbury, 
Wilts, xlvii. 137 

William, xl. 92 
Barones majores, ii. 324, 351 

Minores, ii. 324, 351 
Barons, a list of, in 1606, xv. 73 

A list of those who signed letter to pope 

Boniface VIII., xxi. 229 
Baronetcies, sale of, xii. 272 
Baronial services, ii. 331 
Baronies, ii. 323336 
Barow, Mr., vii. 252 
Barowe, Richard, xxxvi. 45 
Barr, Henry, earl of, xv. 347, 348, 349 ; xxxv. 456 

Joan de, countess of Warren, xxvi. 341 
Barras, Sire de, xxxix. 441 
Barrasford, Northumberland, xlv. 373 
Barrator, a wrangler, xxiii. 329 



Barray, isle of, stone worshipped in, xiii. 211 

Barrell, James, xxxvii. 204 

Barrels, represented on capital in Bordeaux 

cathedral, xxxv. 362 
Barres, Barrois des, xx. 15 
Barret, Sir Edward, xiii. 376 

Robert, xvi. 153 
Barrett, Anne, xiii. 274 

Charles, xxi. 475 

Family of, xxvii. 125, 127 

Thomas, ix. 191, 209 

William, xxv. 516 
Ban-;, Robert de, xxxix. 441 
Barriere, Mons., xxxii. 27 
Barrif, Serjeant-Major, xxxv. :!:;! 
Barrington, Dr., i. 291 (), 2<3 (i),314(/-); iii.2so 

George, xi. 266 

William Wildman, viscount, xi. 266 
BARRIXGTOX, UAIXKS, in. 5:5, 54, 3u9, :i77; vii. 414; 
viii. 450; ix. 369 

On Welsh castles, i. 27s (), 2M) (/.), 3(>1 (>) 

On Caesar's invasion of Britain, ii. !:!! 

On Caesar's passage of the Thames, ii. 141 

On the Cornish language, iii. 278; v. 8l 

On musical instruments, iii. 3(J 

On Roman altars at Corbridgc, iii. 324 

On Samuel Pegge's observations on the vine 
in England, iii. 67 

On the word Lavant, iv. 27 

On the Apamean medal, iv. 315 

On patriarchal customs, v. 119 

On tomb of St. Justin, or Justinan, v. 1 J-.'i 

On clocks, v. 416 

On vitrified walls in Scotland, vi. 100 

On archery, vii. 46 

On gardening, vii. 113 

On pits in Berkshire, vii. 236 

On the antiquity of card-playing, viii. 134 

On a picture by Zucca.ro, viii. 133 

On the Grey Weathers in Berkshire and the 
crypt of Canterbury cathedral, viii. 442 

On the arms of the Inner and Middle Temple, 
ix. 127 

On chess, ix. 16 



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Kan-it, Thomas, xii. 455 
Barrok, saint, vi. 32 

Harrow, Lincolnshire, episcopal visitation to, 
xlviii. 257 

North, church of, granted to Wells, 1. 327, 
328, 359 

South, grants at, to Wells, 1. 359 
Barrow-hcdifi's. Surrey, ix. 104 
Harrow cliffs, near Scarborough, Yorks, xxx. 461 
Harrow Hill, Lancashire, vii. 414 

Norfolk, xxiii. 3(51 
Harrow, Ktlielred. xii. 1(5 

Isaac, xxxv. 7"> 

Mr., xx. :>:.3 

Sir John, xliii. 19 
Thomas, x. !'l 
Barrows : 

Altar-tumuli, xxxvii. 29 

Animal remains in, xliii. 53(5 

As boundary murks of parishes, xvi. 355 

Assemblies held at, xxxiii. 2(54 

Bell-shaped, xliii. 2!1, 2!2 

Bowl-shaped, xxxiv. 91, 97; xliii. 290 

ChamberiMl. xlii. 199, 212 

Classification of, xix. 49; xlii. 1GS 

Coins found iti, in India, xxi. 5 

Derivation of word suggested, ii. 230 

Disc-shaped, xliii. 293 

Homer quoted regarding, ii. 240 

Howe. Yorkshire name for barrow, xliii. 302 

Long', xxxviii. 405; xlii. 172 

Low. Derbyshire name for barrow, xliii. 302 

Majaki. name for in Russia and Siberia, ii. 

262 

Not found north of latitude 58, ii. 236 
Odalisques, name for in Russia and Siberia. 

ii. 2i2 

Fansanias quoted regarding, ii. 240 

Poles erected on, xxxvii. 30 

Raised over the body of Patroclus, ii. 270 

Stone, where found, xix. 45 

Thorns planted on, xlii. 418 

Treasure-seeking in, xlii. 202 

Triple, xliii. 299 



Barrows continued 
Tumuli, xxxv. 252 
Twin, xliii. 298 
Barrows at : 

Aargau, Switzerland, xlvii. 131 
Abbots-Low, Derbyshire, xii. 3 
Abington Park, Northants, xxxv. 393 
Ablington, Gloucestershire, xiii. 201, 203, 

219 

Acklam, Yorkshire, xliii. 312, 323 
Afllington, isle of Purbeck, xliii. 348 
Afghanistan, xlix. 191 
Alfriston, Sussex, xlvi. 463 
All Cannings, Wilts, xliii. 307 
Alton Priors, Wiltshire, xliii. 289 
Amesbury, Wiltshire, xliii. 289 
Ampleforth, Yorkshire, xvi. 364 
An-barrow, Wilts, viii. 107 
Arbour Low, Derbyshire, vii. 131, 141 
Arraelingen, xxxvi. 350 
Arne Hill, Wiltshire, xlii. 173, 180 
Amis, Yorkshire, xliii. 311, 474, 496; xlv. 

372 

Ascot, Buckinghamshire, xxxv. 382 
Ashbnry, Berkshire, xlii. 201, 203 
Aspatria, Cumberland, x. Ill 
Astall, Oxfordshire, xxxvii. 432 
Astc-rabad, xxx. 248, 249, 250 
Anrillac, France, xlv. 259 
Avebury, Wiltshire, xlii. 165 ; xliii. 289, 306, 

327 
Avening, Gloucestershire, xvi. 362; xlii. 201, 

203, 216 

Axevalla, Sweden, xlii. 212 
Bradbury, Dorsetshire, xliii. 289, 378 
Baildon, Yorkshire, xxxi. 300 306; xliii. 302 
Bailey Hill, Grave Creek, North America, x. 

466 

Ballard Down, Dorsetshire, xliii. 318 
Ballowall, St. Just, Cornwall, xlix. 189 
Barrow Hill, Lancashire, vii. 414 
Barrow Hill, Northants, xxxv. 395 
Bartlow Hills, Essex, xxv. 1, 3 ; xxvi. 300 

xxviii. 1 ; .\ x i \ . 1 ; xliii. 257 






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Barrows continued 

Barton Furlong, Northants, xli. 481 
Barton Parva, Suffolk, xxv. 611 
Bathampton, Somerset, xlii. 174 
Battle Hill Causeway, Wilts, viii. 91 
Beacon Hill, Cumberland, x. 112 
Beckhampton, Wiltshire, xxxii. 457 ; xlii. 

165; xliii. 289, 293, 307, 335, 342 
Berling, Sussex, xvii. 338 
Bincombe, Dorsetshire, xliii. 289, 341 
Bircham, Norfolk, xliii. 303 
Birkenfeld, Germany, xxxvii. 30 
Birza, Orkney, xxxiv. 95 
Bisley, Gloucestershire, xlii. 201, 203 
Bishop Burton, Yorkshire, xliii. 348 
Bishopsbonrne, Kent, xli. 415 
Bishops Cannings, Wiltshire, xlii. 180; xliii. 

289 

Bishopston, Wiltshire, xliii. 353 
Bishopton, Durham, x. 63 
Black Knowe, Orkney, xxxiv. 91 ; xliii. 303 
Blackwater, Hampshire, xxxvi. 185 
Blackwell, Durham, ix. 288 
Blandford, Dorsetshire, xxxiv. 172 ; xliii. 289 
Bloxworth, Dorsetshire, xliii. 289; xlviii. 118 
Bokerley Ditch, Wilts, xlii. 176 
Boreham, Wiltshire, xlii. 180 
Boscregan, Cornwall, xlix. 183 
Bourne Park, Kent, xxx. 57 
Boyton Down, Wiltshire, xv. 338, 340, 342 
Bradfield, Yorkshire, x. 466 
Braich-y- Dinas, Carnarvonshire, iii. 306 
Brandon, Warwickshire, xliii. 360 
Brassington, Derbyshire, x. 29 
Bratton, Wiltshire, xlii. 180, 192 ; xliii. 289 
Breach Downs, Kent, xxx. 47, 48, 49 ; xlviii. 

338 

Brimham, Yorkshire, viii. 214 
Brinklow, Warwickshire, xxxv. 393 
Brixton Deverell, Wilts, xlii. 173 
Brogar, Orkney, xxxiv. 110 
Bromfield, Salop, xlii. 204 
Brough Hill, Northants, xxxv. 395 
Broughton, Hampshire, xliii. 340 



Barrows continued 

Buckby Folly, Northants, xxxv. 393 
Bulford, Wiltshire, xliii. 289, 350, 366 
Bush-Barrow, Wiltshire, xliii. 301, 312 
Buxton Common, Norfolk, xiii. 404; xxiii. 372 
Caburn, Sussex, xliv. 425 
Cairngall, Aberdeenshire, xliv. 15 
Calton, Derbyshire, x. 30 
Came, Dorsetshire, xliii. 289 
Camerton, Somersetshire, xliii. 289 
Canute's barrow, Hants, viii. 107 
Carn Braich-y-Dinas, Carnarvonshire, iii. 306 
Castle Howard, Yorkshire, xliii. 368 
Cawthorn, Yorkshire, xliii. 314, 318, 319 
Chapel Kara Brea, Cornwall, xlix. 195 
Charlton, Dorsetshire, xliii. 289 
Charlton Abbots, Gloucestershire, xlii. 200' 

203, 209 

Charlton Marshall, Dorsetshire, xvii. 332 
Charwelton, Northants, xxxv. 392 
Chesilbourne, Dorsetshire, xxx. 334; xliii. 289 
Chichester, Sussex, xliii. 303 
Chilham, Kent, xlii. 17(5 
Cholderton, Wiltshire, xliii. 2*9, 361 
Christ Church, Hampshire, v. 239 
Clarendon, Wiltshire, xxxv. 481 
Clayton Hill, Sussex, xliii. 368, 497 
Collingbourn, Wilts, xliii. 289, 327, 329. 330, 

342 

Colney, Norfolk, xxiii. 370 
Comboots, Yorkshire, xliii. 368 
Conninger, Lancashire, xxxi. 452 
Coombe, Kent, xxxvii. 476 
Cornish, W. C. BORLASK on, xlix. 181 
Corton, Wiltshire, xv. 338 ; xlii. 180 
Cossington, Leicestershire, xlii. 170 
Court Green, Yorks, xliii. 354 
Cowbridge, Glamorganshire, ii. 15 
Cowlam, Yorkshire, xliii. 496 ; xlvi. 148 ; 

xlviii. 120 

Cranmore, Somersetshire, xliii. 289 
Crawley, Oxfordshire, xxxvii. 432 ; xlii. 175 
Cressingham, Norfolk, xliii. 502 
Cringleford, Norfolk, xxiii. 370 



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Harrows continued 

Cuckhamsley, Berkshire, xlii. 156 

Culliford-Tree, Dorsetshire, xliii. 301, 342 

Dalmatia, xlviii. 94 

Danes Dale, Yorks, xlii. 439 

Daventry, Northants, xxxv. 39:2 

Denmark, ii. 230, 265 

Derbyshire, iii. 271; x. 33 

SAMTKI. PKUIIK on, vii. 131 
Deverell, Dorset, xliii. 351 
Dcwlish. Dorsetshire, xli. H.">; xliii. 289, 

355, 368 

Dinnington, Yorkshire, xlii. 171, -US, 455 
Ditniarsli, Denniiirk, xxxvii. 383 
I )orclicstcr, Dorset, xxx. 329; .xli. 392; xliii. 289 
I Inver, Kent, xlv. 53, 51 
Dorset shire. South, .\.\.\. 327, 33S 
Drayeott Hill, Wiltsliire, .xliii. 2SKJ 
Dritlield. Yorkshire, xxxiv. 25S ; xxxvii. 472 
Druids Head, Wiltshire, xlii. 173 
Dunstablr, Hods., xlii. 17u 
I )uiitfsl)(itirni' Abbots, ( iloiicestershire, xvi. 

3iJ2 ; xlii. 2"1, 2"3 
KagleselitTe, Durham, xlii. 2' 1 1- 
Huston Hill. Wiltsliire, xlii. 1st) 
Kiiton Heath. Norfolk, xxiii. 370 
Kbberston, Yorkshire, xlii. 171 
Kildertnuii. Seotland. xliii. I'.tlj 
Klk Low, Derbyshire, xliii. 3( )2 
Hll-b;irro\v, Wiltsliire, xlii. 172, 19(i 
Kllenlxirough. Cuniberland. ii. 51 
Hlmhani, Norfolk, xxiii. 37(1 
Hlveden, Suffolk, xxv. till 
Hriswell, Suffolk, xxv. (ill 
Kverley, Wiltshire, xliii. 289, 293, 295, 299, 

321 

Kxton Hill, Derbyshire, xli. 115 
Farway, Devonshire, xliii. 289, 360, 370 
Figheldean, Wiltshire, xlii. 180, 184 
Fimbcr, Yorkshire, xliii. 390 
Fin Cop, Derbyshire, xii. 328 
Fittleton, Wiltshire, xlii. 173, 180; xliii. 289 
Five Hill Field, xxxii. 357 
Fontcnay, Normandy, xlii. 216 



Barrows continued 

Four Laws, Northumberland, xlv. 370 
Freeborough Hill, Yorkshire, xxxi. 473 
Furness, Lancashire, xxxi. 449 
Fyfield, Wiltshire, xliii. 180, 182, 206 
Gaily Hills, Surrey, ix. 104 
Gaily Low, Derbyshire, xliii. 342 
Gatcombe, Gloucestershire, xlii. 201, 203 
Gib Hill, Derbyshire, xliii. 302 
Goodmauham, Yorkshire, xxxiv. 256, 257 
Grimsthorpe, Yorkshire, xxx. 460 
llackness, Yorkshire, xxx. 459 
Harborough, Derbyshire, ix. 208 
Hurechcster Kings, Northumberland, xxv. 48 
Harlow G reave, Staffordshire, xxv. 42 
Hammer, Denmark, xlii. 211 
Hathcrsage, Derbyshire, x. 467 
Hay Hill, Cambridgeshire, xix. 61 
Hay Top, Derbyshire, xliii. 411 
Heathwaite, Lancashire, xxxi. 152 
Helen, Brittany, xxv. 230 
Hessleskew, Yorkshire, xliii. 474 
Heytesbury, Wiltshire, xxxviii. 420; xlii. 

180 

Hilda's Low, Berkshire, xxxiii. 268 
Horton, Wiltshire, xlii. 173, 180 
Hove, Sussex, xliii. 315 
Hubbelowe, Devonshire, ii. 267 
Huggate, Yorkshire, xliii. 377 
Huish, Wiltsliire, xliii. 289 
Hungry Bcntley, Derbyshire, xliii. 514 
Hnntiscarth, Orkney, xliii. 507 
Hwittuc's Low, Berkshire, xxxiii. 268 
Ibrahimovcc, lllyricum, xlix. 108 
Icklingham, Suffolk, xxv. 611 
Idmiston, Wilts, xliii. 293 
Iffin's Wood, Kent, xxx. 57, 59, 60; xliii. 

334 

India, xxi. 1, 5; xlix. 191 
Jndenburg, Styria, xxxvi. 354 
Julaber's grave, Kent, vii. 135 ; xlii. 176 
Karn Creis, Cornwall, xlix. 185 
Karn Glnze, Cornwall, xlix. 189 
Karn Leskys, Cornwall, xlix. 183 






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57 



Barrow s continued 

Kellythorpe, Yorkshire, xxxiv. 251, 253 ; 

xliii. 314, 384 

Kenhero hills, Yorks, v. 93 
Kennet, East, Wiltshire, xlii. 201, 203; xliii. 

289 

Kennet Hill, Wiltshire, xliii. 323 
Kennet, West, Wiltshire, JOHN THURNAM on, 

xxxviii. 405 ; xlii. 200 ; xliii. 295 
Kerlescant, Brittany, xlii. 211 
Keynston, Dorsetshire, xliii. 289 
Kiekindemark, Germany, xlii. 100 
King's barrow, Wiltshire, xliii. 289 
King's Down, Dorsetshire, xliii. 359 
Kirby-under-Dale, Yorkshire, xliii. 317 
Kirkbuddo, Forfarshire, xvi. 364 
Kirk Whelpingtou, Northumberland, xlv.3G4 
Knighton, Wiltshire, xlii. 164, 172 
Knook, Wiltshire, xlii. 173, 180, 191, 192 
Knowl Hill, Hants, xlii. 171, 173 
Knowle, isle of Purbeck, xliii. 314 
Kongs, Hogarn, Scandinavia, ii. 266 
Kreuzbiihel, Suabia, xxxvi. 130 
Lake, Wiltshire, xlii. 172 ; xliii. 289, 299, 309 
Lambourn, Berkshire, xliii. 289, 296, 298, 

301, 304 

Langton, Dorsetshire, xxiii. 416 
Lanhill, Wiltshire, xlii. 200, 203 
Lansdown Hills, Somerset, xlii. 174 
Lannceston Heath, Dorsetshire, xliii. 289 
Laverstock, Wiltshire, xxxv. 480 
Leafield, Oxon, xxxvii. 433 
Leigh terton, Gloucestershire, xlii. 201, 203, 

216 

Lewes, Sussex, xxix. 372 
Liff's Lowe, Derbyshire, xliii. 407 
Lilborne, Northamptonshire, xlii. 156 
Limbury Hill, Cambs, xxvi. 374 
Linton Heath, Cambs, xxxvi. 130 
Littleton, Dorsetshire, xliii. 289 
Littleton Drew, Wilts, xxxviii. 406, 421 ; 

xlii. 199, 203, 212 

Littleton Stoney, Somerset, xxxviii. 406 
Llandrindod, Radnorshire, xvii. 171, 172 



Barrows continued 

Locmariaker, Brittany, xxv. 230 

Luckington, Wiltshire, xlii. 201, 203, 206 

Lnlworth, Dorset, xliii. 342 

Lunkhofen, Switzerland, xlvii. 131 

Lykin, Orkney, xxxiv. 136 

Maes Howe, Orkney, xlii, 204 ; xliii. 203 

Maiden Castle, Dorsetshire, xxx. 322 ; xliii. 

289 

Mane Lud, Brittany, xlii. 211, 212 
Mansfield, Notts, ix. 204 
Marlborough, Wilts, ii. 237, 239 
Marlborough Downs, Wilts, xlii. 200 
Martin, Wiltshire, xlii. 17") 
Marton, Wilts, viii. 1>2 
Melmerby, Yorkshire, xliii. 491 
Milbourne, Dorsetshire, xliii. 2^9 
Mill Bank, Bedfordshire, xxvii. 101 
Millbarrow, Wiltshire, xlii. 2ul 
Milston, Wiltshire, xlii. 171 
Milton, Wiltshire, xliii. 2*9, 295, 299 
Minning-low, Derbyshire, xlii. 2(J6 
Minorca, ii. 267 
Monkton, Wiltshire, xlii. 2U3 
Morton Common, Norfolk, xxiii. 3/U 
Morvah Hill, Cornwall, xliii. 352 
Mountbarrow, Lancashire, xxxi. 452 
Mount Bures, Ksscx, xxix. 250 
Mount Caburn, Lewes, xxix. 372 
Muckleford, Dorset, xliii. 318 
Muttilow, Cambridgeshire, xliii. 495 
Nempnet, Somersetshire, xlii. 201, 203, 201! 
Ncthcravon, Wiltshire, xlii. 180 
Nether Swell, Gloucestershire, xlii. 201, 203 
New Grange, Drogheda, Ireland, ii. 236, 239 
Newmarket Heath, Cambs, x dii. 436 
Newton, Wiltshire, xliii. 389 
Newton-npon-Rawcliff, Yorkshire, xliii. 384 
Nineburg, Germany, xxxvi. 277 
Normanton, Wiltshire, xlii. 180 ; xliii. 444 
Northwold's Mill, Norfolk, xxxiv. 47 
Norton Bavant, Wiltshire, xlii. 180, 182, 

184, 194 
Nunstainton, Durham, vii. 79 



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Barrows continuttl 

Nympsfield, Gloucestershire, xlii. 200, 203 
Oldbnry, Wiltshire, xlii. 201, 203 ; xliii. 340 
Orchardleigh, Somersetshire, xlii. 201, 203, 

208 

Osmington, Dorsetshire, xliii. 289 
Ostcr Hill, Northants, xxxv. 393 
Overton Hill, Wilts, xliii. 443 
Oxsettle, Sussex, xliii. 495 
Oxton, Notts, x. 381 

Pareelly Hay. Derbyshire, xliii. 319, 320 
Peccatcl, Sc'hwerin. xxxvi. 3-1-9 

Ynnington, Lancashire, xxxi. 452 

'ickerinp, Yorkshire, xliii. 390 

'levlje, xlix. 32 

'ohind, ii. 2:i<> 

'omul Down, Wilts, xliii. 293 

Moiiharnel. France, xlii. 234 

IVeshaw, Wiltshire, xliii. 340 

Priddy, Somersetshire, xliii. 2^9, 303, 3G5, 
490 

Purheck, Isle of, Dorset, xli. 3!U ; xliii. 289 
Rei^ate Heuth, Surrey, xvii. 325 

Rheinerwald, xxxvii. 29 

Ridgcway, Devonshire, xxx. 332; xliii. 289 

Kinifwould, Kent, xlv. 54 

Hobhoue, Yorkshire, xlii. 171 

Hockley, Wiltshire, xlii. 201, 203 

Rodmarton, Gloucestershire, ix. 3ti7 
194, 200,203, 212, 217, 220 

Rodmead, Wiltshire, xlii. 180 

Roke Doun, Dorsetshire, xliii. 351 

Rollrich, Oxfordshire, xliii. 302 

Romanel, Switzerland, xlv. 2GO 

Rombnld's Moor, Yorkshire, xxxi. 30(5 

Roughridge Hill, Wiltshire, xliii, 300, 490, 
494 

Roundway Down, Wiltshire, xliii. 287, 289, 
314, 317 

Rndston, Yorkshire, xlii. 171, 187; xliii. 
314 

Russia, ii. 236, 262 

Saint Alban's, Herts, xxxiii. 264 

Saint Quenole, Finisterre, xlii. 214 



Barrows continued 

Sandford Moor, Westmoreland, iii. 273 
Sandwick, Orkney, xxxiv. 109 
Scamridge, Yorkshire, xlii. 171, 187 
Scarborough, Yorkshire, xxvi. 427; xxx. 

461; xxiv.446; xliii. 302 
Scratchbury, Wiltshire, xlii. 173 
Scutari, xlviii. 84 
Seamer, Yorkshire, xliii. 407 
Seven Barrows, Wiltshire, xliii. 289 
Shalbourne, Wiltshire, xlii. 173 
Shalcombe Down, Isle of Wight, xxxiv. 82 
Shepherd's Shore, Wiltshire, xliii. 299 
Shipton, Oxon, xxxvii. 433 
Shcrrington, Wiltshire, xv. 344 ; xlii. 180 

Shrewton Down, Wiltshire, xliii. 297 
Shurdington, Gloucestershire, xlii. 201, 203 

Silbury Hill, Wiltshire, ii. 237 ; xxviii. 402; 
xlii. 165 

Skail, Links of, Orkney, iii. 276 

Skjorpinge, Jutland, xlv. 303 

Souldern, Oxfordshire, xlii. 165 

Spcllow Hills, Lincolnshire, xxxv. 391 

Stackallen, Ireland, xliii. 385 

Stamford Hill, Wiltshire, xliii. 311 

Stanlake, Oxfordshire, xliii. 302 

Stanton Moor, Derbyshire, xliii. 365 

Steepleton, Dorsetshire, xliii. 289 

Stenness, Orkney, xxxiv. 91 

Stevenage, Herts, x. 371 

Stockton, Wiltshire, xlii. 180 

Stodmarsh, Kent, xxxvi. 179 

Stoke, Dorsetshire, xliii. 289 

Stoke, West, Wiltshire, xliii. 289 

Stoneranda, Orkney, xxiv. 94 

Stoney Littleton, Somersetshire, xlii. 199, 
203, 208, 212, 214 

Stonehenge, Wiltshire, xxxviii. 421 ; xlii. 
164, 172, 173, 180; xliii. 299, 306 

Stow Heath, Norfolk, xvi. 354 ; xxiii. 372 

Stowborough, Dorsetshire, xliii. 523 ; xliv. 14 

Strickland, Dorsetshire, xliii. 289 

Stnrmere, Essex, xiv. 72 

Snabian, xxxvii. 27, 28 






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59 



Barrows continued 

Sweden, ii. 236, 265 ; xxxvii. 465 

Swell, Nether, Gloucestershire, xlii. 201, 203 

Switzerland, xlvii. 131 

Syking, Orkney, xxxiv. 92 

Symond'a Hall, Gloucestershire, xxix. 10 

Taddington, Derbyshire, xlii. 206 

Tan Hill, Wilts, xliii. 327, 354 

Tartary, ii. 222, 261, 263 

Teddington, Middlesex, xxxvi. 175 

Temple Farm, Wiltshire, xlii. 201, 203* 

Tenby, Pembrokeshire, xliii. 492 

Thealby, Lincolnshire, xl. 241 

Thornborough, Yorkshire, xliii. 303 

Tidcombe, Wiltshire, xlii. 201, 203 

Tilshead, Wiltshire, xlii. 170, 175, 180, 182, 

184, 186, 191, 192, 194; xliii. 297 
Tinhead, Wiltshire, xlii. 180, 194 
Tippet, Wiltshire, xlii. 176 
Tredinney, Cornwall, xliii. 352 
Trcgaseal, Cornwall, xlix. 194 
Trevelgue, Trevalga, Cornwall, xliv. 422, 

423 

Triplow, Cambridgeshire, xxxii. 352 
Trundle, the, Sussex, xxxi. 317 
Tuttington, Norfolk, xxiii. 372 
Uley, Gloucestershire, xxxviii. 400; xlii. 200, 

203, 209, 212, 213 
Ulwell, Isle of Purbeck, xliii. 342 
Upton, Wiltshire, xv. 126 ; xliii. 327 
Upton Lovell, Wiltshire, xv. 123 ; xxxiv. 46 ; 

xliii. 291, 405 

Upton Pyne, Devonshire, xliii. 360 
Upway, Dorsetshire, xliii. 289 
Varangeville, xxxvi. 185 
Vestrafiord, Orkney, xxxvi. 91 
Vog, Orkney, xxxiv. 92 
Walker Hill, Wiltshire, xlii. 194, 200, 203 
Wallop, Hampshire, xxxvi. 184 
Wai buster, Orkney, xxxiv. 107 
Wareham, Dorset, xliii. 354 
Warkshaugh, Northumberland, xlv. 370 
Warminster, Wilts, xlii. 180 ; xliii. 289 
Warton, Lancashire, ix. 214 






Barrows continued 

Wayland's Smithy, Berkshire, xlii. 212 
Wellow, Somersetshire, xix. 43, 48; xxxv. 
251, 253 

Wells, Somersetshire, xliii. 289 
Westphalia, xiii. 3, 5, 6 
Wetton, Staffordshire, xlii. 206 
Whitechurch, Dorsetshire, xliii. 289 
White Horse Hill, Berkshire, xlii. 174 
Willesby Wood, Yorkshire, xlii. 171 
Willc.sford, Wiltshire, xlii. 180 
Wiltshire, xv. 33S ; xxxv. 480 

WIM.IAM CrxxiX(iT(>.\ on, xv. 122 

JOHX Tin I:\AM on, xlii. 1G1 ; xliii. 

284 

Winster, Derbyshire, iii. 274 
Winterbourn, Wilts, xlii. 171, 172, 1H), 184, 

18G, 194; xliii. 289, 297, 309, 325, 350 
Winterslow Hut, Wilts, xxxv. 480; xliii. 

286, 2H9, 292, 299, 313, 322, 320 
Witton Castle. Yorkshire, ix. 2S I- 
Woodbury, Wiltshire, xxxvi. 18^ 
Woodchester, Gloucestershire, xlii. 200. 2K-i 
Woodford, Dorsetshire, xliii. 2S9 
Woodyates, Dorsetshire, xxx. 547; xlii. 1(55; 

xliii. 293, 29(5, 3o4 
Worle Hill, Somersetshire, xliii. 339 
Wormelow, Salop, xlii. 204 
Wormingford, Essex, xxix. 250 
Wye Down, Kent, iv. 110; vii. 135 
Wykeham Moor, Yorkshire, xliii. 341 
Yarhouse, Caithness, xlii. 200, 212 
Yatesbury, Wiltshire, xliii. 289 
Yorkshire, xxxiv. 251, 253, 256, 257, 25h 
Barrowne, George, xv. 9 
BaiTum, Westphalia, xiii. 2 
Barry, island of, Glamorganshire, vi. 32, 33 j 

xii. 43 ; xxxi. 428 
Barry, Mr., xxxv. 330 
Sir David, xxii. 308 
Sir Edmund, xli. 16 
Hugh, xliii. 70 

John, xxxvii. 496 ; xxxviii. 146 
Richard, xi. 244 

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60 



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Harry, William, xxvii. 190 

Barrye Og, Lord, xxviii. 140 

liars of bronze from Ucberlingen, xliv. 110 
Of gold, from Lanant, Cornwall, xv. 118 
Of iron, found at Caburn, xlix. 477, 492 
Of iron, found at Bourton, Gloucestershire, 
xlv. 263 

Bars, William, xiii. 307 

Bartelette, John, .xii. :iu'l 

Harthelemy, Jean Jacques, on the Apamcan 
initial, iii. .'547 

Hart hoi inus, Thomas, xxii. 285 

Bartholomew, Philip, xlii. ;{(_)! 

Bartholomew, saint, xlvii. :!72 
Dedications to, 1. 2S>4 
Massacre of, xxii. 323, :i24, :i25 

Hartholomewe, William, xii. 366 

Marthon', 1'. dc, x. 215 

Bartine Hill, Cornwall, camp at, xxii. 300 

BAKII.KI, BI.XJAMIX, on e|>i.sco]>al coins of Dur- 
ham, and monastic coins of Reading, v. 

355 

Exhibits n seal, viii. 427 
Hartlett, Mr., v. lo'.l, 11* 
U.VKTLETT, J. PKMIIEHTON, on ancient potteries in 

the New Forest, xxxv. 91 
Sir Morris, xii. 374 
P., xxx. 50 
Bart lot, E., xlv. 177 
Bartlow, Cambridgeshire, round church tower at, 

xxiii. 12 
Bartlow Hills, Essex, excavations at, xxv. 1 ; 

xxvi. 4C2 ; xxviii. 1 ; xxix. 1 
Objects found in barrows at, xxvi. 302, 304, 

310 

Plan of barrows at, xxvi. 300 
Vase from, xxxiii. 343 
Barton, x. 294 

Home farm of, granted to Wells, 1. 326 
Barton, Earls, church, Northamptonshire, x. 

290 ; xxvi. 29, 38 
Barton-npon-Humber, Lincolnshire, Saint Petor's 

church at, xxvi. 29, 33 
Service of a privy seal at, xxv. 354 



Barton-upon-Humber, manor of, xl. 236 

Murder committed at, xvii. 199 
Barton, the, of Godolphin, xiv. 225; xviii. 

102 

Barton, Elizabeth, the holy maid of Kent, vii. 409 ; 
xii. 94 ; xxv. 63, 64, 65 ; xxx. 150, 154 

Hugh do, xxxvii. 435 

Johanna, xv. 106 

John, xv. 8 ; xxv. 320 

John Alfred, xxxi. 483 

Mr., xxi. 160; xl. 403 

Robert de, xxviii. 297 

Theobald de, vi. 197 
Bartram, Simon, xxxiii. 99 
Bartte, (Jeorge, xxvi. 278 
Bartur, Arnald le, xxxvii. 284 

Julian la, xxxvii. 277 

Nicholas, xxxvii. 280 
Baruchus, isle of, vi. 31 
Barun, John, xxxvii. 496 
Barut, in Syria, xxi. 436, 438 
Barwell, Thomas, xxx. 165 
liarwic, John, incised slab of, xxxi. 498 
Barwick, John, xxxi. 273 

Humphry, pamphlet on use of lire-arms, 

xlvii. 212 

Barwicke, Robert, xii. 385 
Barwis, Richard, xxii. 171 
Barwycke, Humphry, xiii. 75 
Baryngton, Mr., xl. 391 
Basadingen, Switzerland, sword found at, xlv. 

260 

Bas Breton language, xvi. 116 
Baschebi, Yorkshire, v. 196 ; vi. 42 
Base, Sir Richard, xxv. 468 

Richard, xxv. 435, 453 
Basel, tabula of gold given to the cathedral of, 

by emperor Henry II., xxx. 144, 148 
Baselards, sec Arms 
Bascley, Alice, xxxvii. 282 

John, xii. 342, 385 

Reginald, xxxvii. 287 

Basentin, Sieur de, prisoner at Poitiers, i. 214 (a), 
215 (6), 235 (c) 









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61 



Base rope, xxxvi. 297 
Bases or plaited skirts, see Costume 
Bashkirs, the, ii. 230 
Bashn'ya, Siberia, ii. 229 
Bashukhtu-khan, ii. 230 

Basil, writer of MS. ritual ordinance of Ncophy- 
tus, xlvii. 1 

Saint, liturgy of, xxiv. 7 

Twelve canons of, xlvii. 32 
Basildon, Berks, xxviii. 447, 448 
Basileus, Anglo-Saxon royal title, x. 228, 236 
Basilica, plan of, xi. 320, 370 ; xiii. 301 

At Silchester, xlvi. 344, 351, 358, 365; 

1. 267 

Basilical ways, i. 60 (a) (6), 67 (c) 
Basilidis, the heretic, viii. 183 
Basilidian heretics, v. 10 
Basilis in Arcadia, xviii. 345 

A coin of, xviii. 344 \ 
Basiliscus, viii. 40 
Basilisk, see Arms 
Basill, Simon, xxvi. 382 
Basilius, consul, xlv. 283 
Basin, see Bason 
Basing, John de, xiii. 150 
Basing church, Suffolk, font at, x. 205 
Basingborne, ii. 279 

Basingstoke, Hampshire, bronze aeolipile found 
at, xiii. 410 

Image found in digging canal at, xiii. 
212 

Corporation pasturage at, xlvi. 416 
Basingstoke, John, x. 375 
Basingwerk, xxix. 13 
Basire, Mr., ii. 224 
Baskerfeild, Sir Thomas, xxxiv. 313 
Baskervile, Andrew de, xxxix. 441 

John de, xxxix. 441 

Michael de, xxxi. 185 

Walter de, xxxix. 441 
Baskerville, Mr., of Staunton, xxxvii. 196 

Cecelia, viii. 325 
Basket, John, xiii. 102 
Basket, derivation of, xlv. 362 




Basketwork figures of men on sculptured stones, 

1.286 

Baskevile, Michael de, xxxi. 185 
Baskfylde, Nicholas, xxv. 553 
Basle, see Basel 

Baslow High Bar, Derbyshire, vii. 134 
Basnet, see Arms 
Basoc, William de, xlv. 457 
Bason, found near Christchurch, Hants, xvi. 363 

Stone, found at Caesar's camp, xlvii. 457, 464 

Silver, belonging to St. Paul's cathedral, 
London (1245), 1. 443, 444, 469 

For baptism forbidden, x. 208, 212 

In churches, xi. 349, 365 
Basque language, xvi. 116 

Lclo, or national chant, translation of, xxxiv. 

399 

Bas-reliefs of interview between Henry VIII. 
and Francis I. at Rouen, iii. lUO 

At Trevecca, iv. 20, 21 
Bassaeus, Peter, xxxi. 414 
liassan, Alonso de, xxxiv. 310 
Basse, Sir Richard, xxv. 466 
Bassegcr, Robert de, xxxix. 441 
Basscnct, captain, xxviii. 137 
Basset, Mr. i. xxi (a), xxii (l>) (c) ; xxxii. 135 

Auncel, xxxix. 441 

Gilbert, xxxi. 242 

H., xxxix. 441 

James, xxviii. 121 

John, admiralty seal of, xlvi. 369 

Laurenz, xxxix. 441 

Maud, xxxii. 59 

Nichol de, xxxix. 441 

Philip, xxxix. 441 

Rauf, xxxix. 441 

Sir Richard, xiv. 214 

Simon, xxxix. 441 

William, ii. 14 ; xi. 60 ; xxxii. 290 
Bassett, Alan, xxi. 217 

Sir Philip, xliii. 230 

Richard, xxxix. 199 

Sir William, xliii. 230 

William, xxxi. 95, 96 



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Basshenhnse, Sir Ralph, xxxi. 160 

liassi, the palace of, at Rome, wall decorations 

of, A u \AM>i.i: NESBITT on, xlv. 267 
Bassianns, iii. 145 
l!:iiiu I. tee Arms 
Bassingborn, Baldwin de, xxxix. 441 
Kdtnuncl, xxxix. 441 
Warin, xxxix. 441 

Hassingthorpc, Lincolnshire, xi, 22, 23, 25, 31 
Hassock, u lliick peat used for fuel, 1. 375, 379, 

3*2 

Bassocke, Robert, xii. .'$7.'5 
Bassora, method of constructing arches at, xvii. 

7U 

Bassus, inscription to, xxvii. 222 
.luniiis. xlv. L'77, 2>*2, 290 
.Septimus, xlv. 277 
Uastard, mixed cloth, xxxviii. 3<>4, 3G."> 

l'.-e of the words jus a surname, xxxviii. 14<> 
A kind of wine, xxv. ?>'M 
Ha.stard, Isabella, xxxviii. 135, 1 4<i 

Richard, xxxviii. 135, 1 U! 
Hastelhall, castle of, xxxix. 225 
Ba.stell, x\i. 21-11 

Houses, xlv. .'>57 
Hasten, Michael, xi. 104 
Bastord, Robert, xxv. 494 
Hastidus, Rodrigo, xl. 10, 11 
liasto, a term in the game of ombre, viii. l.'Jh 
lia.stu, tieorge, xxviii. 2'.l 
Barton, 1'hilip de, xxvi. :MO 

Bastoni, Italian name for clubs in cards, xv. 1 U 
Basutos, combs used by, xlvi. -432 

Suspension of knives by, xlvi. 444 
Bastwiek, Mr., iii. 420 ; xxxvii. 11 
Batavi, xxvii. 219, 220, 221 
BATK, C. SPKXCE, on Romano-British cemetery 

near Plymouth, xl. 500 
Humphrey, xii. 388 
James, xii. 358 
Richard, xxxvi. 238 
Spcnce, xl. 510 
William, xii. 372 
Batccomb, xxv. 35 



Batecombe, William, xiii. 136 

Bateleur, xiii. 238 

Bateley, William, xxv. 534 

Bateman, John, xliii. 223, 224 

Bates, Thomas, Gunpowder conspirator, xii. 197 ; 

xv. 139 

Batfield, xii. 94 
Baths, attached to churches, xl. 201 

Ancient, in island of Lipari, xxiii. 98 

Athenian, form of, xlix. 53 

At Buxton, x. 34 

At Caerhan, Carnarvonshire, xvi. 127 

At Caerlcon, ii. 7 

At Caerwent, xxxvi. 432, 437 

At Charing Cross, called Queen Elizabeth's, 

xxv. 589 
At Dover, v. 325 

At East Dereham church, xi. 127 
At Foxfield, viii. 98 
At Hovingham, xxvii. 404 
At Lincoln, iv. 83 
At Mansfield Woodhouse, ix. 204 
At Netherhall, x. 140, 141 
At Pompeii, iv. 171 
At Kagcisa Vecchia, xlviii. 11, 12 
At Silchcster, xlvi. 335; 1. 272 
At Stoke Rochford, Lincolnshire, xxii. 26 ; 

xxiii. 385 

At Udena, Tunis, xv. 152 
At Wroxeter, ix. 323 
Egyptian, iv. 246 
Implements for, found at Urdingen, xliii. 

250 

In 1472, xxvi. 279 
Near Banja, xlix. 70, 110 
Near Novipaza, xlix. 49, 54 
Near Scopia, xlix. 88, 148 
Of Caracalla, xvii. 49, 55, 57, 59 
Of Diocletian, xvii. 47 
Roman, described by Montfaucon, v. 339 
Bath rings, \ ii. 104 

Bath, the Order of the, Society of Antiquaries 
project a history of, i. xxxviii (a), 
xxxix (6), xl (c) 



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63 



Bath, city of, v. 46 ; xv. 190 ; xxvi. 335 ; xxviii. 

401 ; xxix. 85 

Abbey, plan of, xix. 364, 368 
Altars found at, xxii. 420 
Antiquities discovered at, x. 325 
Bishop of, Reginald Fitzjocclin (1174 

1191), 1. 295360 

Church of, grants to, see Banewell; Ccddre; 
Cherleton; Chyu; Dorkemfeld; Ever- 
crez; Gatinton; Hiwis; Kingstere; Li- 
diard 

Garrison of (1644), xiv. 131 
Mentioned in a Runic inscription, xliii. 116 
Mint at, xxvi. 8 

Oculist's stamp found at, ix. 228 
Pig of lead found at, xxii. 421 
Roman temple at, x. 327, 329, 331 
Sculptures of a temple found at, xxxvi. 

187 

Site of Aquo> Solis, 1. 266 

Bath and Wells, bishop of, see Beckynton, 
Thomas; Bourne, Gilbert ; Fox, Richard ; 
Stafford, John ; Stillington, Robert 
Bath, countess of, see Bourchier, Elizabeth 
Earl of, see Bourchier, John 
Sir John, xxxii. 143 
William de, xxvii. 278 
Bath House Hills, Norfolk, xxiii. 367 
Batham gate, Derbyshire, vi. 248 
Bathe, Nichol de, xxxix. 441 
Bathoe, Mr., iii. 227 
Bathon, Adam de, xxxvii. 274 
Bathorne End, xiv. 62 
Bathos, xviii. 345 
Bathurst, Ralph, iii. 55, 60 

Made claret at Oxford, i. 328 (a), 

330(6), 353 (c) 
Richard, xxxv. 11 
Thomas, v. 207 

Bathurst Wood, pit found at, xlvi. 450 
Batryaux, John, xx. 522 
Bats' legs, xxxv. 426 
Batta, vocabulary of, vi. 154 
Battell, xxxvii. 21 



Batteley, John, i. xxv (a), xxvi (6) (c) ; author 
of " Antiqnitates Rutupinae," i. 79 (a) (b), 
90 (c) 

Battersea, Surrey, plague at, xxxvii. 17 
Sword found at, xiv. 254 
Fields, skeleton found in, xxxi. 311 
Battle, Sussex, i. 326 (a), 328 (A), 351 (c) 
Abbey, a sanctuary, viii. 24, 41 
Arms of, on sword, xxii. 415 
Exempt from purveyance by charter, 

viii. 334 

Mazers at, 1. 130 
Plate in frater of, 1. 186 

Battle, Judicial, xxii. 410; xxix. 349; xxxii. 287, 
292 

In Burgundy, xx. 234 

Royal, cockfighting term explained, iii. 148 
Battle, John of, xxix. 182, 183, 185; xiv. 437, 

439, 440 

Thomas of, xiv. 437, 439, 440 
Battle axe, see Arms 
Battle-Edge, Oxfordshire, sword found lit, xiv. 

360 
Battlefield church, Shropshire, scdilia at, xiv. 

272 

Image of Our Lady of Pity at, xiv. 272 
Battle-Hill Causeway, Wilts, barrows sit, viii. !! 
Battlements, xxi. 359 

Battle-stones, so called, at Checkley, 1. 286, 292 
Battley, John, i. 185 (a), 186 (A), 205 (c) 
Batrachos, xxiii. 259 
Battson, Thomas, xii. 368 
Battye, Ralph, xii. 366 
Batu-Khan, ii. 234 
Batur, Martin, xiv. 460 

Thomas, xiv. 460 
Batutz, John de, xl. 475 
Bauberye, Philippe, xii. 374 
Baubo, xlii. 323, 325 
Baucoy, Hugo de, xxxix. 441 
Baud, Sir Walter le, xxxviii. 145 

Sir William le, xxxviii. 145 

Baudekins belonging to St. Paul's cathedral, 1. 
450, 451, 490 



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Bandekyn, xviii. 320; xxix. 173; xxx. 3; xliii. 
207 

Cloth of gold of, xvi. 25 

Crimson gold, xvi. 91 
Banderane, Michael de, xxviii. 261 
Bauer, a term signifying a landowner in Saxony, 

xxxv. 470 

Bauesar, Walter de, xxxix. 441 
Baufiv, Jacob de, xxxiii. 99 

Peter de, xxxiii. 95, 99 
Baugi'-, battle of, temp. Henry V., xlvii. 235 
Baugh, Job Walker, xxxix. 180 
Baukwell, Roger de, xxxi. 95, 9G 
Ban me, xiii. 375 

Ifaunstcrsein, Henry de, xxxix. -141 
Bautastein, xxviii. 330; xxxv. 234 
Bavaria, succession custom in, 1. 204 
Bavclingham, Eustace de, xxxi. '227 
Baven, xxx. 3U 

Bavc-nt, manor of, Wiltshire, ii. 331 
Bavetix, Sir Jolin, xxii. 39(5 
Baw burgh, Norfolk, xxiii. 3(59 
Bawd, Peter, vi. 2U(5 ; xxxvii. 483 
Bawden. William, xxxiv. 139 
Bawdewyn, Thomas, xiii. 88, 89; xx. 459 
Bawdre, Leonard, xli. 359 
Bawdsey, Suffolk, x. 353, 358 
Buwiv, John, xxxv. 430 
Baxter, a monk, xvii. 199 

Mr. xxv. 471 

James, xlv. (57 

William, i. G8 (a) (4), 76 (c) 

Philological letters of, i. 2U5 (a), 20G (b), 

22G (<) 
Bay, of a barn, x. 438 

Of vaulting, xvii. 5 
Bavard's leap, xxii. 26 

Bayer, Theophilns, ii. 228 ; iii. 159, 160, 161 
Baycux, France, xlv. 241, 248 

Cathedral, xviii. 90, 107 ; xix. 195 
Window in, xxv. 184 

Roman wall at, xxv. 176 

Walls of, xxvi. 27 

Bishop of, tee Exnperius ; Regnobert, saint 



Bayeux tapestry, xxiv. 268, 269 

Copied from a painting, iii. 186 

Memoir on, by the AMUE DE LA RUE, 
xvii. 85 

HUDSON GURNEY on, xviii. 359 

THOMAS AMYOT on, xix. 88, 192 

CHARLES STOTHARD on, xix. 184 
Bayhall, manor of, xiii. 109 
Bayeley, Roger, xii. 386 

BAYLEY, Joiix, on the first battle of St. Albans, 
xx. 519 

On a petition to Henry VI., xxi. 24 
Bay lie, Walter, xxxi. 327 
Baylis, William, viii. 298 
Bayly, Richard, xxxv. 447 

Sir William, xxxix. 367 
Baymond, xvii. 233 
Baynal, John de, ii. 279, 282 
Buynard, John, xxxix. 24 

Richard, xxv. 448 
Baynard's Castle, see London 
Baynbrige, Roy, inscription of, in Tower, xiii. 

97 

Bayne, a bath, xxvi. 279 
Bayjie, George, xii. 375 
Baynebryge, Mr., xxiii. 25 
Baynes, Henry, v. 100 

Baynham, Sir Edward, Gunpowder conspirator, 
xv. 139 

Sir Edmund, xxviii. 421; xxix. 97, 99, 100 
Bayninge, a bird, xiii. 341, 385 
Baynton, Edward, xxiii. 64 
Bayntun, Sir Edward, xliii. 202 

Sir Francis, xliii. 202 
Bayon, Thomas de, archbishop of York, i. 

175 (a) (6), 194 (c) 

Bayonne, camp near, xxxiv. 399 402 
Bayonet, see Arms 
Bayous, Bogo de, xxvii. 275, 278 
Bayth', William, vii. 417 

Bay trees, sacred, in the Regia at Rome, 1. 240 
Bay window, xxiii. 115 
Bazalgette, Mr., xi. 89 
Bazas, France, cathedral of, xxxvi. 3 



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Bazas, church of the Mercadel at, xxxvi. 3 

Sculpture at, xliv. 161 
Bazele, le Moine de, xxviii. 185 
Bazzerlik, site of temple of Latona discovered at, 

xlix. 345 

Beacher, Mr., i. 58 (a) (6), 64 (c) 
Beachly, Gloucestershire, ii. 2 
Beachy Head, Sussex, xxxiv. 239 
Beacons, antiquity and use of, by Jonx WARD, i. 1 
Derivation of, i. 3 

Mentioned in Scriptures and by AristoUe, i- 2 
As crests, i. 4 

On a monumental brass, xv. .'302 
Painting of, i. 1 

Regulations for management of, xiii. 183 
Stacks of wood, i. 3 
On Shooter's Hill, xxxiv. 57, 58 
Beacon, captain, xxxv. 314, 315 
Beaconhill, Cumberland, x. 112 
Beadle, John, xii. 369 

Thomas, xii. 13 

Beads, x. 382; xi. 94; xvi. 362; xxv. 11, 12; xxvi. 
425; xxx. 329; xxxiii. 330, 3.34; xxxv. 
475 ; xliii. 400, 440, 490, 494, 501, 525 
Adder beads, xl. 229 ; xlv. 301, 302, 300 
Barrel-shaped, xlviii. 188 
Chevron pattern on, xlv. 297 299 
Druid's, xlv. 300, 301 
Early specimens of, xlvi. 148, 149 
Found in Celtic interments, xlvi. 84 
Glain nidr, Gleininadrooth, xlv. 301, 302, 305 
Glass, xlvi. 84, 148, 170, 425, 494 
Manufactured by the Phoenicians, xlvi. 81 
Seed capsules used for, in Anglo-Saxon ceme- 
tery, 1. 387 
Snake-stone, xlv. 306 
Used as money, xlv. 308 
From Adderbury, xxxiv. 48 

Aldborough, Yorks, xxxiv. 47, 50 
Alemannic grave, xxxvi. 139 
Arras, Yorks, xliii. 497 
Barrow Hill, Lancashire, vii. 414 
Beddingham, Sussex, xiv. 
Belbnry, Dorset, xlviii. 116, 120 



Beads continued 

From Box Moor, Herts, xxxiv. 395 
Breach Downs, Kent, xxx. 48 
Cabnrn, Sussex, xlvi. 425, 483, 484, 493, 

494 

Caistor, Norfolk, xxxiv. 48, 50 
Castlefield, Lancashire, xxxiv. 47, 50 
Clayton Hill, Sussex, xliii. 497 
Colchester, Essex, xxxiv. 47, 50 
Cop Head Hill, Wilts, xliii. 490 
Cowlam, Yorks, xlvi. 148 
Near Dieppe, xxxv. 108 
Dorchester, Dorset, xxx. 330, 338 
Egypt, xxxiv. 49, 50; xlvi. 148 
Farley Heath, Snrrcv, xxxiv. 48 
Farway, Devonshire, xliii. 440 
Gilton, Kent, xxx. 135 
Gloucester, ix. 372 

Karn Gluze, Curnwall, xlix. 188, 189, 193 
Kellythorp, Yorkshire, xxxiv. 255, 25b 
Kertch, Russia, xxxiv. 49, 50 
Kingsliohn, Gloucestershire, x. 133 
Lake, Wiltshire, xliii. 495, 501 
Litlington, Cambs. xxvi. 37(> 
London, xxiv. -(>-; xxxiv. 48, 50 
Marston St. Laurence, Northunts, xlviii. 

328, 329, 330, 331 
Mershall, Norfolk, xxxiv. 4S, 50 
Northwold's Mill, Norfolk, xxxiv. 47, 50 
Nubia, xxxiv. 49, 51) 
Orkney, xxxiv. 117 
Oxton, Notts, x. 3S2 
Peru, xlv. 308 

Roughridge, Wilts, xliii. 440 
St. Domingo, xiii. 20> 
St. Edmunds Bury, xxxiv. 49, 50 
Scratchbury, Wilts, xliii. 495 
Sleaford, Line., 1. 389, 390, 391, 392, 

393, 394, 396, 397, 398, 399, 400, 

401, 402, 403, 404 
South Shields, Durham, xlvi. 170 
Stowting, Kent, xii. 414 
Tan Hill, Wiltshire, xliii. 495, 510 
The Thames, xxxiv. 47, 50 
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Beads conti n tied 

Prom Upton Lovel.Wilts.xv. 124, 126, 128, 129 
Wingham, Kent, xxxvi. 179 
Winster, Derbyshire, iii. 275 
Wintcrbonrn Stoke, Wiltshire, xliii. 

440,449 

Ynrhonse, Caithness, xlii. 516 
Yealand, Lancashire, vii. 414 
Yelford, Oxon, xxxviii. 97 
York, xxxiv. 47, 50 
Bcal, Dr., xviii. 31 
Hcnld, John, xxxviii. 50 
Rcale, Bartholomew, xi. 97 
Richard, xxxvi. '225 
Robert, biographical notice of, i. vii 
Bealtinc, the, Bcltoin, tlie 
Beamont Closes, Rutlandshire, xi. 2U<3 
Bcanc, Richard, xxxv. 433 
Mean, king of, xxvi. 342 
Means, worshipped in Kgypt, iv. 242 
Beanyon, (iiscnrd do, prisoner at Poitiers, i. 214 

(a), 215 (b), 234 ( f ) 
Hear, Surrey, ix. 102 
Hear, the. in Brituin, x. 102 

Great and little anvils called, xi. 104 
Instrument called, xix. 58 
Stock Exchange term, xiii. 1158 
Tavern in the Strand, place of meeting of 
Society of Antiquaries in 1707, i. xxv 
(a), xxvi (b) (c) 

Bear-wards, xxv. 42:5 ; xlvi. 208 
Bears, worshipped in Kpypt, iv. 240 

(two), zodiacal signs of, xlvii. 337 
Beard, touching the, xv. 309 

Worn by English on Bayeux tapestry, xix. 186 
Represented on fignre of St. Wilgeforte, 

xlvii. 373 

On figure of All Hallows, represents agricul- 
tural class, xlvii. 484 
Bcarde, Richard, xxxix. 9 
Beare, John, xl. 418 
Robert, xl. 418 
Thomas, xl. 418 
Beareheards Bridge, Oxfordshire, xxxv. 473 



Bearing cloth, a, xxxiii. 230 

Beasant, Thomas, xxxix. 92 

Beaten, Moses, xxxv. 441 

Beates, digging of, presentment against in manor 

court, 1. 372 

Beathell, Richard, xii. 380 
Beatrice of Portugal, v. 154 
Beaucastel, xviii. 75 
Beaucastle, Cumberland, ii. 51 
Beauchamp, Lady Cecilia de, xxvi. 340 

Kudo de, xl. 449 

Geoffrey de, xxxix. 441 

Giles de, xxxi. 87, 89, 117 

Guy, earl of Warwick, xxi. 199, 200 

Isabella de, xxxi. 158 

James de, xxxix. 441 

Joan, xxxviii. 41 ; xxxix. 441 

Joan, lady Abergavenny, xx. 116 

Sir John, xxxi. 117, 123, 129, 139 

John de, vi. 195; xxxi. 26, 42, 46, 117, 122 

John, lord Beauchamp of Powyk, xxix. 328 

Richard, bishop of Hereford, xxix. 320 

Richard, bishop of Salisbury, ix. 39 ; xxix. 
320 

Richard, Karl of Warwick, ii. 206 ; ix. 6 ; 

xxii. 389 
Baptism of, x. 208* 

Richard, lord Bergavenny and carl of Wor- 
cester, xxii. 390 

Robert de, xxxi. 24 

Sir Roger, xxxi. 114, 117, 122; xxxv. 468 

Roger, xxxi. 26, 42 

Sybilla, lady, xxxi. 30, 118 

Thomas, earl of Warwick, vi. 345; xx. 177, 
193; xxi. 89; xxii. 212, 239 

Sir Walter de, xxvi. 344 

Walter de, xxi. 221; xxiv. 344; xxx. 227; 
xxxix. 441. 

Sir William, iii. 302 ; xxii. 390 ; xxvi. 335 

William, ii. 329; viii. 204; xxi. 200; xxxix. 
441 

Estates, temp. Edward IV., xlvii. 410, 411, 416 

Arms of, on a mazer, 1. 141 
Beanchampe, xii. 28 



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Beaucharnois, chevalier de, viii. 300 
Beauchiof abbey, Derbyshire, xxiii. 312 
Beauclerk, Topham, xiv. 20 
Beaudauphin, madame, xxviii. 195 
Beaufai, Sir John, xxvi. 327 
Beauford, Mr., vii. 270 
Beauforest, Thomas, xxxvii. 295 
Beaufort, arms of, xlviii. 158, 161, 162 
Badge, xlix. 249 
Edmund, duke of Somerset, -xxii. 388 ; xxix. 

324; xlvii. 375 
Execution of, xxi. 14, 22 
Tomb attributed to, xiv. 153 
Edward, duke of Somerset, xlvii. 319 
Henry, xxix. .327 
Henry, bishop of Lincoln, xx. 88 
Henry, cardinal, bishop of Winchester, xx. 88 
Jewels pledged to, xxi. 34 
Seal of, xxxiv. 443, 444 
Henry, duke of Somerset, ix. 254 ; xlvii. 269, 

272, 278, 281, 282 

John, earl of Somerset, vii. 72 ; xxxi. 179, 368 
John, marquis of Dorset, xx. 192 
Margaret, countess of Richmond, xxxi. 368 
Baimond, count of, incised slab in memory 

of, xxxi. 486 
Thomas, duke of Exeter, viii. 335 ; xxii. 385 ; 

xxxiv. 417 

Admiralty seal of, xlvi. 368 
Buried in abbey of Bury Saint Edmunds, 

iii. 313 

Defended Harfleur, ii. 195, 196 ; iii. 314 
Died at Greenwich, iii. 314 
Fought at Agincourt, ii. 195. 196; iii. 314 
Supposed discovery of his body, xxvi. 293 
Beaufremont, Sieur de, prisoner at Poitiers, i. 

214 (a), 215 (6), 245 (c) 
Beaujeu, John de, xxviii. 186 
Beaukaire, William, payments to at funeral of 

Edward II., 1. 217, 220 
Beaulieu, Hants, abbey of, xxii. 144 

Founded by king John, viii. 14 
A sanctuary, viii. 41 
Roman villas at, xlviii. 233 



Beaumains, Philip de, viii. 428 
Beaumanoir, Mareschal, vi. 145 
Beaumaris, Wales, iv. 27 ; xx. 46 
Castle, xx. 114, 161 

Founded by Edward I., i. 282 (a), 284 

(b), 305 (c) 
Henry, xxvi. 326 
Henry, lord, xl. 236 
John, viscount, xxix. 312, 329, 335 
Sir John, xxxii. 143 
John, i. 369 (a), 372 (I), 397 (c) 
Joseph, xviii. 31 
Lewis de, bishop of Durham, xxiv. 150 ; 

xxvi. 328 
Taken prisoner by Gilbert Middleton. 

xxvi. 326 
Mr., xxxvii. 242 
Philip de, xii. 213 
Ralph, xliii. S4 
Richard de, xxviii. 184 
Robert de, xliii. 84 
Robert, earl of Leicester, surnamed Blancli- 

mains, i. 45 (a) (I,), 50 (<) 
Robert, earl of Leicester, surnamed Bossu, 

i. 45 (a) (I,). 50 (r) 
Roger de, xxvii. 22, 25 
Viconte de, prisoner at Poitiers, i. 213 (). 

214 (I), 234 (<) 
William, lord, xl. 236 
Beaumont, knight's fee in, xlvii. 130 
Bcaunc, Burgundy, picture of the Judgment at. 

xxxvi. 387 

Beaupe, David, xl. 390 
Beaurain, Jean de, iii. 216 
Beauvais, Basse (Euvro at, xxv. 176 ; xxvi. 27 
Tapestry at, xxxvi. 453 
Cathedral of, xxv. 160 
Bernard de, xxxvi. 404 

Beauvale, Carthusian monastery at, xiii. 255 
Beauvicine Fort, xxii. 386 
Beauvivre, Daniel, xxvii. 175 
Beauvoir, Osmond, iv. 209 ; xi. 109 
Beaver skins, standard of value in Canada, iv. 61 
Beavers, see " Costume " 

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Beaworth, Hants, coins found at, xxvi. 1 
Bebe, Egypt, xxi. 396 
Bebe, John, xliii. 224 
Bebra, tee Arms 
Bee, abbey of, xliii. 83 
Customs of, xlix. 227 
Abbot of, had a stall at Wells, xlv. 149 
Anthony, bishop of Durham, v. 336 ; xxiv. 

156 ; xxxix. 218 
Arms of, v. 336 
Dagger thought to have belonged to, xii. 

408 
Said mass at the burial of Edward I., iii. 

397 

Hugo, iii. 72 

Beccheham, Norfolk, viii. '234 
Beccles, corporation lands at, xlvi. 414 
Bcccori, the company of, at Lucca, xxviii. 243 
Bechadie, a Norman poet, xii. 300 
Bech, .Sir William de la, xxvi. 342 
Heche. Sir Henry de la, xxxi. 2*7 

Philip de la. xxvi. 326 
Bechen, Christopher, xlii. 298 
Hecher, alderman, xix. 264 
Beck, A., xvi. ">0. 7s 
.loan de, xxxix. 441 
William, xiii. 21 : xliv. 464 
Beckenham, Kent. viii. 220 

Plague at, xxxvii. 20 
Becket Chasse, the, xliii. 138 
Bccket, John, xxii. 20 

Thomas a. archbishop of Canterbury, i. 24 (a) 
(b), 25 (r); iv. 126; vi. 117; ix. 
41 ; xxiii. 312, 313, 350 
Charters attested by, xlix. 213 ; 1. 252, 259 
Consecration of, painting of, iii. 190 
Incidents relating to, 1. 297300 
Lead tokens representing, xxxviii. 132 
Martyrdom of, fresco of, at Preston, 

Sussex, xxiii. 316 

In stained glass at Brereton, Che- 
shire, ix. 368 ; x. 50, 334 
On seal, x. 386 xi. 87 ; xvii. 339 ; 

xxvi. 298 
Pageant of, xxxi. 207 



Becket continued 

Name expunged from service-books, x. 

274 

Pardon of, xxv. 473 

William, his essay on antiquity of touching for 
king's evil mentioned, i. xxxv (a), xxxvi 
(b), xxxvii (c) 

" Becket "K shoe-buckle," stone so called, 1. 142 
Beckett, Berkshire, garden house at, vii. 128 
Beckett, Mr., xlv. 67 
Bcckford church, Gloucestershire, sculpture at, 

xlvii. 172 

Tympanum at, xlvii. 167 
British coin found at, xxxiii. 190 
Beckbam, Norfolk, viii. 234 
Beckley, Oxfordshire, Benedictine nunnery in, 

xlvii. 50 
Bcckwith. Dr., xv. 336 

Thomas, v. 226 
Beckyngton, Thomas, bishop of Bath and Wells, 

xlv. I'.HJ 
Becla, v. 170 
Becon, Thomas, xii. 364 

Beconagium, a tax for maintaining beacons, i. 4 
Bective abbey, Ii-eland, xxxviii. 159 
Bed, the king's, on the ceremonial of making, by 

JOHN CHAKI,ES BHOOKK, iv. 311 
Cover of, xxi. 257 
Powdered with garters, xxxi. 119 
A " rynnyng," xxi. 264 
Fanes of, xxv. 475 
Bcda, his shrine, i. 24 (a) (6), 25 (r) 

Passage in his ecclesiastical history explained, 
by JOHN WATSON, i. 221 (a), 222 (6), 
242 (c) 
Reference to, as to Caesar's passage of the 

Thames, i. 188 (a), 189 (b), 208 (c) 
Hymns of, xiv. 177 
His account of Roman desertion of Britain, 

xii. 427 

Chronology of, xliv. 350 
His account of Jntish invasion of Kent, xliv. 

363 
Bcdale, barony of, iii. 301 

Church, Yorkshire, chimney in tower, xxiii. 13 



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Bedd, xxxv. 234 

Beddingham, Sussex, discoveries at, xiv. 272 

Beddington, Surrey, ix. 104 

Garden, xii. 182 
Beddlestead, Surrey, xxxvi. 125 
Bede, John, xliii. 223 

William, xxiv. 323 
Bedeforde, Gilbert de, xxviii. 297 
Bedel, Mistress, xix. 284 

Richer le, xxxvii. 275 
Bedell, Mr., xviii. 78 
Beden', Augnstin, bishop of, suffragan of Exeter, 

xviii. 415 

Bederiana, probable site of, xlix. 141, 142, 143 
Bederna, Yorks, i. 179 (a) (6), 198 (e) 
Bedfellow, the term, xxiii. 42 
Bedford, barony of, ii. 329, 334 

Countess of, see Russell, Lucy 

Duke of, see Plantagenet, John ; Russell, 
John ; Tudor, Jasper ; Nevil, George 

Earl of, see Russell, Francis ; Russell, John 

John, xxxiv. 337 

Richard, the bastard of, seal of, xxxviii. 
147 

Thomas, xxxvii. 198 

Sir William, xxxv. 325 
Bedford, bronze mirror found at, xl. 510 

Roman shaft found near, xlvi. 449 

Mint at, xxvi. 8, 17 

Castle, besieged by king John, iv. 384 
Bedford missal, the, in British museum, descrip- 
tion of figures in, xlix. 250, 251 
Bedford Purlieus, Northamptonshire, Roman 

remains found at, xxxii. 1 
Bedfordshire mats, xix. 296 

Sedilia in, x. 294 
Bedgbury, Kent, xiii. 109 
Bedingfelde, Mr., xxxvi. 37 
Bedingfield, Lady, xxi. 14 ; xxv. 483 

Sir Edmund, xliii. 245 

Edmund, xxv. 429 

Sir Thomas, xxv. 429, 483 
Bedmont, Hertfordshire, flint implement found 

at, xxxix. 73 
Bedo, William, xxxvii. 491 ; xl. 391, 393 



Bedome, William, xxv. 563 
Bedon, John, xxv. 496 

Nicholas, xxv. 421 
Bedouins, xv. 155 ; xxxiv. 370 
Bedrestorp, Yorkshire, v. 196 
Bedroom furniture, 16th century, xlviii. 125 

130, 137139, 150 

Bedruthan, Cornwall, cliff castle at, xliv. 424 
Bedstead carved at Borestall, iii. 15 

Of iron at Pompeii, iv. 164 
Bedwin, Great, i. 58 (a) (6), 64 (<) 
Bedyll, Thomas, xxv. 95 
Bedyngfield, Mr., xxv. 422 

Sir Edmund, xxv. 425 

Edmund, xxv. 425 

Francis, xxv. 544 

Sir Thomas, xxv. 429, 447, 449 
Bee, symbol of worship of Mithra, xlviii. 23. 24 

Form of Cornish barrow " Kuril Gluze," 
xlix. 190 

Furlong, land in Oxfordshire, xxxiii. 27(i 

Keeper, the, xxxiii. 27(! 

Hive on armour, xxii. 107 

Hive houses, xxxviii. 153 
In Italy, 1. 407 
Huts, xlvi. 451 

Beech mast from lake dwellings, xxxviii. Is.'i 
Beech-wood potash, used for making Gothic 

glass, xlvi. 103, 114 
Beecher, William, xxxix. 464 
Beechy, Captain F. W., xxxiv. 239, 241; xxxix. 2SU 
Beeding, Sussex, coffin at, xliv. 14 
Beedon, Berkshire, xiii. 290 
Beck, Walter, xvii. 298 

William, xxxiv. 44 

BEEKE, HEXRY, on ancient inhabitants, Roman 
stations, and Roman roads in and near 
Berkshire, xv. 179 

Marmaduke, xii. 387 
Beeld, a shed, vii. 417 
Beels, Johanna, xxv. 505 

Robert, xxv. 505 
Beer-glasses (1519), xxv. 423 
Beer, fines for selling, contrary to assize, 1. 372 
Beere, Thomas, xii. 386 ; xxv. 503 



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Bees, hives of, xli. 4 ; xlii. 274 

Of gold, viii. 181 
Boesley, A., xxxiii. 333 
Beeston castle, Nottinghamshire, xx. 122 

Well in, iv. 393 
Beeston, Cuthbert, xxiii. 301 

George, xxxiv. '297, 305 
Beetles, larva- of, found in grave, xxvi. 294 

Worshipped in Egypt, iv. 242 
Begare. abbey of, in Brittany, xvi. 326 

Alien cell of, NICHOLAS CAKLISLE on, xvi. 

32<; 

Beggars, nt crosses, xiii. 21(5 

Monastic regulations about, xlvii. 31 
Beggars' tythe, Moulton, Yorkshire, xvi. .'526 
Hi-glerbrg, titlo of the chief of Asterabad, xxx. 

_' is 

Begraves, monastery at, xxxiii. 82 
Bchaitn, Martin, xl. 7 
He-hum, Hans Scbuld, xxxviii. 61 
Bchistun. sculptured rock at, Slit HKXI.V RAW- 

I.INMI.V on, xxxiv. 7.'i 
Scythic writing at, xxxiv. 70 
Beighton, Mr., his survey of Warwickshire men- 
tioned, i. <>U(<i) (b), (57 (c) 
Brighton, Suffolk, round church tower at, xxiii. 

12, II 

Beiltain, the, set- Beltein, the 
Beithsheire, explained, vii. 277 
Beitonally, inscription at, xxxiv. 386, 387 
Bek, Thomas, xxviii. 275, 27(5 
Beke, Alice, iii. 299 
BKKK, CIIAKI.KS T., on church of Martula Hariam, 

in Abyssinia, xxxii. 38, 57 
John, iii. 299 
Margaret, iii. 299 

Bekenesfeld, Richard de, xxxi. 159 
Bokct, Nicholas, agreement with by Ramble 

priory, temp. Henry III., 1. 253, 259 
Bekhorne, a, xliii. 240 
Bekyngton, Thomas, i. 89 (a) (b). 101 (c) 
Bel, the Babylonian, xxxii. 176 
Bel, Gooffroi le, comte da Mans, arms of, xxiv. 

269 



Bel, John le, historian, v. 31 
Bela, king, legend of the flight of, xlviii. 57 
Bel Air, cemetery of, xxxiv. 184 
Belamy, John, xxxvii. 287 ; xlii. 273 

Surname of a tenant at Rothley, xlvii. 100 
Belatucader, i. 309 (a), 311 (b), 333 (c) 

SAMUEL PEUGE, on, iii. 101 

Roman altar inscribed to, RICHARD GOUOH 
on, x. 118 

Altar inscribed to, xi. 65 

List of inscriptions to, x. 118 
Belchainp manor, belonging to St. Paul's, 1. 489 
BELDAM, JOSEPH, on Pelasgic and Latin vases, 
xxxviii. 188 

On Koyston court-house, xl. 119 
Beldcck, Laurence, xi. 299 
Bcleoh, xxv. 290 

Belenus, i. 310 (a), 311 (6), 334 (c) 
Belerium, or Lands End (Ptolemy), xlviii. 391 

Tin mines of, xlviii. 248 
Belescote, Mathow, xxxvii. 496 
Belesme, Roger, built Bridgnorth castle, iii. 

Ill 

Bolesmo, Roger de, xx. 576 
Belet, Alicia, xxxi. 117 

William, xxxix. 192 
Heleth, John, xxxvi. 154 
Belethus, ii. 62 

John, xxxv. 302 

Belfast, Ireland, a refuge for Protestants during 
the massacre of 1641, i. 103 (a), 104(6), 
115 (c) 

Belford, Sir William, xxxv. 325 
Belfore, Sir William, xxxv. 329 
Belfry, a shed, xlvi. 377 

Belgae, the, xii. 132; xv. 185; xvi. 98, 108; 
xxv. 9 

Called Bolg or Volg, ii. 248 

Settled in Britain, ii. 248 
Belgrade, see Singidunum 
Belgrave, vii. 85 
Belhuse, Tebaad de, xxxix. 441 
Belibns, xxxii. 176 
Belindi, xxxi. 297 



BEL 



71 



Belinsgate, ix. 101 

Belisama, river (Ptolemy), xlviii. 393 

Belisarius, xxv. 602; xlv. 421 

Belishannon, Ireland, treasure discovered at by 

means of a harper's song, xxv. .574 
Belknap, family arms and crest of, i. 4, 5 

Sir Edward, iii. 204; xxi. 176, 181 
Bell founder, xxxiv. 65 
Bell gable, Agen, Prance, xxxvi. 7 
Bell Tower, Westminster, JOSEPH HUNTER on, 

xxxvii. 23 
Bell, an inn sign at Northampton, xlviii. 2C4 

A paper mark, xxxvii. 450 

Called Stella Maris, x. 88 

Found at Glenade, Leitrim, xxvii. 400 

Ringing at Exeter cathedral, xviii. 408 

Roman, found at Boxmoor, Hertfordshire, 
xxxv. 62 

Roman, found at Chesterford, xxxv. G2 

Roman, found in London, xxix. 271 

Roman, found at Heydon, xxxv. 62 

St. Anthony's, xli. 352 

Taken at Cadiz (1696), xxii. 178 

The winter, xxxv. 440 
Bell, Family of, xxii. 168, 169, 170 

Mr., ii. 222 ; vii. 393 ; xviii. 78 ; xxiv. 325 

Lady, xxv. 569 

BELL, BEAUPRE, on horologia of the ancients, vi. 
133143 

Doyne C., xlv. 313, 315 ; exhibits gold 
ornament, xliii. 557 

Essabell, xli. 338 

Sir John, xli. 348 

John, ii. 133 ; vii. 393 ; xxv. 508 ; xxxvii. 2 ; 
xl. 347, 351 

John, bishop of Worcester, xxiii. 59 

Matthew, xxx. 57 

Richard, bishop of Carlisle (1478), 1. 189 

Robert C., xxxix. 43 
Bella, Stephano della, drawings by, i. 135 (a) (&), 

149 (c) 

Bellai, Mons. du, iii. 196, 198 
Bellamee, Robert, xli. 356 
Bellamont, Henry de, xiv. 270 



Bellamy, Richard, xxvii. 374 

Bellardi, the, Italian merchants, xxviii. 249 

Bellannin, Robert, xxxi. 414 

Bellasyse, John, lord, xxxvii. 158 

Thomas, viscount Falconberg, embassy to 

Italy of (1669), xxxvii. 158 
Belle, George, xxii. 171 
Belleperche, xx. 56, 236 
Bellerophon, v. 8 

On ancient vase, xxiii. 139 
Belleville, La Tonrniole de, near Dieppe, xxxv. 

10-4 

Bellewe, Joanc, iii. 297 
Bellewe, Sir John, iii. 297 

Sibell, iii. 297 
Bellhouse, Emme, xxxvii. 338 

Sir Richard, xxxvii. 338 
Belli, Valerio, xlv. 18 
Bellicaldit, xx. 76, 77 
Bellingcm, Thomas, xxxix. 466 
Ik'llingham, Northumberland, gold armlet and 

bron/e axe found at, xlv. .'!~n, :!71 
Boilings, Sir Richard, xxxv. 341 
Bellini, Giovanni, drawings by, i. 131 (n) (/>), 

145 (c) 

Bellman, Laurence, xli. 349 
Bellman's Acre, field so called, xlvi. 42U 
Bello, or Battle, John de, xxix. 182, 1S.1 
Bello Oampo, de, sec Beanchamp 
Bellomonte, Alice de, vi. 147 

Henry de, xxxii. 124 

Robert de, xxxii. 124 
Bellorius, Petrus, ii. 37 
Bellowe, a priest, xxv. 393 
Bellows, used by ancient nations, xlvi. 108 
Bellows, Mr., xlv. 99 
Bells, xv. 266 ; xxiii. 11 ; xxiv. 39 

Called " Devil's trumpets," xxiii. 21 

Called Wyron, xxxvii. 25 

Chime, xviii. 324 

Exchanged, xxxv. 450 

For hawks, xxv. 436 

For spaniels, xxv. 436 

For tournaments, xvii. 300 



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BEL-BEN 



Bells continued 

Fox, -acviii. 324 

From Kingsholm, Gloucestershire, x. 133 ; 
xviii. 122 

In crown, xv. 288 

In Gundulf 8 tower at Rochester cathedral, 
xlix. 326 

Inscriptions on, Chalk, Kent, xi. 369 
Saint Mary's, Oxford, xlii. 490 

Invention of, ii. 83 

Iron, in a grave, xli. 419 

Of Saint Senanus, xxi. 559 

Of silver, xviii. 37; xlii. 409 

( Dilations relating to, xviii. 390 

On dog collars, xxv. 123 

On trappings of horses, xx. 503 

Marks on curds, viii. 153 

Mexican, xxx. 142 

Kinging for the dead, xlvi. 197 

Kung from outside church at Kelso and 
Kildare, ii. H3 

Sanctus bell rope, xxxv. 422 

Tlie Arnnclel ring, xx. ">1 
Hellville, Geoffrey <le, xxix. 45 
Itelman Lawne, a place not identified, xlviii. 142 
Helniavne. Mons., xii. 389 
Helmeis, Richard de, xliii. 207 
liclmont, stone at, xiii. 215 
Betombeg, Roman sepulchral slab at, xlix. 102 
Ik-Ion, Mons.. iv. 229 
Helper, Derbyshire, plague at, vi. 81 
Helrophe, the pod of healing, v. 10 
Belt fastening, xxxv. 109 
Heltcin, the, vii. 102 ; xvi. 266 ; xvii. 140 
Melton, Lincolnshire, xlii. 307 

Figure of All Hallows at, xlvii. 483 
Beltont, a hill fort in Sussex, xlii. 32 
Heltune, Thomas de, xlv. 453 
BEI.TZ, GEORGE FREDERICK, on the coffin-plate of 
( ! unililii. sister of Harold II., xxv. 398 

On the public entry of Henry VIII. into 
Tournai, and letter of Katherine of 
Arragon to the authorities on the birth 
of princess Mary, xxvii. 257 



Beltz continued 

On the last achievement, illness, and death 
of Sir Philip Sidney, xxviii. 27 

On the narratives of the battle of Cressy, 
xxviii. 171 

On some knights of the Garter, xxxi. 156, 157 
Belus, xvii. 120; xxxiv. 173 

Tower of, xviii. 244, 252 
Belvoir castle, iv. 411 

Priory, xvii. 316 
Belward, William, xxxiii. 57, 58 
Belwode, Thomas, xxxvi. 267 
Belz, xxv. 220 
Bembergs, see Arms 
Bembridge Point, iii. 264 
Bcme, a trumpet, xxx. 304 
Bcmflete, xv. 268 
Benat, Captain, xxxvii. 236 
lienaventa, Bennavenna, or Borough Hill, Daven- 

ti-y, xxxv. 383 

Benbow, Thomas, xxxviii. 44 
Hcncoolen, eating dead bodies practised in, v. 276 
Bendebowe, John, xii. 373 
Bendocdar, sultan of Babylon, xv. 255 
Benedict XIII. pope, xxviii. 92 
Benedict, saint, figure of, on a bowl, xxiii. 393 

Illumination of, xxiv. 105 

Representation of, 1. 168 

Benedictine abbeys, influence of Roman ideas on 
buildings of, xlviii. 231 

In Somersetshiie, 1. 360 
Benediction, episcopal, xxiv. 1, 3, 4, 7, 9, 17 

Ordinary sacei-dotal, xxiv. 3 

For various days, xxiv. 51 116, 125, 126 ; 

xxv. 255, 256, 261, 265, 274 
Benedictionale of St. Aethelwold, xxiv. 1 117 

Of archbishop Robert, xxiv. 118 

Belonging to St. Paul's (1245), 1. 451,498,499 
Ben-Djemma, Malta, skull from, xl. 491 
Benefeild, Sir Henry, xxxvii. 490 
Benefield, Mr., i. xvii 
Benefield, Northants, x. 291 ; xi. 385 
Benenden, Kent, xxxv. 450 
Benestede, Robert de, xxxvi. 402 



BEN-BER 



73 



Benet, Dr., letter of Henry VIII. to, xvi. 181 

William, a priest, his letter to the earl of 

Arundel, xxxi. 393 

Benetson, William, will of (1392), 1. 183 
Benett, Henry, xliii. 216 

Robert, xliii. 231 
Benevde, Hants, x. 183 
Benevento, xxxvii. 50 

Cardinals of, xliii. 167 

Duchy of, iv. 199 
Beneyt, John, xxxvii. 284 
Benfai, Sir John, xxvi. 327 
Beng, Sir Thomas, xvi. 92 
Bengal, rain-cult among the Kol tribes of, xlix. 

108 

Bengalian alphabet, ii. 228 
Bengiizi, Barbary, Greek vases found at, xxxii. 

401 
Benham castle, ix. 107 

Meadow, near Dorking, Surrey, ix. 102, 107 
Benham Valance, xxxii. 3G8 
Benhull, Adam de, xxxvii. 281 
Benhulle, Richard de, xxxvii. 281 
Beniamyn, a spice (?), xxxiii. 222 
Benich, Levina, xxxix. 30 

Simon, xxxix. 30, 39 
Beninas, Egypt, xxi. 371 
Benincol, Yorkshire, vi. 43 
Bening, Simon, xliii. 12 
Benington, Lincolnshire, xi. 385 

Font at, x. 193 

Sedilia at, x. 296 
Benistone, xlv. 429 
Benitier, for holy water, xi. 150, 365 
Benjamin, a Jew, vi. 165 
Benlli Gawr, xxvi. 430 
Bennavenna, near Daventry, xxxv. 383 

Map of neighbourhood, xxxv. 394 
Benneit, William, x. 72 
Bennet Holme abbey, xxi. 246 
BENNET, REV. JAMES ARTHUR, account of papers 
relating to the royal jewel house in the 
sixteenth and seventeenth centuries, 
xlviii. 201 



Bennet continued 

John, xii. 371 

Mr., xxi. 164 

Sir Simon, xxxix. 243 

Stephen, xxiv. 245 

Thomas, xxxvi. 233 

William, x. 71 

BKXXKTT, HKXUV GKKV, on rolls of payrus from 
Herculaneum, .xv. 114 

B., governor of the Bermudas, xlvii. hi 

Nathaniel, xxv. 593 

William, xxv. 539 
Bennones, xiii. 214 
Bunoit, Anglo-Normnn poet, xii. 314; xxx. 237, 

23* : xxxii. 112, 113 
Benolte, Thomas, Clarencieux king-of-arms, 

xlvii. 2! i!) 
Benouville, Normandy, clench bolts found at. 

xlvii. 437 
Bensbiiry, name of a camp at Wimbledon, Surrey, 

xxxi. 51!) 

Bcnsi'ord bridge, xii. 4*1 
Benson, Martin, bishop (if Gloucester, ix. 10 

Peter, printer, xxv. 103 
Bcnstcde, Sir John de, xxvi. 322, 33u 

John de, vii. 41s 

Bensyngton, Oxfordshire, xxxiv. 44 
Bentham, James, xiv. lot!. Ins 

On discoveries in Kly cathedral, ii. 3ii| 
Bentivoglio, Giovanni, statue of. in church ol S. 

Giacomo Maggiore. Bologna, xviii. l!(5 
Bentley, Warwickshire, x. 21(3 ; xxv. .'!" 

Yorkshire, xxvi. 320; xlii. 402 
Bentley, Alice, xxxi. 271 

Mr., v. 320 

Richard, xxxix. 50 

Thomas, xxv. 388 
Benyfeld, Mr., xxv. 432 
Beorn, v. 206 
Beornege, xxx. 221 
Beornwulf, king, xix. 110, 112, 304 
Beowulf, xxviii. 330 ; xxxi. 402, 403 
Bera, near Exeter, xviii. 389 
Beraldus, seal of, xxi. 548 



74 



BER 



Berar, vii. 7 

Beraud, Pere, ix. 236 

Berberias, xxvi. 359 

Bercario, surname of a tenant at Rothley, xlvii. 

101 

Bcrch, Charles, viii. 431 
Berch, Yorks, v. 195 
Berde, Sir John, xli. 385 
Berden, Walter de, xlvii. 181 
Berdic, a minstrel, xii. 300 
Bei-dmore, Dr., xiii. 157 

Here. John de la, bishop of St. Davids, xxix. 
:i22 

Richard de In, xxxi. 159 

Simon de la, xxxix. 441, 442 

T., xlii. 20f> 
Here Regis, Dorsetshire, viii. 221 

Roman remains at, CHAKI.KS WARSK on, 

xxxix. 85, 91 

Berebrewer, Amold, xxxvii. 337 
Ik'ii'ford, Simon dc, xxvii. 275 
Berenger, count, xlv. 241 

Sir Ingelram, xxvi. 344 
Berewic. x. 2154 
Berg, meaning of. xxviii. 41"> 
Bergamo, xliv. 133 
Bergavenny, sec Abergavenny 
Bergen, Riigen, Marienkirche at, xxxix. 96 
Bergen-op-Zoom, xx. 516 
Berger, see Costume 
Bergetorp, vi. 43 
Bergevene, William, xlv. 186 
Bergh, vi. 42 

Bergh, Bernard, xxvii. 295 
Berghen, Norway, xxii. 33, 48 
Bergwin, archbishop of Canterbury, x. 37 
Berhtulf, king of Mercia, ii. 78 ; see also Coins 
Bcrhtwald, king of Wessex, xxxvii. 260 
Beriffe, Mr., xii. 32 
Beringhen, Pierre de, xxxix. 157 
Berishowle, Ireland, xxvii. 132 
Berkeley (Gloucestershire), castle, garrison of in 
1644, xiv. 122, 131 
Siege of, xlvi. 17 



Berkeley continued 

Death of Edward II. at, 1. 215 
Church, font at, x. 189 

Consecration crosses in, xlviii. 46) 
Manor of, xxxix. 198 
Berkeley, Mr., xviii. 29 

Viscount, see Berkeley, William de 

George, xxxiii. 205 

Giles de, xxxix. 441 

Henry, lord Berkeley, xii. 387 

James, xxv. 320 

John, i. 369 (a), 372 (4), 397 (c) 

John de, built an aisle to Cubberley church, 

Gloucestershire, ii. 296 
Mary, xiii. 261 
Sir Maurice, xlii. 77 
Maurice, xxv. 320 
Sir Richard, xxxvii. 355, 490 
Richard, xxv. 320 
Rissa de, xxvi. 351 
Roger de, xxvi. 351 ; xxxi. 514 
Sir Thomas de, xxvii. 274; xxix. 441 ; xxxix. 

396 
Thomas de, custody of Edward II. by, 1. 216, 

218, 221 
William, i. 352 (a), 354 (b), 379 (c) ; xxxi. 

513 
William de, viscount Berkeley, i. 351 (a), 

353 (4), 378 (c) 
Berkelly, xx. 65, 192 
Berkhampstead, Hertfordshire, xiii. 14; xx. 126, 

214; xxvi. 340 

Monumental brass at, ii. 297 ; xxx. 124 
Berkholt, Suffolk, xii. 36 
Berking, William de, xxxv. 466 
Berkshire, ancient inhabitants of, xv. 179 
Hoar stones in, xxv. 52 
Pits in, DAINES BAKRINGTON on, vii. 236 
Roman stations in, xv. 179 
The White Horse in, xxxi. 289, 298 
Berksteede, Stephen de, bishop of Chichester, 

xlv. 195 
Berlin, church tower in, xxi. 158 

End of building at, dated 1642, xxi. 158 



BER 



75 



Berlin continued 

Gable of church in, of moulded bricks, xxi. 
158 

Instrument of torture at, xxvii. 249 

Klosterkirche at, xxxix. 98 

Windows in a church at, xxi. 158 

Glass bead at, xlv. 308 

Sword at, xlv. 261 
Berling, Sussex, barrow at, xvii. 338 

Manor belonging to St. Paul's, 1. 48(5 
Bermetun, Durham, v. 198 

Bermingham, baron of Athenry, Coimaught, 
xxvii. 125 

Family of, xxvii. 125 

Mr., iii. 298 

Henry, xxiv. 323, 324 

Berrr.ondscy, abbot of, see Marlow, John dc 
Bermondscy, Surrey, plague at, xxxvii. 17 

Priory of, xx. 58 

Bermuda, constitutional history of, xlvii. (35 82 
Bermudas, the, iii. 56 
Bernard, viii. 237 
Bernard Castle, sec Barnard Castle 
Bernard, St., xxxii. 369 

Crosier of, xvii. 37 

Preached against cards, viii. 158, 166* 
Bernard, Dr., ii. 220; vi. 221 ; viii. 295 

Henry, xxxvii. 278 

King of Italy, xxxvi. 154 

Of Senlis, xlv. 241 

Reginald, xxxvii. 277 

William, x. 98; xxxvii. 435 
Bernardi, Cecilia, xviii. 96 

Giovanni, xlv. 23 

Lambert, xlv. 165 

Theodore, iii. 270; viii. 421 
Bernardus, a fabulist, xiii. 55 
Bernauerinn, Agnes, xxxviii. 61 
Bernay, Normandy, xx. 482 

Excavations at, xxxviii. 66 
Berne, Girald 0', xx. 243 

Henry de la, xxviii. 9 
Berners, John de, xxxix. 441 

Rauf de, xxxix. 441 



Berneville, Henry de, xl. 441 
Bernewy, Ralph, xxxvii. 288 
Berney, xvii. 312 

Walter de, v. 26 
Berneye, Sir John, xiii. 130 
Bernwood, Bucks, i. 176 (a) (A), 195 (<) 

Forest of, i. 177 () (A), 196 (c) ; iii. 15 

Rangership of, held by a horn, iii. 3 

Boar killed there, iii. 4 

Bernini, Giovanni Lorenzo, i. 134 (a) (A), 148 (c) 
Bernou-Maisnil, Gaufrid de, xlv. 457 
Uernyngham, Sir John de, xx.xi. 146 

John de, xxxi. 7S 
Berowes, Ales, xli. 369 
Berosus, invented concave dial, x. 175 
Berqncs, Mount of Piety at, xxix. 275 
Berrettini, Pietro, drawings by, i. 134 (") (/-). 

148 (r) 
Berry, province of France, i. 212 (a), 213 (l>). 

' 2:(<-) 

The, a field at Bignor, Sussex, xviii. 203 

Hill, Surrey, ix. 102 

Wood Hill, ix. 105 
Bony, Thomas, xli. .'!ii'. > 
Berrystead, Buckinghamshire, xxxv. ! v " 
Berserkar, the, description of, xxiv. 271 
Berta, name of a saint in MS. psalter, xlvi L! II 
Berta-Mesnil, xxvi. 358 
Herte, Almaric, xxviii. 245 

Beltin, xxviii. 245 
Bertha, queen, i. 143 () (b), 158 (c) 
Berthelet, Thomas, xxxvi. 21 
Berthond, Ferdinand, xxxiii. 11, 17 
Berthwold, seal of, xviii. 48 
Bertie, Mr., v. 115 

Richard, lord Willoughby, xli. 369 

Thomas, xli. 369 
Bertin, St., xxv. 146, 147 
Berton, Kent, i. 325 (a), 328 (i), 350 (c) 
Berton, Henry, xxxiii. 16 

BERTRAM, CHARLES JULIOS, the " De Situ Britan- 
niae," attributed to Richard of Ciren- 
cester of, quoted or referred to, i. 65 (o) (l>), 
73 (c), 71 (a) (A), 79 (c), 219 (a), 220 (6 
L2 



76 



BER-BEV 



Bertram continued 

240 (c), 324 (a), 326 (6), 349 (c), 328 (a), 
330 (6), 353 (r) ; iii. 182 ; iv. 4 ; v. 330; 
ix. 277, 282, 283 ; xv. 179, 184, 186 ; xvi. 
107, 127, 145, 146, 150 ; xviii. 123, 125, 
203; xxii. 50; xxv. 127, 131, 132, 136, 
144; xxvi. 468; xxviii. 449; xxix. 8; 
xxxvi. 420 ; xxxix. 89 
(tauter, xxxix. 441 
Robert, xxxix. 441 
Roger, xxxix. 441 
St., residence of, at Ham, 1. 294 
Bertrand, Alexandre, xlv. 262 
Bertnlmen, John, xxxviii. 272 
Uerwick-upon-Tweed, xviii. 7."> ; xx. 65, 160; xxi. 
t>:t ; xxvi. :i:il ; xxx. 160 

Armory at. xxxvii. 4S5 

Bownkill tower at, xi. -138 

Castle of. xi. 433 

Clayton's towers at, \i. 437 

Corporation lands at, xlvi. 410, 414, 416 

Indenture of delivery of, xi. 4315 

Surrendered to Seots (1461), xlvii. li<!7 

Mint at, xxiv. 159; xxviii. 52, 53, 60, (il 
Berwick herald, i. 354 (-1), 356 (It), 38 > (c) 
Berwick, Cnpt., wrote a book to show the inferi- 
ority of the bow to fire-arms, xxii. 73 
Berwinus, priest of St. Omer, xxxi. 233 
Herwvn mountains, Denbighshire, ii. 147 
Herys, xxi. 259 

Besage, horses so called, iii. 157 
Besancon. an oculist's stamp found at, ix. 233 
Besant, Robert, xxxvi. 403 
Hesants, Ralph de, xxxvi. 405 
Bcsbicho, Matthew, xxxv. 13 
Besborough, William, earl of, vii. 179 
Besile, Joan de, xxxix. 441 
Bcsingham, iii. 200 
Bessacas, Peter, xxxi. 414 
Besselsleigh church, Berkshire, xxxvii. 136 
Bessin, the, xlv. 246 
Bessye, Richard, xxv. 418 
Best, Richard, xli. 358 
Beaton, Adam, xxxviii. 40 



Boston continued 

Cnthbert, xxxviii. 40 

George, xii. 387 

William, xxxviii. 50 
Betchworth, Surrey, xxvii. 392 
Betham, Westmorland, coins found at, xxxiv. 446 
Betham, Dr., xiii. 262 

Sir William, xxii. 422 

Communicates Bills in Chancery concerning 

Edmund Spencer, xxi. 551 
Bethel, ii. 243 ; xxv. 190 

Stone pillar at, xiii. 209 
Bethesda, Pool of, xliv. 39 
Bcth-luis-nion, the Irish alphabet, ii. 258 
liethun, Robert, bishop of Hereford, xvii. 318 
Betrothal, xxxviii. 108 
Betrothing penny, or token, xvii. 124 
Bets, William, xxv. 502 
Bette, William, xxxi. 5 
Bettenson, Sir Richard, xl. 132 
Bettes, Frapyn, xxxi. 88 
Belts, Robert, xxv. 593 
Bettus, Caernarvonshire, xx. 580 
lieuers, Mons. dc, xviii. 34 
Heuil, Faucher de, xvii. 316 
Heiikayre, William, xxvii. 295 
Beule, professor, his excavations at Carthage, 

xxxviii. 23.'5 
Beumund, Godfrey de, xxxix. 441 

William de, xxxix. 441 
Bcuraria, Drogo de, vi. 45; xxvi. 353 
Bever, John, xxxviii. 23 
Bcverege, a friar, burnt for heresy in Edinburgh 

(1539), xxii. 7 
Bcvercn, xxvi. 267 
Beverley, Yorks, xxxviii. 391 

Boy bishop at, ix. 43 

Coffin found at, xliv. 13 

Corporation pasturage, xlvi. 416 

Feast of fools at, xv. 231 

Sanctuary at, viii. 26, 27, 41 ; xvii. 198 
xx. 79 

Minster, font in, x. 186 
Fridstool in, viii. 27 



BEV-BIG 



77 



Beverley continued 

The gryphon carved in, xlviii. 370 

St. Mary's church, figures of minstrels in, 
xxi. 553 

St. John of, iv. 61 

SIR HENRY ELLIS on register of the sanc- 
tuary of, xvii. 198 

Beverley, Canada, glass beads found at, xlv. 304 
Beverley, Richard, x. 92, 94 

Robert, x. 73, 74, 82, 94 ; xii. 36'2 
Beverstone, Gloucestershire, xxxv. 450 
Bevill, Mr., i. 358 (a), 360 (A), 384 (r) ; 'xxxiv. 
155 

John, xxxiii. 225 

Matilda, xxxiii. 225 
Bevra, Terricus de, xxvi. 353 
Bevrere, Drogo de, vi. 45 ; xxvi. 353 
Bevisbury, Wilts, viii. 91 
Bevoit, a Norman poet, extract from, xvii. 99 
Bewcastle, Cumberland, ii. 51; xiv. 117; xxii. 
165, 169 

Roman altar found at, xi. 67, 69 

Runic column at, xiv. 113 

Runic inscription at, xxviii. 346 
Bexhill, Sussex, xxxiv. 241 
Bexley, Kent, xi. 385 ; xvii. 330 

Sedilia at, x. 289 
Beydone, William de, xxxvii. 284 
Beyer, Otto, xxii. 294 

Beyland, Peter, bishop of Bordeaux, xxxv. 361 
Beynun, Roger, xxviii. 14 
Bezant, v. 299, 304 
Bianchi, Monsignor, v. 176 

Ercole, xl. 16 

Giovanni, made observations on the tides of 

the Adriatic, iii. 342 
Biarg-runes, xxi. 131 
Bibars, sultan of Babylon, xv. 255 
Biberius, nickname for Tiberius, ix. 73 
Bible, xxxvi. 228 

Bought (1534), xxv. 550 

Geneva, i. 21 (a) (*), 23 (c) 

New (1561), i. 16 (a) (6), 18 (c) 

First printed, viii. 24 



Bible continued 

The right of printing, xxv. 102 
Belonging to St. Paul's (1245), 1. 451, 496 
Biblesworthin, Walter de, xxxix. 441 
Bibliotheca, meaning of, xxvi. 74 
Bibracte, xv. 179, 180, 186 
Bibrax, xv. 179 
Bibroci, the, xv. 179, 180, 182 
Bicester, Oxfordshire, ix. 204 
Bickenhill, Warwickshire, i. 6 

Hoar-thorn at, xxv. 34 
Bickernes, sen Arms 
Bickerton, Sir Richard, xvi. 214 
Bicknacre priory, Kssex, JOHN HKXXIKI.I: on, xi. 

255 

Bickiiam Spring, xxxvii. 119 
Bicknor church, Kent, xi. :{:!."> 
Bickorne, an anvil, xvii. 292 
Bid-ales, archaic origin of, 1. 107 
Biddbrookc, manor of, Essex, xxix. 178 
Biddeman, lieut.-col., xxxv. 314 
Biddenham, Bedfordshire, flint implements found 

at, xxxix. 69 

Field, Roman shaft found at, xlvi. 449 
Biddle house, xxxiii. 65 
Biddulph, Richard, xviii. 228, 235 
Bidwell, John, xxxii. 401 

Exhibits ring found a< Thetford, Suffolk, 

xxxi. 474 

Bie, Mons. de, xxxvii. 230 
Bienne, swords at, xlv. 259 

Lake, lake-dwellings on, xxxviii. 179 
Bier, xii. 314 

A, xii. 347 

Bifrons, Kent, xxxii. 423 
Biga on ancient vase, xxiii. 173 

Represented on Roman coins, ii. 45 
Bigamy, i.e., second marriage, xvii. 127 
Bigbury hill, triangular bricks found at, 1. 422 
Bigeste, site of, xlviii. 73, 74 
Biggin, a hall, i. 6 
Biggin, Warwickshire, xix. 78 
Biggleswade, Bedfordshire, xi. 385, 411 
Sedilia at, x. 294 



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Bignor, Sussex, Roman villa at, SAMUEL LYSONS 

on, xviii. 203 
Roman remains at, SAMUEL LYSONS on, xix. 

176 

SIR HUMPHRY DAVY on composition of colours 
found on walls of Roman villa at, xviii. 
222 
Seasons represented on mosaic pavement at, 

xviii. 205 

Bignor park, xviii. 171 

Bigod, Hugh, xii. 302; xxxi. 222; xxix. 441 
John, xxxix. -141 
Ralph, xxxix. 441 
Roger, xii. 141, 145, 102, 163, 164, 302; xxvi. 

2SS 

Seal of. xxi. 19S 
Bigorr'. \Villinin do, xvi. 4S, 75 
Migot. u friar of Rouen, xxxi. 414 
Huirh. earl of Norfolk, ii. 334 
Bihar, Roman site near, xlviii. 00 
Bikertoii, John do. xxxvi. '254 
Milburghham, William de, xi. 202 
Hiliors. a game, xiv. 253 
Mill, definition of. xxv. 34(5 

Rules for passing, in Bermuda assembly, 

xlvii. 71, 72 
The Gahvegian, x. 47S 
Billefeldt, xiii. 5 
Billericay. Kssex, ix. 380 
Billet moulding, xii. 1GO 
Bill-hooks (iron), the earliest iron tools, xlvi. 

43S, 43!) 
Discovered in Antrim, xlvi. 438 

At C'ahnrn, xlvi. 435, 438, 439,477 
At Cissbury, xlvi. 438 
At Gergovia, xlvi. 476 
At Hod Hill, xlvi. 438 
At Le Catillon, xlvi. 439 
At Nonfons, xlvi. 439 
In Chartres museum, xlvi. 439 
In Paris exhibition, xlvi. 439 
In Royal Irish Academy museum, xlvi. 
439 



Billing, Little, Northants, mansion at, RICHARD 

GOUGH on, x. 67 
Billingas, the, xxxiii. 109 
Billingborough, Lincolnshire, xi. 32 
Billingford, Norfolk, xxiii. 368 
Billinghurst, Sussex, ix. 101, 102 
Billingsley, Sir Henry, i. xx (a) (6), xxi (c) 
Billington, Thomas, xxvii. 374 
Billockby, Norfolk, xiv. 48 
Bilson, Sir Thomas, xliv. 402 
Binchestor, Durham, vii. 80, 160 ; x. 58 

Roman altar at, ix. 288 
Binck, Jacob, xxxix. 358; xlii. 255 
Bindcxtre, Mr., viii. 386 
Bindfeld, Henry, xxxviii. 51 
Binding, in oak boards, xlvi. 241 

Fifteenth century, 1. 75 

Hairy, belonging to St. Paul's (1245), 1. 

451, 497 

Iliiiiloii. Dorsetshire, xii. 391 
Bingham, family of, xxvii. 128 

Captain, xxxii. 143' 

C. W, xliii. 355 

Sir Richard, xxxii. 373; xxxiv. 154 
B ingle, Thomas, xxxv. 450 
Bingley, John, vii. 410 ; xl. 271 
Binham priory, Norfolk, xvii. 312 ; xxxiii. 140 

Capital at, xxxiii. 142 

Font at, x. 192 

Mouldings at, xii. 171 

Stringcourse at, xii. 172 
Bin hope, v. 216 
Binnion, Mr., xxxvii. 229 

Binns, Maria Ferdinandez, exhibits copy of mosaic 
picture of Hercules in the Garden of the 
Hesperides, xxx. 544 
Binsow, manor of, xlvii. 180 
Binss, Peter, xxviii. 36 
Binovium, vii. 161 
Biographical dictionary of Englishmen, need of 

one, xlvi. 9 

Biorhtelm, on a Saxon knife, xliv. 332 
Biorner, Mr., iii. 74 



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79 



Bipennis, see Arms 

Bipplestyde, xxxvi. 125 

Birago, Clement, xlv. 26 

Birchrod, mark used by masons, 1. 4 

Birch- tree bark, used for writing material by the 

Khalmucks, ii. 230 
Birch, Colonel, xxxvii. 213 
John, xxxvi. 27 
Mr., xxiv. 140 
Philip, xxxv. 221 
BIRCH, SAMUEL, xxxix. 505 

On an Egyptian tomb in the British Museum, 

xxix. Ill 
On myth represented on a vase in the 

British museum, xxix. 139 
On antiquities from the island of Sacrificios, 

xxx. 139 

On the Xanthian marbles, xxx. 176 
On vase representing the contest of Hercules 

and Juno, xxx. 342 
On Greek vase in the British Museum, xxx. 

540 
On a vase found at Sandy, Bedfordshire, 

xxxi. 254 
On figures of Anacreon and his dog on vases, 

xxxi. 257 
On figure of Pelops Plexippus on a vase, 

xxxi. 265 

On monument of Amenophis III., xxxi. 489 
On vase from Vulci, xxxii. 150 
On Assyrian sculpture from Khorsabad, 

xxxii. 168 

Of silver disc from Tarentum, xxxiv. 265 
On historical tablet of Rameses II. relating 
to the gold mines of Ethiopia, xxxiv. 
357 

On the annals of Thothmes III., xxxv. 116 
On a vase representing an adventure of Per- 
seus, xxxvi. 53 

Observations on account of unrolling a 
mummy at Florence by Professor Mig- 
liarini, xxxvi. 169 

On historical tablet of reign of Thothmes 
III., xxxviii. 373 



BIRCH, SAMUEL continued 

On Egyptian tablets of the Ptolemaic period, 

xxxix. 315 
Birch, Thomas, i. xxxiii (a), xxxiv (b), xxxv 

to 

BIRCH, WALTER DE GRKY, on inscriptions on leaves 

of lead, xliv. 123 

Bircham, Norfolk, button from, xliii. 525 
Birchanger church, Essex, plan of door, xix. 366, 

368 

Birche, Robert, xl. 395, 396 
Birchhache, xi. 259 
Birchover, Derbyshire, vi. 110 
Birckbeck, Simon, xxxi. 414 
Birds, bones of, found in the Bnrtlow Hills, 

xxviii. 4 
Bones of, found in Christchurch priory, 

Hampshire, iv. 117 
Bones of, found at Christchureh, SA.MCKI, 

PKGGE on, iv. 414 
Bones of, found at Saint Mary's abbey, 

York, iv. 415 

Bronze, Campania, xxxvi. 35S 
Bronze, found in Germany, xxxvi. 351 
Bronze, on waggon at Veii, xli. 1!>7, 2(.K> 
Monstrous, belief in, xlviii. :!7.'! 
Silk powdered with, xxvi. 33! I 
Sculptured, at Beckford church, xlvii. 107 
Sculptured, at Little Langford, xlvii. 167 
Taken into church, xxxvii. lL'-> 
Bird, of copper, xliii. 243 

Fibula like a, xxxiv. 79, 82 
Figure of, found at Praenestc, xlii. 486 
Bird bolt, xxxvi. 72, 73 

Bird Cage Walk, derivation of name, vii. 123 
Bird dragons, sculptured on stones at Checkley 

and Ham, 1. 289, 290 

BIRD, THOMAS, on Roman pavement at Bishop- 
stone, Herefordshire, xxiii. 417 
Henry, xlii. 201 
John le, xxxvii. 279 
John Jackson, xxix. 415 
William, xxxviii. 354 
Birdbrook, Essex, xir. 61, 62, 69 



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Birde, John, xxxiv. 55 

The printer, xxv. 103, 110 
Rirdlimc's farm, viii. 73 
Birdlip hill, xix. 179 
Birgcr I. of Sweden, obit of, xlvi. 247 
Hiniia-, vi. 32 

Birinus, St. i. 24 (a) (fc), 26 (c) ; iv. 58 
Birken Grove, i. 58 
Birkcnhcad, Sir John, xi. 275 
Birkhened, Thomas, xxxiv. 222 
Birkriirg, Cumberland, xxxi. 450 
Birk.shaw, fortalioe of, x. 478 
Birkys, Gilbert, xli. 337 
Birmingham, Richard, x. 85, 94 

Sir Piers, xxviii. 4)59 

Walter (If, xxxix. 441 

William <li-, xxxix. 441 
Birnnnc, James de, xxxix. 441 
Birrus, r Arms 
Birsav. *rr liir/.a 
Birtf, Robert, xi. 245 
Birth (ni'wj, in Mithraic worship, xlviii. 20 

Register of, viii. 71 
Birthday jiresents. xxxiv. 17 

Birtley, Northumberland, researches in circular 
dwellings at, by GKOHCK ROMK HAM,, xlv. 
35.1, :i:.7 

Bir/.a, or Birsay, Orkney, xxxiv. 95, 129 
Biscayan dialect, xvi. 117 

Ship lost, xxiii. .'556 
Biscoe, Rev. William, xxxv. 270 
Biscop, Benedict, viii. 1G8 

Brought masons and glass-makers from 

Rome, iv. 58 
Biseta, Henry, xxvi. 359 
Bisheye, manor of, Herts, xiv. 270 
Bishop, bearing arms, Alstan of Sherburn the 
first to, iv. 52 

Blessing the people, illumination of, xxiv. 
116 

Boy, see Boy Bishop 

At chess, xi. 400, 405 ; xxiv. 222, 226 
Bishop, Sir Cecil, ix. 103 

Clement, xxxviii. 44 



Bishop continued 

Gosfrey, xxx. 222 

James, xxxii. 143 

Parsons, xxxvi. 370 

Richard, vii. 406 

Thomas, xlv. 105 

Walter, xxxviii. 40 

William, 1. 219 
Bishops, consecration of, xxv. 123 

Karly Christian, xlviii. 242 

Early, buried at Rochester, xlix. 324 

Foreign, holding see of Somerset, 1. 297 

In partibus infidelium, vii. 363 

Old painting of, xlvi. 191 

Retinues of, x. 263 

Suffragan, vii. 3G3 ; xv. 108 ; xviii. 414 

Titular, xi. 326, 345, 382 

Trial of the Seven, xlix. 446 
Bishop's Castle, xviii. 430 

Cleeve church, Gloucestershire, consecration 
cross in, xlviii. 458 

Liberty, manor of, Kent, viii. 235 

Wilton church, Yorkshire, representation of 

Agnus Dei at, xlvii. 170 
Bishophurst, xlv. 147 
Bishoppc, John, xii. 309 
Bishopstone, xxiii. 417; xli. 410; xlvii. 170 
Bishopton, Durham, x. 63 
Bisiinan, William de, xviii. 391 
Bismark, count, xxii. 88 
Bison, the, called by Adam Littleton a bugle, 

iii. 11 

Bisshopcsdonne, William de, xxxix. 442 
Bisshopp, George, printer, xxv. 103 
Bit, of a bridle, xiv. 92 

Ancient, x. 113 

In grave, xli. 419 

Gimmal, xiv. 12 
Bitehfield, xi. 25 

Bitonto, town of, in Italy, 1. 413, 419 
Bitncus Flavins, xxvii. 214 

Illyrius, xxvii. 214 

Bittens, the Great, Wimbledon, x. 441 
Bitter, j. e. bittern, ii. 171 



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81 



Bittering, Norfolk, gold collar from, xxxix. 506 
Bittern, Hants, ii. 172; xiii. 341, 384; xxix. 257 

Roman station at, xlviii. 232 
Bitton church, Gloucestershire, chantry in, xxxi. 
271 

Early example of holy rood in, xlvii. 168 

Incised slab in, xxxi. 267, 268 

Sedilia in, x. 297 

Tombs in, xxii. 437 
Bitton, Sir Adam de, xxxi. 271 

Sir John, xxxi. 270, 271 

Thomas de, bishop of Exeter, xxxi. 270 

Sir Walter de, xxxi. 270, 271 

William de, xl. 421 
Biuinch, Yorkshire, vi. 43 
Bivium, Roman roads at, xlviii. 54 
Biworde, vi. 43 
Bizan, name of ship, xi. 186 
Bize, cavern at, xxxviii. 282 
Bjndby, Runic stone at, xliii. 107 
BLAAUW, WILLIAM HENRY, on leaden coffins of 
William de Warren and Gundrada his 
wife, xxxi. 438 

On Matilda, queen of William the Conqueror, 

and her daughter Gundrada, xxxii. 108 
Blacas, due de, xlv. 375 
Blacecota', Kent, i. 336 (a), 338 (6), 361 (r) 
Black bull, a badge of Edward IV. xxix. 345 
Black Bulwark, Dover, vi. 187 
Black Jacks, xix. 287 
Black Levanter, a wind so called, xxi. 98 
Black Mountains, Carmarthenshire, vi. 14 ; vii. 

239, 241 

Black Prince, see Plantagenet, Edward 
Black River, the, v. 324 
Black, Dr., x. 147 
BLACK, WILLIAM HENRY, xxxix. 1 

On unnoticed expedition of Augustus into 
Britain, xliv. 65, 81 

On the Antiquarius of Hieronymus Bononius 
Treviso, xl. 143 

On the death of Hans Holbein, xxxix. 272 

On probable allusion of Juvenal to Christ- 
ians, xliv. 5 



Black, William Henry continued 

On the Portus Lemanis, xl. 375 

On Roman London, xl. 41 50 
BLACKADER, ADAM, on the pagoda at Madura and 

the choultry of Trimnl Naik, x. 449 
Blackater, Richard, xxxviii. 248 
Blackbourn hundred, Suffolk, iv. 69 
Blackburn, Lancashire, i. 64 (a) (6), 72 (c) 
Blackburn, Margaret, will of (1433), 1. 186 
Blackct, alderman, xv. 402 

Sir Walter, v. 167 
Blacketer, captain, xxxviii. 315 
Blackett, Sir William, v. 166 
Blackhawes, Surrey, ix. 102, 107 
Blackheath, Kent, Roman pottery found at, xv. 392 

Muster on (1564), xxxiv. 56 
Blackhed, Mr., xxv. 416 
Blackindcn, Thomas, xii. 19 
Black Knowe, Orkney, xxxiv. !1 
Hhicklands, Warwick, xvii. 332 
Blackmoor, Hampshire, bronze hoard found at, 

xlviii. 113 

Blacknall, William, xlvii. 364, 3t!;, 
Blacknoule, K., xv. 9 
Black Hock, on the Severn, ii. '2 

In Ireland, xxvii. 130 
Blackrod, i. 63 (a) (?-), 71 (c), 70 (a) (/,), 79 (c). 

7-2 (a) (6), 80 (c) 
Blacks, = mourning, xvi. 28 
Blackstone Edge, Yorkshire, Roman road at, iv. 

13 
BLACKWATER, SIR WILLIAM, on seal of Sunning 

deanery, Berkshire, iii. 414 
Blackwater, Ireland, xv. 184 

River, ix. 379 ; xli. 440 ; xlviii. 388 
Blackwell, Durham, ix. 288 

Lead mines at, i. 231 (a), 232 (i), 252 (c) 
BLACKWELL, THOMAS, on a Greek inscription found 
at Thasos, i. 333 (a), 335 (6), 358 (c) 

Anne, xv. 404 

John, xliv. 416 ; xxxi.|;89 

John de, xxxi. 94 
Blackwood, Mr., xxv. 417 
Blacolvesle, Roger de, xxvi. 337 
M 



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Bladen, Caer, British fortress of, 1. 422, 424 
Blades, Benjamin, xl. 230 

Hugh, xl. 230 
Blaecca, xiii. 297 
Blagden, Dr., vii. 383 
Blage, Richard, xii. 362 
Blagge, Ambrose, xxxv. 337 

Thomas, xxxv. 337 
Blagrave, Mary, xii. 400 
Blagrove, Mr., xliv. 416 
Blaine, Robertson, xxxviii. '264 
Blair, Dr., iii. 378; vii. 128 

Robert, xvi. 350 

Family at Horkesloy, Essex, xlvi. 278 
Blaise, St., relics of, at St. Paul's (1245), 1. 453 

Image of, at Bromley, xii. 19 
Blaizc castle, six. 102 
Hhikbanke, xviii. 75 
Blake, John, xxiv. 309 

Robert, admiral, xi. 179; xxxviii. 80 
Blakchnrnc, Joan de, xxxix. 442 
lilakelaunde, xviii. 41 
Blakclig, Bcgcs de, xxxix. 442 
Blakeman, Adam, xxxvii. 283 

Thomas, xxxvii. 283 
Blakemor, John, xxxvii. 281 
Blakenham, Benet de, xxxix. 442 

Robert de, xi. 263 

Blakerncs, at Constantinople, xiv. 234, 242 
Blaket, John, vii. 365 
Blakiston, John, xxxviii. 78 
Blakwell, John, xxxi. 89, 94 
Blanch castle, xx. 62 

Blancha de Fnxo, domina de, i. 79 (a) (i), 89 (c ) 
Blanche herald, i. 354 (a), 356 (6), 380 (c) 
Blanche, queen of Navarre, xv. 92 

Blanche de la Tour, dan. of Edw. III., xxxi. 

144 

Blanche powder, xxvi. 403 
Blanche Rose, or Richard do la Pole, temp. 

Henry VIII., xlvii. 306 
Blanchmains, a surname of Robert Beaumont, 

earl of Leicester, q. v. 
Blanchminstcr family at Stratton, xlvi. 195 



Blancnez, France, xxxiv. 236 
Bland, John, xxxiii. 222 

William, xxviii. 443 ; xlii. 377 
Blandford, Dorsetshire, xxviii. 413 ; xxxix. 86, 91 
Blandford St. Mary, Dorset, antiquities dis- 
covered at, xxv. 576 

Blandivelli, B., drawings by, i. 132 (a) (b), 146 (c) 
Blandus, C. Cintustninns, ix. 236 
Blank, Hymbert de, xxxi. 189 
Blanke, Margaret, xxxvi. 408 

Sir Thomas, xxxvi. 408, 409 
Blankney, Lincoln, i. 31 (a) (6), 34 (c) 
Blanquefort, castle of, xxxv. 364 
Blanquetaque, ford and battle at, xxviii. 173, 174 
Blare, Adam de, xxxix. 442 
Blarney castle, Ireland, xxxviii. 170 
Blatch, Peter, xx. 223 
Blaunchard, Henry, xxxvii. 274 
Hlawithknott, Lancashire, xxxi. 451, 452 
Blaze, St., fee Blaise, St. 
Bla/.ui, Roman bas-relief found at, xlix. 16 
Blean, Kent, xxv. 613 
Blcan, Robert de, xxv. 613 

Symon de, xxv. 613 
Blcehforth, x. 77 
Blechingworth, name of land in Oxfordshire, 

xxxiii. 270 

Bledlow, Thomas, xxvi. 276 

Bleeding, canons and vicars of Exeter to have 
permission for from the dean, xviii. 393 

Superstition relating to, xxx. 424 

Medicine during, xxx. 397 

Charms to stop, xxx. 401 
Blefken, Dithmar, xxiv. 286 
Bleke, William, xii. 360 
Blekingen, inscription at, xxviii. 365 
Blemaduthie, Scotland, stones at, xxv. 616 
Blender, Fnlk de, xi. 259 
Blenkensop, Alexander, will of (1442), 1. 187 
Blestium, ii. 24; vi. 13, 14 
Bletchingley, Surrey, xlii. 276 

Church, xviii. 317 

Manor, xviii. 131 

Quarries, i. 149 (a) (6), 165 (c) 



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83 



Blewbnry, Berks, tomb of Sir John Daunce in 

church of, xlvii. 297, 298 
Blewe Mantell, officer at arms, xii. 379, 390 
Blewett, Richard, xxxv. 308 
Blickling Hall, Norfolk, xxiv. 189 
Blidworth, ix. 204 
Blight, J. T., xliii. 304 
BLIGHT, J. T., on subterranean chambers at Tre- 

lowarren, Cornwall, xl. 113 
Blindrabund, India, temple at, xvii. 61 
Blisberye, Thomas, swan mark of, xvi. 153 
Blisse, Leticia, xxxvii. 294 
Blissinghes, xxxi. 222 

Blithe, la, name of ship, vi. 197 ; xxvi. 325 
Blizard, Sir William, xv. 401 
Bloder, Henry, xii. 357 
Blodwyte, definition of, xlvii. 126, 128 
Bloet, Robert, bishop of Lincoln, iv. 150, 156 
Bloeth, Radulph, xxi. 33 
Blofield church, Norfolk, consecration cross in, 

xlviii. 463 

Blois, episcopal benediction at, xxiv. 9 
Blois, Gervase de, ii. 192 

Henry de, bishop of Winchester, vi. 117 

Thebaut, count of, iv. 180 

William de, xxxviii. 39 
Blome, John, xii. 371 

Thomas, xii. 14 
Blomefield, Francis, xii. 44 
Blomvill, John, xviii. 447 
Blond, Mary, xl. 450 
Blondy, Hilary, xl. 450 

Richard, xviii. 405 
Bloodhound, man shooting at, on tapestry, xxi. 

258 

Bloodmore Hill, Suffolk, barrow at, xxxii. 65 
Bloodshed in church, reconciliation required for, 

x. 220 

Bloody-acre, a fort in Gloucestershire, xix. 164 
Bloody Burgh furlong, Caister, Norfolk, xxiii. 

363 

Bloody Corner, Devonshire, xv. 207 
Bloome, Jane, xxxvii. 194 
Bloomeries, vi. 102 



BLOEE, EDWARD, on the refectory of the priory of 

Great Malvern, xxx. 514, 516 
Blore Heath, cross at, xiii. 215 
Blound, Stephen le, xxvi. 325, 327, 331 
Blounham, John, xlv. 146 

Blount, Charles, lord Mountjoy and earl of 
Devon, vii. 92 ; xxxi. 172 

Sir Christopher, xxii. 185 

Edward, xxvii. 114 

Humphrey, xxv. 322, 338 

James, lord Mountjoy, xii. 375 

Sir Michael, xxxvii. 490 

Sir Richard, xxxvii. 490 

Sir Thomas, xx. 217 ; xxxiii. 272 

Thomas, xx. 215 

Thomas, earl of Newport, viii. 77 

Walter, lord Mountjoy, xxvi. 283 

William, iii. 299 

See also Blunt 
Bloxam, J. R. xlii. 290 

Matthew Holbeach, xxxv. 39-1 ; xii. 481 
Blowestoc'ke, Sir Richard, xviii. 129 
Bloxworth Down, Celtic barrows at, xlviii. 11* 
Bloys, John de, xx. IK! 
Blue, the colour of a faction at Constantinople, 

vii. 98 

Bluecaps, nickname for Scotchmen, xxiv. 177 
Blue glass (Gothic), use of cobalt for, xlvi. 107 
Blue nuns, xxviii. 193 
Bluett, William, xxxix. 442 
Bluitt, Mr., swan-mark of, xvi. 153 
Blum, Dr., xxx. 32 
Blund, David, xxxii. 277 

James le, xxxvii. 437 

John de, xlv. 185 

Robert, xxxvi. 401, 402, 403 
Blundell, Robert, xxxix. 442 
Blunderbus, see Arms 
Blundeston, Suffolk, round church tower at, xxiii. 

13, 14, 15, 16 
Blnndus, Robert, xi. 259 
Blungeham, Norfolk, viii. 234 
Blunt, family of, xviii. 110 
Mr., xxxiii. 224 

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84 



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Blunt continued 

Sir Christopher, xxxiv. 318 
H., xxv. 318 
Henry, xxv. 328 
Hue le, xxxix. 442 

John Henry, exhibits charters relating to 
the abbey of Robertsbridge, Sussex, xlv. 
427 

William le, xxxix. 442 
Bluntte, Sir Richard, xii. 378 
Bluther, Sir Thomas, xii. 257 
Blyburgh, William de, xxviii. 241 
Blyke, Mr, iii. 239 
Blyth, xlii. 300 
Blythborongh cliurch, Suffolk, consecration cross 

in, xlviii. 463 
Blythe, Henry de, 1. 182 
Walter, xl. 124 
William, xliii. 211 
Blythian castle, Wales, iii. 114 
Blyton, Lincolnshire, xlii. 305 
Boadicea, ii. 180; iv. 89; xiv. 73; xxvi. 422; 

xxxiii. 187 
Boadovica, iii. 334 
Boar, the, in Britain, x. 162 
Bronze, xxxix. 508, 510 
Given for tythe of a vineyard, iii. (!0 
Hunting of, xxi. 259 
In forest of Bernwood, i. 176 () (/>), 195 (t) ; 

iii. 4 

On ancient vase, xxiii. 144, 206, 213, 218, 232 
Tusks of, found in graves, xv. 24; xxxvii. 
105, 110 

At Cabnrn, xlvi. 485 
Wild, in Inglewood forest, ii. 48 

A Japanese zodiacal sign, xlvii. 342 
Board, knocking on, used for a bell, ix. 274 

Wages, xv. 9 

Boarstall, Northants, xxxix. 351 
Boart, or diamond dust, xlvii. 393 
Boat, burial in, vii. 155 ; xxxvi. 143 ; xxxvii. 465, 

466 
Found at Brigg, 1. 361 

Strelna, Russia, xxxii. 420 



Boat rnntinunl 

North Stoke, xlii. 30 
Warming camp, xlii. 30 

Made of reeds, xvi. 176 

Russian name for chess rook, xi. 408 
Bobbing, Kent, sedilia at, xi. 372 
Bobbio, xliv. 133 
Bobordol cataract, iii. 345 
Bocage, Madame de, iii. 73 

Barbie dn, xxxviii. 445 ; xliv. 239, 240 
Bocard, Andrew, xxxiv. 428 
Boccaccio, John, mentions chess, ix. 24 
Bocher, John, xxiv. 323 

Thomas, xxv. 388 
Bocherville, Saint George, France, xxv. 177 

Font at, xxv. 164 
Bocholt, Franz von, engraving by, viii. 246 

xlix. 267 

Bochyare, Thomas le, xxxvii. 292 
Bocken, John, xxv. 444 
Bockinfold, Edward II. at, i. 326 (a), 328(4), 

351 (;) ; iii. 59 
Bocking, John, xxi. 267 

Mr., xxv. 67 

Nicholas, xxi. 263, 267 

BODE, the BARON CLEMENT AUGUSTUS DE, on tumu- 
lus near Asterabad, xxx. 248, 249, 250 
Bodener, William, v. 83 
Bodeney, manor of, Norfolk, xxxvii. 339 
Bodenham, Herefordshire, xviii. 430 
Bodenham, Mrs., xxxvii. 198 
Bodeni, xxii. 50 
Boder, Jeffery, xxxvi. 252 
Boderia, estuary (Ptolemy), xlviii. 387 
Bodham, Thomas de, xviii. 406 
Bodkin work, xxxiv. 56 
Bodkins (Roman), found at South Shields, xlvi. 

170 

Bodley, Sir Thomas, i. ix (a) (6) (c) 
Body, human, impression of, at Pompeii, iv. 172 

Incorruptible, x. 229 

Rested on Roman altar, on way to burial, 

ix. 288 
Bodye, John, xii. 362 



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85 






Boemond of Tarento, xv. 238 

II., prince of Antioch, xv. 235, 236 
III., prince of Antioch, xv. 243 
IV., prince of Antioch, xv. 253 
V., prince of Antioch, xv. 254 
VI., prince of Antioch, xv. 254 
VII., prince of Antioch, xv. 255 
Boeotia, see Coins 
Boetius, De Consolatione, ii. 196 

Not the inventor of our cypher, x. 362 
Boffe, Humphrey, xliii. 207, 224 
Bogaart, professor, xxxv. 335 
Bogdani, Mr., viii. 293 
Bogge, Giles, swan-mark of, xvi. 153 
Boghaine, vii. 99 

Bognor, Sussex, British coin found at, xxxiii. 190 
Bogy shanks, a fur, i. 366 (a), 368 (/>), 393 (<), 

368 (a), 370 (b), 395 (c) 
Bohadin, vii. 12 
Bohemia, manufacture of transparent glass in, 

xlvi. 97 
John, king of, xxxi. 359 

Cross near Cressy, in memory of, xxviii. 

192 
Frederick, king of, letters of, xxxix. 157, 165, 

169 

Queen of, see Elizabeth 
Bohemond, 1. 416 ; see Boemond 
Bohemus, John, xxxviii. 447 
Bohun, de, family of, 1. 297 
Elizabeth, xx. 174 
Franco, xxxix. 394 

Henry, earl of Hereford, viii. 203 ; xxi. 198 
Humphry, ii. 189; xx. 29; xxvii. 25 
Humphrey, earl of Hereford and North- 
ampton, iii. 292; xxi. 139; xxxii. 61 
Seal of, xxi. 198 
Mazer belonging to, 1. 176 
Joanna, xxxii. 60 
Mary, xx. 29 ; xxxi. 365 
Philippa, xxxi. 117 
William, vii. 2 

Earl of Northampton, iii. 321 
Boi, Paolo, ix. 27 



Boii, the, ix. 336; xxvii. 11 ; xlix. 40 
Boileau, Sir John, xli. 38 

Sir John Peter, xli. 438 
Boiroimhe, Brian, vii. 99 
Bois, Dr., v. 3 

Ernaud de, xxxix. 442 

James du, xxxix. 442 

Nicol du, xxxix. 442 

Richard de, xxxix. 442 

Sir R. du, wooden effigy of, xlvi. 280 

Sir Roger de, xxix. 53 

Effigy in Ingham church, Norfolk, xxiii. 8 
Boiton, Thomas, ix. 41 
Boiville, William de, xxxix. 442 
Boivin, Mons., ix. 169, 170 
Bokeselle, Sir Alan de, xlv. 434, 435 

Alan de, xlv. 431 
Bokyngham, John, xx. 575 
Bolbee, Hugh, vi. 52 

Osbern de, xxxi. 217, '218 
Bolebec, Majora, vi. 52 
Bold, William, xxxii. 143 
Hole, a smelting place for lead, vii. 17U 
Bole, John de, xxxi. 427 
Boleville, Nicholas, xxviii. 203 
Boleyn, queen Anne, iii. '20; \. 425; xxv. 43d, 
522; xxx. 154; xlvi. 308; xlix. 273 

Clock presented to, xxxiii. 19 

Coronation of, xviii. 79; xxv. 522 

Execution of, xxiii. 54, 64, 65 

Letter to Cranmer concerning, xviii. 77 

Manuscript book of prayers belonging to, 
xliv. 259 

Prisoner in Tower, xviii. 297 

Proclamation on marriage of, xxv. 119 

Ship, so named, xlvii. 332 
Boleyn, surname of tenant at Menton, xlvii. 121 

Geoffry, xxxvii. 338 

Jane, lady Rochford, xvii. 277 

Mary, iii. 20 

Portrait of, xl. 84 

Thomas, earl of Wiltshire, xxxi. 177 
Viscount Rochford, iii. 20 

Sir William, iii. 20; 1..87 



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BOL-BON 



Bolg, a name of the Belgae, ii. 248 
Bolid, surname of tenant at Somerdby, xlvii. Ill 
Bolin, see Boleyn 

Bolingbroke castle, Lincolnshire, xx. 62 
Molintoii. Sussex, xlv. 451 
Bolle, a bowl, a cup, xxiii. 26 
Bolleit, Clarice, v. 85 
liollingbroke, alderman, xxi. 547 
Jiollo, viii. 230 
Bollyng, to swell, xlvi. 223 

Bologna, iv. 77; xxxii. 429; xxxvi. 369; xli. 
400; xlii. 117 

Church of Sun Francesco, xlii. 384 

S. (liaconio Maggiore, statue of Gio- 
vanni Bentivoglio in, xviii. 195 

Htruscan tombs in, xlviii. 300 

Piila/.zo Fava. xlii. 385 

lint one font in. x. 204 
Bologna, Giovanni di, xviii. 195 
Bolognc, see Boulogne 
B.ilst'na. lago de, Tuscany, ii. 44 

Miracle of, xlii. 'J1'5 

Bolsover castle, Derbyshire, ii. 278; xxii. 129 
Bolsover cliurch, Derbyshire, crucifixion in, xlvii. 

168 

Holster, a bolt. xli. 341 
liolston. Wales, iii. 110 
Bolt-in- tun, un inn sign, xviii. 197 
Bolte of thread, xii. 348 
Bolton castle, Yorkshire, Mary queen of Scots 

at, xxi. 101 ; xxxii. 74 
Bolton in Holland, font at, xi. 429 
Bolton. Kdmund, i. xix (a) (6), xx (c) ; xxxii. 
24. 135, 143 ; xlii. 216 

Ralph, xii. 386 

Robert, xxxi. 414 

Richard, lord, see Scrope 
Bolts (iron spring), found at Silchester, xlvi. 342 

Clench, tee Clench-bolts 
Bolyond, xxi. 240 
Bombard, see Arms 
Bombardell, see Arms 
Bombay, artificial caverns near, vii. 286 

Pagoda near, vii. 323 



Bona, significance of the name, xlviii. 35 
The lady, xxix. 133, 134 
Queen of Poland, xxxiii. 22, 23, 24 ; xxxiv. 

17,19 

Bonadelia, Franco de, xxxviii. 275 
Bonaventura, saint, xxxi. 413 

Life of Christ, MS. of, at Corpus college, 

Cambridge, ii. 194 
Bonaventure, Hugh, xxviii. 214 
Bone, Alwyne le, xxxvii. 293 
Bond, Mr., v. 434 

Edward A., xli. 38, 58 

BOND, EmvAiti) A., on the last days of Isabella, 
queen of Edward II., xxxv. 453 

On extracts from Liberate Rolls as to 
loans supplied by Italian merchants 
to kings of England in thirteenth 
and fourteenth centuries, xxviii. 207 
Frances, xxviii. 200 
Joan de, xxxix. 442 
John, xxiii. 411 
John James, xliv. 464 
Bonde, Walter le, xxxiii. 281 
Bondman (1507), xxv. 320 
Bond-tenants, xxxiii. 274 
Bone, objects of, from Bishop Wilton, Yorks, xliii. 

441 

Caburn, Sussex, xlvi. 478, 492 
Caesar's camp, Kent, xlvii. 439, 450, 454, 

455, 456, 464 

Dunston, Northants, xliii. 128 
Easton Hill, Wilts, xliii. 435 
Carton, Yorks, xliii. 441 
Grcenlow, Derbyshire, xliii. 437 
Haverhill, Essex, xiv. 74 
Inchnacavroch, Nairnshire, xliii. 435 
Maretoti St. Laurence, Northants, xlviii. 

333 

Roundway, Wilts, xliii. 437 
Sleaford, Lincolnshire, 1. 392 
Upton Lovel, Wilts, xv. 124 ; xliii. 435 
Wath, Yorks, xliii. 441 
Wilsford, Wilts, xliii. 439 
Bonehaie, Geoffrey, xxxvi. 403 



BON-BOO 



87 



Bones, carved, found at Slieve na Calliaghe, 
xlvii. 478 

In Swiss grave-mounds, xlvii. 135, 

136 

Bones, human, filled with lead, found at Bardwell 
Ash, Suffolk, iv. 69 

At Newport Pagnel, iv. 72 

At St. John's college, Cambridge, 

iv. 72 

Burnt, in urns in Cornish cairns, xlix. 184, 
185, 187, 193, 194 
In Kara Gluze, xlix. 192 
At Tregseal, Cornwall, xlix. 194, 195, 

196 

In Rochester cathedral, xlix. 329 
Bones, animal, found in Kam Gluze, xlix. 194 

See also " Animals," " Skeletons " 
Bonenfaunt, Thomas, xxxvii. 277 
Boneshowe, xxii. 170 
Boneta, name of ship, xi. 185 
Boneton, surname of tenant at Gadsby, xlvii. 102 
Bonfillard, sire, xvii. 298 
Bonfires, xvii. 139; xxiii. 42 
Bongey, Thomas de, ix. 151 
Bongi, Onofrio, xli. 275 
Bonham, John, xxiii. 379 
William, xxxviii. 371 
Bonifaccio, Giovanni, xl. 156 
Boniface, St., xiv. 177, 179 ; xxvi. 164 
Boniface IV., pope, vi. 167 

Turned the Pantheon into a church, iv. 417 
V., pope, confirmed rights of sanctuary, 

viii. 10, 42 

VIII., pope, letter of barons to, xxi. 192 
IX., pope, vii. 31 
Bonifacii, Bertrando, xxvi. 334 
Bonitone, xlv. 451 
Bonivet, admiral, iii. 192 
Bonjohan, Robert, xxvi. 329 
Bonker, Richard, x. 87 
Bonn, the Flower inn at, xxxv. 203 
Bonn, John de, xvi. 47, 73 
Bonnet, see Costume 

A sail, xi. 166 ; xxix. 328 



Bonnett, William, x. 73, 79, 80 

Bonneville, Richard de, grant to Wells cathedral, 

1. 358 
Bononia, i. 184 (a), 185 (J), 204 (c) ; iii. 251 

Bishop of, iv. 199 

Bononius, Hieronymus, of Treviso, the Anti- 
qnarius of, WILLIAM HENRY BLACK on, 
xl. 143 
Bonosus, bishop of Serdica, letter to (1409), 

xlix. 95 

Bonstetten, Gustavo de, xxxviii. 191 ; xlv. 260 
Baron von, opening of grave-mounds by, 

xlvii. 135 
Bonville, William, lord, xxix. 312 

Sir William, xxv. 385 
Bonvyse, Anthony, xxx. 152 
Bonyarde, John, xii. 393, 394 
Boodra, figure of, xxi. 8 
Books, xx. 200; xxi. 29f> ; xxii. 171; xxvi. (51; 

xliii. 137 
Belonging to St. Paul's (1245), 1. 451, 457, 

490500, 523 
Binding of, xiii. 220 

For Wilfred, archbishop of York, iv. 57 

Payment for, /twij:). Henry VI 1 1. xlvii. 335 

Catalogue of Sir William More's, of Loseley 

(1556), xxxvi. 290 

In Cyprus monastery, xlvii. li, 10, 17 
Collected by Lord Cobham, xlvi. 2G2 
Covers of, ornamented, xiii. 220 
Church, xi. 362 

Inventory of (1466), 1. 36, 37 

(1542), 1. 46 
Given to priory of Bath, twelfth century, 

1.307 

Lost, xlvii. 343 
Open, represented in diptychs, xlix. 252, 

253 

In window in Malvern church, xlix. 254 
Monastic regulations as to loan of, xlvii. 16 
Printed by Faust, list of, viii. 250 

At La Rivon monastery (1541), xlvii. 

252, 253 
Selling of, temp. Henry VIII., 1. 20 



88 



BOO-BOR 



Books continued 

Sold and bought for Stratton church, xlvi. 
228, 229 

Service, of Coptic churches, xlviii. 414, 
415 

Tenure by, xvii. 317 

Sixteenth century, xlviii. 138, 152, 153 
Book of Hours, in painting of St. George and the 

Dragon, xlix. 244 

Hook-plate of Madlle. Terese d'Yves, xlvii. 264 
Bookham, Great, Surrey, stone recording building 
of church at, xiii. 395 

Grave-stone at, xxv. 590 

Church and manor of, xxv. 591 
Bonx. CHARLES, on pagoda at Salset, vii. 333 

Doctor, xliv. 418 

Hoonen, Guilliam, xx. 403; xxx. 5 
Hoosom, Mr., xix. 285 
Hoot, the, of a coach, xx. 472 

( Roman), impress of, on a tile, xlvi. 341 
Hoot. Anselmns Hoetius de, xl. 229 
Hoots, sec Costume 
Hooth Dean Spaw, Yorksliire, ii. 357 
Hooth, Sir George, xxiv. 140; xxxiii. 70 

George, xxxiv. 354 

John, xl. 79 

Letter on Arabic and Roman, numerals, 
i. 149 (a )(?,), 10.-) (c) 

.lohn, bishop of Exeter, xxvi. 282 

Laurence, archbishop of York, xxvi. 282 

Mr., xviii. 235 

Sir William, xxxiv. 351 

William, bishop of Coventry and Lichfield, 

xxix. 320 

Hootham, Yorkshire, i. 180 (a), 179 (A), 199 (c) 
Hoothbie, Adam de, abbot of Peterborough, iii. 

408 

Hootle castle, ix. 57 
Bor, Edward le, xxxvii. 281 

William le, xxxvii. 279 
Boraohero, Diego de, xxxiv. 332, 345 
Borard, Simon de, wooden effigy of, xlvi. 279 
Boraston, Anthony, xxxvii. 220 
Borcovicns, i. 216 (a), 217 (A), 237 (c) 



Bord Alexander, a textile fabric, xlii. 403 ; xliii. 

241 
Bordeaux, France, xx. 161, 292 

Antiquities at, SMART LE.THIEULLIER on, i. 

75 (a) (i), 86(0) 

Augustine friary at, arms of England on 
stone near garden of, i. 78 (a) (6), 
88 (c) 

Cathedral, xxxv. 360 
Church of St. Croix, xxxv. 361, 362 
Church of St. Michael, xxxv. 362 
Church of St. Saturin, xx. 488 
Church of St. Severin, xxxv. 363, 364 
Church of St. Simeon, stained glass in, i. 

78 ()(*), 88 (c) 

Itoman amphitheatre at, xxxv. 359 
Sculpture of the Judgment at, xxxvi. 383 
Tower of Peter Beyland at, xxxv. 361 
Franciscan convent at, Jews buried within 

the cloister of, i. 77 (a) (A), 87 (c) 
Franciscan convent at, founded by Henry 
III. king of England, i. 76 (a) (6), 
86 (e), 77 (a) (l>), 87 (o) ; dedicated to 
Saint Edward the Confessor, i. 76 (a) 
(A), 86 (e) ; Cross in cloister of, i. 
77(a)(J),87(c) 
Massacre at (1572), xxii. 325 
Pilgrim, xli. 149 ; xliv. 57 
Rejoicings at, on birth of Richard II., xlv. 

310 

La Hourgeoise de, MS., i. 77 (a) (b), 87 (c) 
Subdued by Charles VII. of France, i. 

78 (a) (b), 88 (c) 
Mons. de, xxxii. 26 
Oliver de. xxvi. 339 
Bordike, a ditch, tradition as to origin of name, 

v. 92 

Bordon, William de, xxxix. 442 
Bordura Alexandri, a textile fabric, xlv. 171 
Borely, John, viii. 325 
Borell, Stephen, xliii. 271 
Borghese, the villa, iii. 73 
Borgo, church of San Michele in, xx. 550 
Borheton, Yorks. v. 203 



BOB-BOS 



Bori, Richard, xxxiv. 59 

BOKLASE, WILLIAM COPELAND, xliii. 352 

On tumuli and cliff castle at Saint 
Colomb Minor, Cornwall, xliv. 422 
On typical specimens of Cornish bar- 
rows, xlix. 181 
Sir William, v. 82; vii. 306; xiv. 225; 

227, 229 

Borley, Essex, xii. 334 
Borne, Agnes, month's mind of, i. 14 (a) (6), 

15 (c) 
Bornhem, barony of, xiii. 270 

English dominicans at, xiii. 254, 270 
Bornholm, island of, xiii. 100 
Bornoville, Kobinet de, xx. 235 
Boroston, xxxix. 86 
Borough, see Burgh 

A hill, xxviii. 415 

Borough English, tenure, x. 446; 1. 195, 211 
Borough Bridge, Yorkshire, devil's arrows at, 

v. 96 ; xlviii. 426 
Borough Hill, Roman villa at, BERIAH BOTKIKLD 

on, xxxv. 383 

Borough Walls, or Bower, Somersetshire, xliv. 430 
Borough, Edward, v. 233 
Sir John, xxxiv. 310 
Sir Thomas, i. 374 (a), 376 (6), 401 (c) 
Boroughs, ii. 315321, 350 
Borowes, sureties, xv. 177 
Borrell, H. P. xxxv. 190 

Maximilian, xxxv. 190 
Borris castle, Tipperary, xxxviii. 166 
Borromeo, Federigo, xl. 16 
Borssele, Henri de, xxvi. 268 
Marguerite de, xxvi. 268 
Borstall, Buckinghamshire, iii. 4 
Horn, iii. 15 
House, iii. 16 
License to fortify, iii. 17 
Manor of, i. 176 (a) (6), 196 (c) 
Origin of name, iii. 15 
Borthwick castle, Scotland, x. 103 
Boruchero, Don Diego de, xxxiv. 332, 333 
Borwbruch, definition of, xlvii. 127, 129 



Borwell, Richard, xii. 379 

Borysthenes, ii. 260 

Bosbnry, Herefordshire, xviii. 429; xxxi. 187 

Boscawen, Rev. Mr., xxv. 590 

Boscherville, France, sculptured figures in church 

of St. George at, xlvii. 171 
Bosco, Agatha de, xxxvii. 278 

Henry de, xxxvii. 286 

Ralph de, xxxvii. 278 
Boscregan estate, Cornwall, cairns on the, xlix. 

183 
Bosengay, name of land in Oxfordshire, xxxiii. 

270 

Bosense, Cornwall, v. 54 ; xiv. 225, 226 
liosham, Sussex, Easter sepulchre at, xiii. 29(> 
Bosingay Mead, land in Oxfordshire, xxxv. 473 
Bosnia, traces of Roman civilisation in, xlviii. 57 

North-west, Roman roadway through, xlviii. 
54 

Mining operations, traces of in, xlix. 12 

Roman bridge in, xlix. 19, 20 

Roads in, see Roads, Roman 

Hosphorus, the, called an aim of St. George, v. 5 
Bosset, major de, xxxiii. 38 
Bossu, a surname of Robert Beaumont, earl of 

Leicester, q. v. 
Bostock, Anne, xxviii. 206 

Captain, xxxiv. 297, 301 ; xiv. 75 
Boston, Lincolnshire, xi. 26; xix. 102 ; xxviii. 
244 ; xiii. 296 

Bridge, xvi. 152 

Cistercian house near, iv. 39 

Fair, xxviii. 220 

Falcon inn at, xli. 358 

Fox, John, born at, iv. 39 

Guild of St. Mary, 1. 191 

Guilds, xiii. 305 

Plague at, xxxvii. 21 

Pulpit at, xli. 368 

Wormgate Street, xli. 349 
Boston, John, xxiv. 323 

Richard, x. 97 

Robert, x. 97 
Bosworth, battle of, enamel representing, iii. 19( 

N 



90 



BOS-BOU 



Bos worth continilrd 

Field, iii. 215 ; xiv. 164 

Arrows fo.und on, vii. 55 
Market, font at, x. 195 
Boteler, Elizabeth, xxix. 407 
John, xxix. 407. 
Tebauil le, xxxix. 442 
Sir Thomas, ii. 206 
Thomas, xliii. 268 
William le, xxxix. -142 
Botelore, William, xx. 523 
Boterel, Thomas, xxxix. 442 
Boterens, Ri-naud do, xxxix. 442 
Botesham, Thomas, xxiv. 319 
Botetourt, John, seal of, xxi. 215 
Boteville, Francis, i. xii (), xiii (/') (c), xvii (), 

xviii (b) (,-) 

BiiTKiEi.D, BKKIAII, on Roman villa at Borough 
Hill, xxxv. 383 

On remains of priory of Austin Friars 

at Ludlow, xxxix. 173 
Exhibits Anglo-Saxon fibula, xli. 47!> 
Exhibits seal found at Malins-Lee, 

.Salop, xxxiv. 438 
William, xxxiv. 438 
Bothe, Christopher, xii. 383 
Both es ford, John de, xvii. 317 
Bothouse, Thomas, xliii. 221 
Bothwebbe, John le, xxxvii. 284 
Bothwell, earl of, *( Hepburn, James 
Boticelli, Sandro, xxxvi. 387 ; xxxix. 36 
illcr. Sir Guy de, xxii. 357, 394 
Ralph, iii. 297 ; xxxix. 442 
William, xvi. 37, 58 
Botley, Mr., xxxi. 202 
Botoner, William, iii. 311; ix. 257; xiii. 130; 

xxix. 317 
Botontinus, a Roman surveyor's mark, xiii. 143, 

147, 156 
Bottcsford, Leicestershire, heart burial at, xxxii. 

396 

Sepnlchral slab at, xxxii. 396 
Painted glass from, xlvi. 124 
Bottesford, Lincolnshire, manor records of, 1. 371 



Bottesham, Cambridgeshire, sedilia at, x. 295 
Bottle horse, iii. 157 ; xviii. 330 
Bottles, glass, specimens of, xlvi. 85, 141, 143, 
144, 153, 154, 158, 161, 483 

Faults in the manufacture of Roman, xlvi. 77 

Found in foundations of churches, xlvi. 132, 
133 

Charms against witchcraft buried in, xlvi. 
133 

Leather, xli. 251 

Casting, xiii. 353 
Bottler, John, x. 272 
Botticelli, Sandro, xxxvi. 387 ; xxxix. 36 
Bottitort, Sir John, iii. 299 

Sir Thomas, iii. 299 
Bottrigari, Galleazzo, xliii. 34 
Botyld, Kdward, xxxvii. 295 
Bouario, Robert, xxxvii. 288 
Bouch, iii. 156 

Of court, iii. 156 ; xv. 7 
Boucher de Perthes, Mons., xxxi. 467 
Boucher, John, xxiv. 320 

George, xlv. 107 

Jonathan, xix. 15 

William, at the court of Magnu-Khan, ii. 232 
Bouchier, Mr., xiv. 120 
Bouchier, Henry, earl of Essex, xxix. 345 ; xxxi. 

168 

Boucicault, Mr., xx. 209 ; xxi. 288, 289 
Boudon, Sir William de, xxxvi. 253 
Bouetoun, Julian, xxxvii. 276 

Robert, xxxvii. 285 
Bonge, nickname for John Dudley, duke of 

Northumberland, xxiii. 39 
Boughey, H., xxv. 318 

Hugh, xxv. 322 

Ralph, xii. 370 
Bought bread, xv. 10 
Boughton, Northants, \ iii. 238 
Boughton Monchelsea, Kent, Roman remains at, 

xxix. 414 

BOUGHTON, W. E. ROUSE, on Egyptian antiquities, 
xviii. 59 

Richard, xii. 365 



BOU 



91 



Bongres, Bougors, a name for barrows in Tartary, 

ii. 236, 260 

Booilo, Herbert de, xxxix. 442 
Bouillon, Godfrey de, vi. 170 

Dae de, embassy of to England, xxxix. 143 
Boulac, xxi. 373, 374 

Stone in Museum at, xlvii. 468 
Boulde, Thomas, xvi. 124 ; xxxi. 382 
Boulers, Baudwin de, xxxix. 442 
Boulogne, France, iii. 241, 245, 248, 249, 251 ; 
x. 2 ; xxvi. 333 ; xxviii. 399 ;. xxxiv. 
236 

A tower at, called Porquet or Martinienne, 
iii. 252 

A tower at, called Tour d'Ordre, or the old 
man, iii. 257 

Besieged by Danes, iii. 258 

Called Haut-mur, iii. 252 

English Benedictine nuns at, xiii. 269 

Eustace, earl of, iv. 193 ; xix. 203 

Lighthouse at, repaired by Charles the Great, 
x. 14 

Philip, earl of, iii. 252, 258 ; iv. 180 ; x. 5 

Said to be Portus Iccius, i. 183 (a), 184 (6), 
203 (c) 

Siege of, picture of, iii. 190 

Taken by the English, x. 14 
Boultell, a kind of cloth, xxv. 457 
Boulter, W. C., xliv. 169 
Boulton, Richard de, xxvi. 319 
Boun, Francis de, xxxix. 442 

Gilbert de, xxxix. 442 

Henry de, xxxix. 442 

John de, xxxix. 442 

Matilda, xxxvii. 285 
Boundary marks (Roman), xlvi. 450 
Boundaries of lands of Newport in Wentloog, 
xlviii. 441, 443 

Fixing in Ireland, 1. 212 

Of manors intermixed, 1. 378 

Of township and manor, 1. 371 
Bouquet, David, xxxiii. 100, 302 
Bourbon, Blanche de, xxxviii. 199 

Louis H., due de, xx. 236 



Bourbon continued 

Due de, killed at Poitiers, i. 214 (a), 215 (6), 
235 (c) 

Jacques, comte de, prisoner at Poitiers, i. 
213 (a), 214 (6), 234 (c) 

Joan de, on diptych, xlix. 252 

Marie de, burial of heart of. xxix. 213 

The Bastard of, seal of, xxvi. 478 
Bourbourg, x. 388 
Bourchier, A. D., i. xxvii (a), xxviii (I) (c) 

Anne, xxxvi. 216 

Elizabeth, countess of Bath, xxxiii. 229 

Henry, earl of Essex, iii. '212 ; xxvi. 281 ; 
xxxi. 168 

Henry, viscount, xxix. 345 

Humphrey, xv. 107 

Sir John, lord Berners, xxvi. 278 

John, earl of Bath, xii. 387 

John, lord Fitzwarren, xii. 387 

Sir Thomas, xxxvi. 405 

Thomas, archbishop of Canterbury, vi. 360 ; 

ix. 40 ; xi. 268 
Bourdeaux, see Bordeaux 
Bourdeilles, xx. 56 
Bourgchier, Henry de, xv. 70 

John, xv. 70 

Sir Thomas, i. 353 (), 355 (b), 380 (c) 
Bourgcs, France, massacre at (1572), xxii. 325 

Easter sepulchre at, xlii. 292 

Sculpture of the Judgment at xxxvi. 383 
Bourgh, xxii. 163, 169 
Bourk, family of, xxvii. 126, 128 
Bourn, Hugolina de, iv. 101 
Bourne, Cambridgeshire, quern found at, xviii. 

435 

Bourne Park, Kent, tumulus in, xxx. 57 
Bourne, Lincolnshire, residence of Wake family, 

ii. 276 

Bourne, Gilbert, bishop of Bath and Wells, xxxv. 
418 

Henry Atte, xxxvii. 307 

John, xxxiv. 60 

Picot de, iv. 101 

Bourser, Sir John, i. 351 (a), 353 (6), 377 (c) 
N 2 



92 



BOU BOW 



Boureer, Sir Thomas, of Berneys, i. 351 (a), 353 
(6), 377 (c), 352 (a), 354 (6), 378 (c) 

Bourt, William de, xxxix. 442 

Bonrton-on-the- Water, Gloucestershire, iron bars 
found at, xlv. 263 

Bonrton, Mr., vii. 406 

Bonsley, Robert, x. 70 

Bouteiller, Guy de, xxii. 388 

Bouteilles, Christian gi-aves at, L'ABitE COCHET 

on, xxxvi. 258, 266 

Near Dieppe, Anglo-Norman sepulchre at, 
xxxvii. 32, 38 

Boutetourt, John de, xvii. 210, 213 

Bonthill, Mr., iv. 189 

Bouthum, see Bootham, Yorkshire 

Bontreaux, Sir William, iii. 301 

Bnutvilain, Robert, xxxix. 442 

Botiverie, Sir Henry, xxix. 227 

Bou vise, Anthony, xxxvii. 89 

Bou/.un, Raf, xxxix. -142 

Rovates, measures of land in Rothley manor, 
xlvii. 91, 98 

Hovdon, William, xliii. 213 

Bovelinghem, iii. 200 

Bovell, John de, xxx. 227 

Boverton, ii. 16; vi. 15 

Bovey, church of, granted to Wells, 1. 358 

Bovie, Samuel, ii. 252 

Bovier, Hamo, charter to Christchurch, Canter- 
bury, xxv. 612 

Bovill, Sewall de, archbishop of York, ring of, 
xlv. 404 

Bovington, vi. 43 

Bovium, ii. 9, 15 ; v. 41, 49 ; vi. 15 ; xii. 90 

Bow, see Arms 

Bow and arrow, a paper mark, xxxvii. 451 

Bow, tenure by, iii. 2 ; xvii. 311 

Bowab, Ebn, vii. 11 

Bowby, Thomas, xii. 385 

Bowcher, George, xlv. 107 

Bowchier, Henry, biographical notice of, i. vii 

(o)(6)(c) 
Richard, i. xxvii (a) (i), xxix (c) 

Bowckeley, John, xl. 391 

Bowden, Robert, xxvii. 370 



Bowding, Mr., xlv. 70 

Bowdon church, Cheshire, effigies in, xxxiii. 

78 
Bowed panners, kitchen utensils, 16th century, 

xlviii. 132 

Bowel burial, James Montagu, bishop of Win- 
chester, xliv. 396, 403 
Bower, abbot, xxiii. 278 
William, xviii. 421 
Bowes, Yorkshire, iii. 238 ; vii. 80 ; ix. 283 

Font at, x. 189 
Bowes, Sir John, i. 354 (a), 356 (fc), 380 (c) ; 

xii. 346 

Sir Robert, xii. 378 
Robert, xxx. 171 

Sir Thomas, i. 354 (a), 356 (fc), 380 (c) 
Bowet, a lanthorn, xii. 353 
Bowet, Henry, xx. 135; xxiv. 301 

Henry, archbishop of York, consumption of 
wine by, i. 331 (a), 333 (fe), 356 (c) 

Ring of, xlv. 404 
Bowfeforth, Thurstan, xliii. 220 
Bowghley, George, xliii. 211 
Bowgies, vi. 189 
Bowin, David, xxxvii. 222 
Bowing stones, Scotland, xiii. 211 
Bowrnniam, Mr., xiii. 102 
Bowker, Joseph, xxxvii. 216 
Bowk-stone, a rocking stone at Silverdale, Lanca- 
shire, ix. 216 

Bowl, bronze, found in Locher Moss, Dumfries- 
shire, xxxii. 401 

From Sleaford, 1. 395 
Found at Nismes, xxxiv. 71 
Copper, found in Lothbnry, xxix. 367 
BOWLE, JOHN, v. 424 ; viii. 450 ; xvi. 346 
On the word Romance, v. 267 
On ancient pronunciation of the French 

language, vi. 76 
On musical instruments mentioned in Le 

Roman de la Rose, vii. 214 
On parish registers, viii. 67 
On card-playing, viii. 147 
On canonisation of St. Osmund, ix. 39 
On boy bishops, ix. 39 



BOW BOY 



Bowles, William, xxxiii. 322 
Bowls, drinking, or mazers, 1. 129 

(Glass) of Byzantine period, xlvi. 93 
Bowlting tab for meal, 16th century, xlviii. 133 
BOWMAN, WALTER, i. 119 (a) (b), 131 (c) 

Explanation of a Roman inscription, i. 109 

(a) (6), 121 (c) 
Account of Irish rebellion in 1641, i. 100 (a) 

(6), 112 (c) 
On an intaglio of Antinous, i. 112 (a), 113 

(6), 125 (c) 
Bowmen, fraternity of, called Artillery Company, 

vii. 46 

Charter of, vii. 66 
Bowness church, Cumberland, figure of St. George 

in window of, xlix. 259 

BOWYER, SIR GEORGE, on the family of Castig- 
lione, xxxii. 368 

On laws relating to swans, xxxii. 423 
On degrees of Serjeant at law and doctor 

of civil law, xxxii. 428 
Edward, xxxvii. 489 
Margaret, lady of Bottesford manor (1591), 

1.381 

Robert, i. vii (a) 
Samuel, ix. 319 ; xviii. 112 
William, i. vii (a), viii (b), vii (<) 
William, letter from, relating to the Saxon 
types for printing Elizabeth Elstob's 
Saxon grammar, i. xxvii(o) xxviii (I) (c) 
Bowre, Richard, xii. 372 
Bowser, Master, xiii. 12 
Bowtell, Edmond, xii. 383 
Box, Colchester, xxxix. 508, 510 
Box, (Bnxus sempervirens), found in ancient 

graves, xxviii. 5 

Clipping, practised by the Romans, vii. 115 
Box, bronze, Kingsholme, Gloucestershire, x. 133 
Bronze, found at Lewes, xxxi. 437 
Strong, remains of, Silchester, xl. 411 
Roman, found at Southfleet, Kent, xiv. 222 

At Colchester, xxxix. 510 
Boxall, John, xxxvii. 489 ; xxxviii. 106 
Boxe, Ralph de la, xxxvii. 288 
Boxeleye, Thomas, xii. 368 



Boxgrave priory, Sussex, seal of, xxvii. 375; xxxi. 

518 

Boxhill, Surrey, ix. 106 
Boxhnll, Sir Alan, xx. 152 
Boxley, Kent, viii. 220 

The rood of, xxxviii. 133 
Box Moor, Hertfordshire, Roman remains found 

at, JOHN EVANS on, xxxiv. 394 
Roman villa at, xxxv. 56 
Sword found at, xlv. 254 
Boy bishop, xliii. 244 
At Beverley, ix. 43 
Cope for, xlv. 115 
In Germany, ix. 43 
Money of, xxxi. 468 
At Nottingham, vii. 419 ; xxvi. 342 
At St. Paul's, 1. 446148, 472, 473, 480 
At Scroby, xxvi. 342 
At York, ix. 43 ; xv. 232 
Boy bishops, John Howie on, ix. .'ill 

In Spain, ix. 43, 44 
Boy, bronze figure of, inscribed with Etruscan 

characters, xi. 34 
Boyce, Arthur, xxxii. '145 
George P., xliv. 435 
Mr., v. 283 
Thomas, xxxii. 445 
Boyd, Mr., ii. 238 
Boyde, captain, slain in Ireland (1641), i. 98 (n) 

(I), 109 (c) 

Boydener, Henry, xlv. 459 
Boye, John, xxxvii. 276 

William, xxxvii. 293 

Boyle, Richard, earl of Burlington, thought 
Micklegate, York, was Roman, iv. 81 

Opinion of as to Lincoln cathedral, iv. 158 
Roger, earl of Cork, xxxiii. 361 
Boyne, the, in Ptolemy, xlviii. 395 
Boynton, Sir Griffith, v. 203 
BOYS, HENRY, on tomb of archbishop Theobald 
and two inscriptions on lead in Canterbury 
cathedral, xv. 291, 292 
Henry, xxxvii. 295 

John, xv. 396; xvii. 199; xxiv. 140; xliv. 476 
Robert du, xxxviii. 277 



94 



BOY-BRA 



.Boys, WILLIAM, on discoveries in Minster church- 
yard, viii. 449 
On Kits Coty house, xi. 38 
Boyse, Joseph, xxxi. 414 
Boysfield, RobeH, xx. 84 
Boythorp. ii. 276 
Boyton, Suffolk, gold collar from, xxvi. 471 ; 

xxxix. 506 

Downs, Wilts, barrows on, xv. 340 
Boyticourt, Bartholomew, xxxix. 442 
Boyvill. Elizabeth, last abbess of Elstow (1530), 

xlvii. 50 
Bo/, xvi. 47, 73 
Bo/.o, vi. IS 

Bozomme, Richard, xxviii. 10, 12 
Jio7.ini, Simon, prant of, to Wells, 1. 358 
Hrubant, Anthony, duke of, xx. 236 

Sir Thomas, xxxvi. 22<S 
Bnibantes, Hanekyn de, xxxi. 89 
Brabazon, Mr., xxxvii. 196 
Sir Anthony, xxxv. 339 
Domis, xxxv. 33!* 
.lames, xxviii. 243, 285, 290 
Roger k>, xxvii. S2 ; xxxvii. 4.35 
Bracebridge, Lincolnshire, x. 88 
Braoebridge, Charles Holt, xxxiii. 63 

Joan de, xxxix. 142 
Bracelets : 

Armillae, iii. 394 ; xxxvi. 351 
Anglo-Saxon, bequests of, ii. 78 ; xxii. 290 
Ancient and medieval, xxii. 285, 293 
Bronze, xxxiii. 331 
Roman, xxxiii. 34H 
Belonging to the Queen, xliii. 557 
Ivory, xxii. 292 
Silver, xxxviii. 335, 347, 352 
From Altyre, Morayshire, xxii. 285 
America, South, xxxi. 472 
Amiens, xxiii. 174 
Amwell, Little, Herts, xviii. 446 
Aspatria, Cumberland, xxii. 439 
Bellingham, Northumberland, xlv. 370 
Breach Downs, Kent, xxx. 51 
Carnac, xxvii. 14 
Cirencester, Gloucestershire, x. 134 



Bracelets continued 

From Drummond castle, Perthshire, xxviii. 

435 

Eastbourne, Sussex, xvi. 363 
Egerton hall, Cheshire, xxvii. 401 
Hollingbury castle, Sussex, xxix. 372 
Ireland, ii. 39 

Kellythorpe, Torks, xxxiv. 254, 258 
Litlington, Cambs, xxvi. 376 
Marston St. Lawrence, Northants, xlviii. 

332 

Normanton, Wiltshire, xliii. 469 
Polden hill, Somersetshire, xiv. 92 
Plymouth, Devon, xl. 502 
Sleaford, Lincolnshire, 1. 387, 391, 392, 

402 

Silchester, Hants, xlvi. 354 
South Shields, Durham, xlvi. 169 
Sonthfleet, Kent, xiv. 39 
Strood, Kent, xxviii. 443 
Swiss grave-mounds, xlvii. 156 
Wendovcr, Bucks, xxxiii. 347 
Westwang, Yorks. xii. 408 
Whitfrella, Ireland, ii. 41 
Winster, Derbyshire, iii. 274 
Wintcrbourne Stoke, Wilts, xliii. 489 
Brachia Dari of Hoi-ace explained, xlvi. 176 
Brachmanic religion less compassionate than the 

Christian, iii. 147 
Brachymclla, xv. 265 
Braci, Robert de, xxxix. 442 
William de, xxxix. 442 

Braciaca, a name for the god of war, iii. 101 
Bracken, urns lined with, xliii. 326 
Used for bedding cattle, 1. 377 
Brackenbury, Mr., i. 358 (a), 360 (6), 385 (c) 
BRACKKNBUKY, SIR JOHN M., on Roman tomb at 

Cadiz, xxxii. 446 
Stephen, xii. 374 
Brackenburye, William, xii. 383 J 
Bracket, new, iv. 32 
Bracklesham, xlv. 147, 149 
Bracklesham, William de, xlv. 168, 196 
Brackley, Northamptonshire, sedilia at, x. 284 
Bracknell, vii. 199; xv. 179 



BRA 



95 



Bracton, Henry de, viii. 398 

Bradbridge, Nicholas, chancellor of Lincoln, 

xlviii. 252, 258 
Bradburn, Derbyshire, Roman remains at, xii. 6 

Churchyard, stones in, xii. 6 
Bradbnry, Durham, vii. 79 
Braddock, Dr., xlv. 109 
Bradeburne, ii. 285 
Bradefelde, Reginald de, xxxvii. 276 
Brade, meaning of, xxvii. 255 
Bradel, Walter, xxviii. 265 
Bradeley, Roger de, xxxix. 442 
Braden, limits of forest of, JOHN YONGE AKEK- 
MAN on, xxxvii. 304 

Documents relating to, xxxvii. 310 
Bradenebrok, Walter de, xxxvii. 277 
Bradenham, West, Norfolk, sedilia at, x. 292 
Bradenstoke priory, rights of, in church of 

Cheddar, 1. 358 

Bradenstoke, John de, xxxvii. 276 
Bradestan, Thomas de, xxvi. 461 
Bradeston, R. de, xxxi. 159 

Sir Thomas de, xxxi. 118, 121, 123, 136 

Thomas de, xxxi. 40, 46 
Bradfield, Yorks, v. 91, 92 ; x. 467 
Bradfield, Suffolk, font at, x. 199 ; xvi. 336 
Bradfield Farm, Topesfield, Essex, xiv. 24 
Bradfield, John de, xi. 53 
Bradford-on-Avon church, Wilts, sculptured 

crucifixion at, xlvii. 168, 169 
Bradford, Mr., xliv. 415 
Bradfull, John, x. 90 
Bradgate, captain, xxxiv. 330, 344 
Brading, Isle of Wight, xxxi. 273 

A Roman port, xlviii. 230, 232 

Importance of, to Roman trade, xlviii. 523 

Tombstone in church of, xxix. 373 
Bradley, xxvii. 274 
Bradley, Leicestershire, xliii. 202 
Bradley, Lincolnshire, manor of, xliv. 200 
Bradley Rocks, Derbyshire, vi. Ill 
Bradley, James, xxxv. 412 

John, extracts from registers of diocese of 
Lincoln, ix. 124 



Bradley, Henry, on Ptolemy's Geography of the 

British Isles, xlviii. 379 
Thomas, x. 85, 94, 95, 97 ; xxxi. 192 
Bradshaw, Mr., Windsor Herald, xvi. 189 ; xxxii. 

143 

Henry, xxx. 474 ; xxxiii. 76 ; xl. 93 
Laurence, xii. 392 ; xviii. 328 
Bradstong, Mr., xl. 420 

Bradwell, Essex, Roman remains at, xii. 439 
Manor of, Oxfordshire, ii. 327 
Priory, Berkshire, xxxi. 479 
Our Lady of, xxxi. 480 
Brady, Edmund, xxv. 593 

Braga, Portugal, JOHN BKOWXLIE on an inscrip- 
tion at, viii. 447 
Hrage, xxviii. 416 
Bragebi, vi. 42 
Bragge, William, two MS. Psalters in collection 

of, xlvi. 241 

Brahminism, influence of, on property, 1. 204 
IJraibef, Joan de, xxxix. 442 
Braich-y-Dinas, iii. 305, 350 

Castle, i. 291 (a), 293 (b), 314 (c) 
Braikenridge, W. Jerdone, mazer belonging to, 1. 

169, 170 

Braintree, xxix. 247 
Braiswick Lane, xxix. 249 
Braithwaite, Daniel, vi. 107 
Braithwell church, Yorks, sculpture at, xlvii. 

174 

Brakenbury, John, xl. 308 
Brakenfield, Derbyshire, x. 114 
Brake-potash, used for making Gothic glass, xlvi. 

103 

Bramage, xxx. 10, 13, 14 
Bramantino, drawings by, i. 131 (a), 132 (b), 

145 (c) 

Bramber castle, Sussex, xii. 421, 439 
Bramber, Mr., brass to, xiii. 148 
Bramdean, Hants, pavements at, xxii. 52 
Braham Moor, Yorks, v. 107, 114 
Battle of, xvi. 143 
Coins found on, xviii. 2 
Brahmin alphabet, ii. 228 



96 



BRA 



Bramley, Mr., xlv. 67 

Brampton, Cumberland, bronze objects from, ix. 

222 

Norfolk, xxiii. 372 
Northants, x. 290 
Derbyshire, inhabitants to make part of 

Chesterfield churchyard wall, ii. 281 
Brampton Abbots, Herefordshire, sedilia at, x. 

291 

Hrnmpton Bryan castle, xxxvii. 211 
Brampton, Master, xxv. .523 
John, xxxvii. 25 
Robert, xxv. 426, 505 
Brnmston, Yorkshire, v. 188 
Bramston, John, xliii. 220 
Bran. xvi. 110 
Brancaster, Norfolk, v. 41 ; xii. 134 ; xiv. 5 ; 

xxiii. 3<!1; xli.421, 428 
Brancell, Nicholas, x. 80 
Branecpeth, Durham, x. 56 
Brancepeth park, xii. 280 
Brancestrc, John dc, xxxii. 86, 88, 89, 90, 95 
Branceton, Lincolnshire, xii. 356 
Branch of a tree, tenure by, xvii. 318 
Branch bullets, see Anns 
Branche. Elizabeth, twelvemonth's mind of, i. 12 

(a) (I,), 14 (r) 
Brand, a priest, v. 200 
Brand, Carstens, xxxvi. 334 
BitANn. Juiix, xvi. 17, 361, 362 

On Roman altar found at Tynemouth, viii. 

326 

On a stone from Alemouth church, x. 472 
On inscriptions in the Tower, xiii. 68 
On seal of Netley abbey, xiii. 193 

Lindorcs abbey, xiii. 196 
On the order and government of a noble- 
man's house, xiii. 384 
On a rare tract, xiii. 406 
On a Roman inscription, xiv. 277 
On Charles I. when duke of York, xv. 9 
On a navy list of James I., xv. 53 
On the accounts of Sir John Franklin ( 1624) 
xv. 157 



Brand continued 

On an inventory of plate in the Tower 

(1649), xv. 271 

On an ancient silver fork, xv. 350 
On a translation of roll of expenses of Ed- 
ward I. at Rhuddlan castle, Wales, xvi. 
32 

On a tournament at Windsor, xvii. 301 
Brandaris, the Netherlands, xxxv. 448 
Brande, John, xiii. 276 

William, swan-mark of, xvi. 153 
Branden, xxi. 256 
Brandenburgh, xxxix. 100, 111 
Cathedral, xxxix. 96, 111 
Church of St. Katherine at, xxxix. 103; 

xlix. 304 

Gateways of, xlix. 304 
Miihlen Thor at, xlix. 105 
Fourteenth century brick town, xlix. 314 
Brandcr, Mr., iii. 239 

Gnstavus, iv. 414 ; v. 203 ; vii. 1 ; viii. 114 ; 
xxxii. 4-16 

On birds' bones discovered in Christ- 
church priory, Hampshire, iv. 117 
Brander's ham, the, land in Oxfordshire, xxxiii. 

276 

Brandeston, Kent, xxxi. 217 
Suffolk, font at, x. 199 
Branding-irons, xxxi. 205 
Brandish, Joseph, xviii. 332 
Brandon, Northumberland, xii. 92 ; xxiii. 371 

Sword found at, xlv. 371 
Hill, xiv. 121 
Brandon family, xliv. 472 

Charles, duke of Suffolk, iii. 194, 212, 315 ; 
xi. 100, 102; xxviii. 107, 108; xlvii. 
299, 300, 317 
Gregory, the hangman, arms of Arragon 

granted to, i. xviii (a) (6) (c) 
Sir Thomas, xxvii. 176 ; xxxi. 169 
Thomas, swan-mark of, xvi. 153 
William, xxxviii. 51 

Brandred, a tripod, sixteenth century, xlviii. 130, 
133 



BRA 



97 



BRANDRETH, HENRY, on Roman station of Magio- 

vintum, xxvii. 96 
Brandy, xxii. 222 
Branford, Simon de, xlv. 459 
Branham Moor, xx. 128 
Branodunum, xii. 134 ; xiv. 5 ; xxiii. 369 ; xli. 

421, 428 

Brantone, Brian de, xxxix. 442 
Braose, Reginald de, wooden effigy of, xlvi. 279 
William de, xxxviii. 25 

Seal of, xxi. 207 
Bras, Mons. de, iii. 391 
Brasiatores, in manor of Aylesbury, 1. 103 
Erasers, see Arms 

Brass, iii. 356 ; v. 112 ; viii. 65 ; xv. 394 
Testimonies to early use of, xxxiv. 173 
Used for feathering arrows, xxi. 270 
Pots, French, xxi. 261 
Brass, R., xl. 291 

Richard, xl. 128 
Brassart, see Arms 
Brasses, Monumental : 
Age of, ii. 297 

Easter Sepulchre on, xlii. 292 
Maker's mark on, xxx. 119 
Palimpsest, xxx. 121 ; xxxi. 510 
Of, Arundel, Margery, xxxi. 483 
Bacon, . . ., xxxi. 270 
Baden, Frederic de, bishop of Utrecht, 

xxix. 54 

Barnardiston, Sir Thomas, xlii. 292 
Beauchamp, Thomas, earl of Warwick, 

xxix. 54 

Braham, Joan, lady, xl. 310 
Bramber, ..., xiii. 163 
Bromflet, Margaret, xxxi. 494 
Brooke, Sir Thomas, xxxi. 51 
Bures, Sir Robert de, xxxi. 270 
At Cobham, Kent, xlvi. 251 
Of Compton family, xv. 302 
Covert, Richard, xlii. 292 
Creke, Sir John de, xxx. 119 
Curzon, Walter, xxxi. 510 
Darley, John, xxxi. 499 



Brasses continued 

Of, Daunce, Sir John, xlvii. 297 
Dave, Sir John, xxx. 124 
Eldred, John, xv. 404 
Ernelly, Margaret, xxxiii. 349 
Estfeld, William, vi. 269 
Felbrigge, Sir Simon, xxix. 53 
Fineux, Elizabeth, xxxi. 490 
Fyndome, Thomas, xlvi. 273 
Grey, Richard, lord, xxxii. 397 
Grimstone, Mary, xl. 468 
Hallum, Robert, bishop of Salisbury, 

xxx. 430, 432 ; xxxii. 394, 395 
Harding, Robert, xlii. 2!'2 
Harpenden, Sir John. xxxi. 511 
Hastings, Sir Jfu^li. xlix. 2i>2 
Hungerford, Robert, xxxviii. 35s 

Walter, lord, xxxviii. 35s 
Johnys, Sir Hugh. xlii. 294 
Formerly at Kings Lungley, xlvi. 31 
Laurence, .John. xlii. 2! '4 
Legh, Roger, xlii. 2111 
Live, Edward, xlii. 294 
Marney, John, lord, xlvi. 273 
Martok, John, xxxi. 4^5 
Mauntel, Elizabeth, xxxii. :;:M 
John, xxxii. 3'.*1 
Sir Walter, xxxii. 3!U 
Muston, Anne, xxxi. 473 
Newport, Richard, ii. 297 
Northwode, Sir John, xxxi. 270 
Percy, Henry, ninth earl of Northum- 
berland, xxvii. 315 
Ralf, . . . Fitz, xxxi. 270 
Septvans, Sir Robert de, xxxi. 270 
Selman, Sir John, xlii. 292 
Svanders, Margaret, xxxix. 29 
Swinborne, Sir Robert and Sir Thomas. 

xlvi. 271 

Totyngton, Thomas, xxx. 122 
Trumpington, Sir Roger de, xxxi. 270 
Urswick, Christopher, xlii. 295 
Waterdeyn, Thomas, xxxix. 505 
Wayte, Thomas, xlii. 294 
O 



BRA 



Brasses continued 

Of, Widville, Thomas, xxx. 124 

Wood, Ellen, xiii. 148 
Brassington Moor, Derbyshire, x. 24 

Roman knife found at, z. 35 
Bratheres, see Arms 
Bratten, Mr., xlv. 91 

Bran i-.h, wooden fort so called, xlvii. 452 
Bratton, Wilts, camp at, viii. 22 
Bratton, Henry de, xviii. 404 
Braun, Kmil, xxxviii. 222 
Brannch, William, xxxviii. 47 
Braunche, good wife, burial of, i. 12 () (b), 

l:{ (c) 

Williiim, torture of, xviii. 181 
Brannesby, Robert, xxiii. 32 
Braunston manor, custom of, 1. 208 
Bravinium, xii. !I2 
Braxted, Little, Essex, church, consecration cross 

in, xlviii. 463 
Bray, Berkshire, xv. 179 
limy, Frances, ca])ture of, temp. Henry VIII. 

xlvii. :>1S, :U9 
Sir Edward, xxxvi. .'J7 
John, lord Bray, xviii. 153 
Pays du, xlv. 427 
Sir Reginald, xxv. 368, 391 

BHAT, WII.LIA.M, on American-Indian picture- 
writing, vi. 159 

On a Roman miliary stone, vii. 84 
On Uruidical remains in Derbyshire, vii. 178 
On the Ikeneld Street, viii. 85 
On the office of surveyor to the king's 

household, viii. 329 
On a Roman road in Surrey, ix. 96 
Exhibits bone weapon from Danebury, ix.378 
On antiquities in counties of Derby and 

York, x. 466 
On the wardrobe accounts of Henry, prince 

of Wales, xi. 88 

On a survey of armory of Tower (1660), xi. 97 
On the expenses of the royal household, xii. 80 
On an account of revenue and expenses of 
Henry, prince of Wales, xv. 13 



BRAY, WILLIAM continued 

On original writs of privy seal, temp. Charles 

I., xv. 394 

On the trial of the pyx, xvi. 164 
On a curious font, xvi. 341 
On customs in husbandry and prices, temp. 

Richard II., xviii. 281 
On a letter to mayor of Winchester respect- 

ing choice of officers (1609), xviii. 291 
On Christmas diversions given by the lord 

of Misrule, xviii. 313, 333 
On letters of James I. to Sir George More, 

xviii. 352 

On urns from Laleham, xviii. 426 
On the seal of St. Osyth's priory, xviii. 444 
On a lottery of 1567, xix. 79 
On the seal of Savoy hospital, London, xix. 

146 
On the confinement of Henry Wriotheslcy, 

earl of Southampton, in 1570, xix. 263 
On the seal of Carthusian priory of Shene, 

xx. 575 
On warrants of Mary I. concerning plays, 

xxi. 551 
On places in north of Scotland mentioned in 

Kdward I.'s progress there, xxii. 424 
On a gravestone at Great Bookham, xxv. 590 
Braybrook, Eleanor, iii. 302 
Elizabeth, iii. 302 
Gerrard, iii. 302 
Maud, iii. 302 
Richard, lord, xxvi. 478 
Sir Reginald, marriage of, xlvi. 250 
Robert de, bishop of London, x. 388 ; xx. 

180; xlii. 170 

Brayes, Warwickshire, manor of, xii. 37 
Brayley, William, exhibits seal of Beraldns, prior 

of Collecaton, xxi. 548 
Braynewoode, Edward, xxxix. 25 
Braynwod, Elias, xlv. 460 
Brays, false, xxi. 355 
Braystanes tarn, xliv. 276 

Brayton church, Yorkshire, Agnus Dei in, xlvii. 170 
Bray wick, xv. 179, 180 



BRA-BRE 



99 



Brazil, meaning of word, xl. 12 

Breach Downs, Kent, xxx. 47, 58 ; xxxiii. 327 

Beads from, xxx. 48 

Ancient burial-place found at, xlviii. 338 
Breaches, Rutlandshire, xi. 206 
Bread, corsned, xxxii. 278 

For greyhounds, iii. 157 

Kneading of, with feet, sixteenth century, 
xlviii. 148 

Ordeal by, xxxii. 278 
Breadstreet, Thomas of, xv. 93 
Breage, Cornwall, xiv. 225 
Breakspear, Nicholas, see Adrian IV. 

Robert, xxxvii. 39 
Breanzon, Berth, de, xvii. 298 
Breasrigh, king of Ireland, ii. 34 
Breastplate of a woman, xiv. 91 
Breasus, Breasis, king of Ireland, ii. 34 
Brech, John le, xxxvii. 281 

Roger le, xxxvii. 295 
Brechin, Scotland, xxi. 491 

Church of, ii. 84 

Diocese of, xvii. 252 

Round tower at, RICHARD GOUGH on, ii. 83 

See of, founded by David, king of Scotland. 
ii. 84 

Hospital, masons' marks on, xxxiv. 36 

Seal of, xxxv. 487 

Saint Ninian's lodge of freemasons, masons' 
marks of, xxxiv. 36 

Round tower at, masons' marks on, xxxiv. 30 
Brechin, William de, xxxiv. 35 
Brecivallus, iv. 25 
Breckhill, xv. 179, 180 
Brecknock, Wales, ii. 23 ; xxv. 392 

Castle, iii. 113 ; iv. 25 

Roman antiquities at, i. 292 (a), 294 (4), 
315 (c) ; iv. 25 ; viii. 441 

Roman bath at, viii. 79 

Roman hypocaust, vii. 205 

Brecknockshire, Roman stations in, WILLIAM 
HARRIS on, ii. 1 

Roman antiquities in, JOHN STRANGE on, 
iv. 1 



Brecknockshire, centurial stone from, xlii. 160 

Brecon Meer, a lake, iv. 16 

Brecquereque, France, Roman remains at, xxxi. 

460 

Breddale, Yorkshire, v. 196 
Bredecombe, xxii. 401 
Bredeman, George, xxxix. 45 
Bredenarde, iii. 200 
Bredenarde, Amaury de, xxxi. 227 
Bredon hill, xvii. 319; xix. 172 

Church, Leicestershire, font in, x. 194 
Church, Worcestershire, tiles in, xliv. 1C9 
Forest, xx. 215 
Bredon, Durande de, xxxvi. 6 

Simon de, xxxv. 463 
Bredyman, George, xvi. !'2 
Breidenbach, Bcrnhard (If, xxi. 300, 3G4 
Breisworth church, Suffolk, xix. 364, 36S 
Brekett. Mr., xxv. 455 
Brembro, Richard, vi. 14t>. 14* 
Bri'ingc, John do, xxxvii. 2*6 
Bremen, church of St. Ansgar at, xxxix. 97 
Bremen, Adam of, xxxvi. 90: xxx viii. 5!) 
Bremen! um, vii. 82 
Bremer, Hdwin of, xiv. 45U 

Roger of, xiv. 450 
Bremeridge farm, Westbury. Wilts, coins found 

at, xlvii. 137 
Bremes, a cell to the abbey of La Capelle, xxxi. 

235 

Bremetenracum, ix. 220 ; x. 137 
Bremetonacae, i. 65 (a) (I), 73 (c) ; xxxiv. 

446 

Bremhill, Wilts, xxxvii. 258 ; xlvii. 147 
Bremmington, Good, xxxiv. 62 
Brenchisle, William, xx. 204 
Brenchley, Kent, xiii. 109 
Breneage, xli. 345 

Brenkeworthe, manor of, xxxvii. 307 
Brenkeworth, Walter de, xxxvii. 292 
Brcnnus, xvi. 110 
Breno, xliv. 133 

Brent, South, church of, belonging to Wells, 
1. 356 

02 



100 



BRE 



BRENT, JOHN, on Anglo-Saxon cemetery at Stowt- 
ing, Kent, xli. 409 

On glass beads with chevron pattern, 

xlv. 297 
Cecil, xlv. 298 
Fnlke, de, vi. 334 ; viii. 199 
Roger, xxvi. 276 . 
Brentford, Middlesex, xx. 214 

Plague at, xxxvii. 17 
Brentford, earl of, see Ruthven, Patrick 
Brcntingham, Thomas, xxviii. 12 
Brentwood, Kssex, chapel at, viii. 38 
Brentwood, Sir John, xxii. 230 

John, xxxvi. 458 
Brereford, Cecilia de, xliii. Go 
Brereton hall, C'heshii-e, x_\xiii. 63 

Church, stained glass in, ix. 368; x. 50, 334; 

xiii. 4n5 
Brercton family, xxxiii. 55 

Arms, xxxni. (>3 

BKCKKTON, O\VI:N SAU>UUKY, v. l(!(i; viii. 450; 
ix. 369; x. 405 ; xi. 133 ; xxiii. 80 

Exhibits gold ornament from the Lizard, 

ii. 40 

On Irish round towers, ii. 80 
On a tour through Wales, iii. Ill 
On household of Henry VIII., iii. 154 
On seal of Henrietta Maria, v. 280 
On an armorial stone at Windsor, xii. 415 
Andrew, xxxiii. 70 
Bartholomew, xxxiii. 73 
Elizabeth, xxxiii. 60, 66 
Gilbert, xxxiii. 56, 58 
Hamo de,Jxxxiii. 56 
Henry, xxxiii. 70 
Humphrey, xxxiii. 73, 80, 81 
Isolda, xxxiii. 58 
Sir John, xxxiii. 79 ; xliii. 67 . 
John, xxxiii. 67 
Lettice, xxxiii. 71 
Margery, xxxiii. 60, 61 
Mr., v. 118 

Mr., exhibited celts, viii. 450 
Sir Ralph, xxxiii. 58, 59, 62 



Brereton continued 

Ralph de, xxxiii. 58 

Sir Randall, xxv. 381 ; xxxiii. 73, 79 

Randal, xxxiii. 61 

Sir Richard, xxxiii. 79 

Richard, xxv. 381 ; xxxiii. 78, 79 ; xliii. 65 
Will of (1557), 1. 193 

Thomas, xxxiii. 60, 78 

Urien, xxxiii. 74, 75, 80 

Sir William, xxv. 381 ; xxxiii. 57, 58, 60, 62, 
67, 76 
Inscription of regarding window in Bre- 

. reton church, Cheshire, ix. 369 
Fondness for duck-decoys, xxxiii. 77 
Victories of, xxxiii. 77 

William, iii. 155; ix. 369; xxxiii. 78 
Brerewood, Edward, i. xix (a), xx (b) (c) 
Brcschia, xliv. 133 
Brescia, Arnold of, xxxvii. 42 

Maurice of, xxiii. 201 
Breslau, Dominican convent at, xxxix. 97 
Bresle, xlv. 451 

Bressay stone, sculpture on, xlvii. 174 
Brest, xx. 14, 100 
Bret, John, xxxviii. 50 

Walter de, xxxi. 441 
Bretagne, monument in, vi. 144 
Bretagne, Anne of, wife of Charles VIII. of 
France, viii. 163 

Stephen, earl of, xyii. 315 
Bretcock, a bird, xxv. 449, 454 
Bretcuil, France, font at, xxv. 164 

Jasper pommel of sword found at, xxxii. 394 
Breteyn, Richard, xxv. 392 
Bretforton church, Worcestershire, sculpture at, 

xlvii. 172 

Brethren, the, jewel called, xxi. 151 
Breton language, xvi. 116; xxv. 203 

Names in Burgh manor charters, xlvii. 180 

Rain-god cult, xlix. 108 

Ferry, vi. 37 
Breton, George, xxxvi. 119 

John le, seal of, xxi. 222 

William de, xxix. 203, 211 






BEE BRI 



101 



Bretone, x. 53 

Bretone, Robert de, xxxix. 442 

Breth, see Britt 

Brett, a turbot, xiii. 387 

Brett, Dr., ii. 214 

Mr., x. 170; xi. 266 

R. captain, xxii. 177 

Richard, bookseller, xxv. 104 

Sir Robert, xlii. 377 

Robert, xlii. 378 

Thomas, vii. 363 
Brette, xxv. 454 

The Crown inn at, xxxv. 204 
Brette, Johan, will of (1496), 1. 190 
Brettenham, Suffolk, xxiii. 370 ; xxix. 250 
Brettevill, Richard de, xxvi. 329 
Bretteyn, Richard, xxv. 423 
Bretton, William, xxxiv. 428 
Bretulph, iv. 67 
Bretwaldas, Anglo-Saxon kings so called, HKNRY 

HALLAM on, xxxii. 245 
Breuse, William de, xxxix. 442 
Breviaria, belonging to St. Paul's (1245), 1. 451, 

452, 499 

Brewase, Joan de, xxxix. 442 
Brewe, Patrick, xl. 323 
Brewer, Mr., xlv. 96 

Edmund, xvi. 31 

John, vi. 197 

Brewers' company, xxxi. 388 
Brewers not to put hops or brimstone in ale, iii. 157 

In manor of Aylesbury, 1. 103 
Brewerton, Reignolde, xii. 385 
Brewes, Peter de, xxxi. 46, 117 

Sir Peter de, xxxi. 123 
Brewhouse furniture, 16th century, xlviii. 133, 

148, 151 

Brewode, Staffordshire, xliii. 202 
Brewood, xliii. 201 
Brewose, Elizabeth de, xx. 222 

Joan de, xx. 222 

Thomas de, xx. 222 
Brews, Margery, xli. 17 

Sir Thomas, xli. 17 
Brewton, Somersetshire, xxxv. 306 



Bre"-y-Dinas, iii. 305, 350 
Breynin, William de, xxxix. 442 
Breyt, William, xlii. 273 
Breze, Piers de, xlvii. 268, 270, 273275, 287 
Bria, John de, xxvi. 338 
Briachos, xxiii. 259 
Brian, Alexander, xiii. 86 
Brampton de, xxxix. 175 
Sir Guido de, xiv. 145, 140 ; xx. 490 
Guy de, xxxix. 442 
Philippa de, xx. 490 
Brianston, Dorset, font at, x. 200 
Briavel, St., castle of, xxvi. 335 
Briccole, see Arms 
Brice, John, xii. 367 
St., vii. 254 
Stephen, xxxvii. 438 
Brick, the use of tlio word, iv. '.is 

Medieval buildings of, xxxvii. .'HI 
Making, xlviii. 223 

Architecture of North Germany, xlix. :>nl 
Architecture, AI.KXAXMKI: Nr:>i:nT on, xxxix. 

93 

And timber structures at Hamburg xr\..'Jii."> 
Ornamented, found at Graveseiul, xxiv. .'!~>s 
Bricks, Greek and Roman names for, ii. ls.">, 1^-7 
Flemish, x. 413, 417, 434 

Manner of making introduced, iv. I'O, IM> 
From Babylon, NATHAXIKI. Hi I..MI; on, xiv. 
55, 56 

Explanation of inscription on, xiv 2(.)5 
German, xxxix. 100 

In England, CHAKLKS LYTTLKTUX on, i. 140 (>;) 
(I), 155 (c) 

JAMKS ESSEX on, iv. 73 
Made at Castre, xii. 137 
Modern, bad, ii. 187 
Moulded, iv. 90 
Moulded, gables of houses in Hamburg of, 

xxi. 158 
Ornamented, found in making St. Katherine's 

docks, London, xxiv. 356 
Ornamented, found in Mersey Island, Essex, 

v. 230 
Price of, temp. Edward III., iv. 91 



102 



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Bricks continued 

Roman, v. 35 ; xxvi. 45 

Measurements of, ii. 185 ; iv. 189 
Specific gravities of, ii. 186 
Roman, at Kingsholm, Gloucestershire, xviii. 

116 

Roman, at Leicester, xxvi. 28 
Roman, found at Stoke, xxii. 32 
Roman, found lit York, ii. 179 
Roman, found in Mark Lane, London, i. 139 

(n) (l>). 154 (r); xxiv. 357 
Roman, in France, xxvi. 27 
Roman, in Lorraine, iv, 11 
Rubbed, trmi>. Henry VIII., iii. 204 
Sepulchral memorials of, xxxix. Ill 
Stamped with coat of arms found at Folke- 
stone, xvi. .'{(> 4 

Triangular, from Malmesbury, xlix. 427 
Two ehurehes at St. Albans built of, iv. 8(3 
I'sed by Saxons, iv. 85; vi. 104 
I'sed in King's Hall, Cambridge, iv. 91 
I sed in Kly priory, iv. !KJ 
Used in Rushmcre church tower, Suffolk, 

xxui. l.'i 

I'sed in Siberia, ii. 229 
Unbaked, iv. 85 
Brick-burners, for St. Kdmundsbury abbey, xxiii. 

:{:i2 

Bricklayers' wages in 1610, xi. 203 
Brickniaking, cost of in 1561, xxxvi. 295 
Brickwork in Home, earliest example of, xlix. 

427 

Urickett. John, xii. 363 
Richarde, xii. 394 
Brickette.s. see Arms 
Brickland, John, xxxv. 474 
Brickman. Francis, xxxiv. 429 
Briconnet, Guillanme, xxvii. 180 

Robert, archbishop of Rheims, xxvii. 164 
Bricqucville, Hugh de, xxvii. 24 
Bricqncville snr mer, services by which held, 

xxvii. 24 

Brictins, bishop of Limerick, xvii. 33 
Brid, William, xvi. 35, 45, 54, 69 
Briddeman, licut.-col. xxxv. 325 



Bride, Reginald, xxxi. 87 
Bride-ales, xii. 12 

Archaic origin of, 1. 197 
Bridekirk, Cumberland, xxii. 170 

Font at, ii. 131 ; xiv. 113 ; xix. 379 

Runic inscription at, xxviii. 347 
Bridecake, Ralph, xlv. 109 
Bride Stones, Staffordshire, ii. 358, 363; xxv. 55 

Yorkshire, ii. 358 
Bridcton, Dorsetshire, viii. 221 
Bridge, Thomas, xii. 27 
Bridgeman, William, xxxiv. 351 
Bridger, Charles, xxxvi. 176 
Bridgeham, Norfolk, viii. 237 
Hrigden, Edward, i. xxxv. (b) 
Bridge, Roman, at Little Chester, x. 34 

In Bosnia, xlix. 19, 20 
Bridges, xvii. 43, 47 ; xlix. 49, 101 

Tunnels in piers of, xvii. 48, 49 
Bridges, Sir Brooke, xxx. 551 ; xxxvi. 177 

Edmund, xxxix. 175 

Giles, xii. 228 

Sir John, xxxvii. 490 

John, xii. 345, 354, 393, 394 

Mr. xxxvii. 221 

Sir Thomas, xxxvii. 490 
Mridgcwryght, a surname, the origin of, xxvii. 

81 
Bridgman, Sir Orlando, xxxiii. 274 ; xxxvii. 282 

William, xxxiv. 351 

The gardener, vii. 127 
Bridgcnorth, Shropshire, castle, iii. 11) 

Hospital, viii. 157 

Seals, xv. 380, 401 

Bridgwatcr, Somersetshire, xiv. 90, 103 
Bridle-bit, xxxv. 399 

Bronze, from Hagbonrn Hill, Berks, xvi. 348 

Saxon, xxxiii. 331 
Bridlington, Yorks, bay of, xxv. 141 

Priory, survey of, xix. 270 

Deed relating to, xxx. 545 
Shrine of St. John of, xix. 272 
Bridlington, John of, xx. 254, 255 
Bridport, Dorsetshire, viii. 221 

Mint at, xxvi. 6, 8 






BRI 



103 




Bridsmore Tree farm, Wiltshire, xxxv. 273 
Brie, la celle en, English Benedictines at, xiii. 

265 

Brie, John de, xxvi. 338 
Brien, Sir Gny, xvii. 335 ; xxxi. 24 

Philippa de, xvii. 335 
Brienne, Mons. de, xxxii. 27 
Brienson, Bartholemew de, xxxix. 442 
Brier, Peter, destroys town of Sandwich (1457), 

i. 82 (a) (6), 93 (c) 
Brief Notes (Chronicle so called), on Edward 

PV.'s reign, xlvii. 266, 271, 272, 273 ' 
Brief Latin Chronicle, ed. GAIRDXER, on Edward 

IV.'s reign, xlvii. 266, 269, 273, 274, 276, 

278 

Brigandine, see Arms 
Brig, brigantine, suggested derivation of, xxxi. 

279 

Brigantes, the, xxxi. 279 ; xlviii. 338, 395 
Brigbote, definition of, xlvii. 127, 129 
Brig Casterton, i. 62 (a) (6), 69 (c) x. 379 
Brige, viii. 90 

Brigg, Lincolnshire, ancient boat from, 1. 361 
Brigge, William atte, xxxvii. 307 
Brigger, Walter, xxxvii. 338 
Brigges, William, xli. 338 
Brigges, brewer's wooden frame, 16th cent., xlviii. 

147 

Briggs, Mr., xii. 248 
Brigham, William de, xxxi. 93 
Bright, Robert, xxxi. 204 

William, xii. 232 
Brighte, Symon, xxxvii. 384 
Brighthampton, Oxfordshire, xli. 419 

Anglo-Saxon cemetery at, JOHN YOXUK 

AKERMAN on, xxxvii. 391 ; xxxviii. 84 
Brighthelmstone, see Brighton 
Brighton, Sussex, dome of royal stables at, xvii. 

58 

Earring from, xxix. 372 
French attack on (1545), xxiv. 292 
Font at, x. 188, 217 
Brightwelle, Thomas, printer, xxv. 103 
Brigit, St., MS. life of, xvii. 328 



Brigowne, Ireland, round tower at, destroyed, 

i. 305 (a), 307 (6), 329 (c) 

Brigstock church, Northamptonshire, xxvi. 29, 35 
Brihtelm, bishop of Winchester, ii. 78 
Brihtric, ii. 78 

Brill, the, Buckinghamshire, celt found at, v. 116 
A palace of Edward the Confessor at, iii. 15 
Brimesbnry, vii. 79 
Brimham Rocks, Yorks, HATMA.N ROOKK on, viii. 

209 

Brimington, Derbyshire, plague at, vi. f>0 
Brimpton, Berkshire, Arabic numerals ut, iv. 22 
Brimstone not to be put into ale, iii. 157 
Brindisi, churches of, 1. 418, 419 
Brington, Northant.s, viii. 236 
Brinkworth, Wiltshire, xxxvii. 258 
Brinsop, Herefordshire, sculpture at, xliv 149, 

186 

Brintone, Adam de, xxxix. 442 
Brion, Mons., iii. 194 
Briony, Normandy, vi. 270 
Briott, Nicholas, xlvii. 403 
Briou, Normandy, earl of, ix. '2~>~> 
Brioude, bridge of, xvii. 43, 45 
Briquctnge de Marsal, iv. 10 
Brisacre, Agnes, xxv. 380 
JJrisco, Sir Robert, xliv. 275 
liriscoe, William, xxxv. 274 
Brise, Francis, xxxvi. 230 
Briset, the barony of, ii. 328 
Briseyard, Suffolk, xv. 93 
Brissingham, Norfolk, viii. 236 
Bristol, Gloucestershire, xx. 64, 65 ; xxvi. 335 ; 

xxviii. 220 

Abbey gate, details from, xvi. 361 
Castle, Stephen imprisored in, iv 137 
Cathedral, masons' marks in, xxx. 114, 120 
Miserere in, xliv. 207 
Sedilia in, x. 288 
Early sculpture in, xlvii. 172 
Tomb of bishop Paul Bush, ii. 300 
Church of St. Mary Redcliffe, xlii. 301 
GEORGE PRICE on, xxxv. 279 
Masons' marks in, xxx. 114, 120 



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Bristol continued 

Edward IV. at, xxix. 131 

Jew tortured at, viii. 397 

The military history of in the seventeenth 
century, EDMUND TCRNOR on, xiv. 119 

Plan of fortifications of (1644), xiv. 130 

Mint at, xviii. 3; xxiv. 159; xxvi. 8, 17; 
xxviii. 53, 61 

Priory of St. James at, xiii. 241 

St. Paul's fair prohibited, xxxvii. 7 

Hed cloth of, xxv. 499, 546 

Seals of, xxi. 79 

Siege of, xlvi. 16 

Waiters of. xxv. 324 

\Vills and inventories of inhabitants of, 1. 182 
Hristnl. Hishop of, fee Bush, Paul 

Karl (if, *>< Digby, George 

John do, xxix. l!'l 

Juliana do, xl. 424 

William do, xxvi. 324 
Hristow, Kov. Mr., ix. 199 
Bristowe, Nicholas, xii. 392 
Bristuard, Dorsetshire, viii. 228 
Britain, the first peopling of, l)i:. HAVII.AND on, 
i. 49 (a) (/,), 54 (c) 

Caesar's landing in, xxxix. 277 

Conquest of, by the Veneti, xlviii. 118 

Early communication with Gaul, xlvi. 459 

Earlv fortifications of, xlvi. 458, 459 

Karly huts of, xlvi. 456 

Early storage pits of, xlvi. 449 

Early tin coins of, from Caburn, xlvi. 470, 495 

Emperor of, xxxiii. 315 

Evidence as to result of Teutonic conquest 
of, xlviii. 36 

Evidence of Roman occupation of, xlvi. 8, 
329 

Fabulous conquest of, by the Greeks, xxv. 
602 

Infanticide in, xliii. 313 

Magi in, ii. 243 

Pre- Roman, xlviii. 228, 234 

Roman conquest of, military decoration re- 
lating to, xlix. 439 



Britain continued 

Roman, the Centnriation of, HENRY CHARLES 

COOTE on, xlii. 127 

The condition of, from the descent of Caesar 
to the coming of Claudius, JOHN YONOE 
AKERMAN on, xxxiii. 177 
Unnoticed expedition of Augustus into, WIL- 
LIAM HENRY BLACK on, xliv. 65 
Vespasian's first campaign in, CHARLES 

WARNE on, xli. 387 
Wife burning in, xliii. 312 
Britanni, the, a continental people, iii. 89; xvi. 

105 

Britannia, mode of spelling, xlix. 441 
Britannia, John de, xvii. 299; xxviii. 269, 298, 

xiv. 434 
Britanniarum Portus, of Richborough, Kent, i. 

185 (a), 186 (6), 205 (c) 
Britford, Wiltshire, xxvi. 29, 41 ; xxxv. 274 
Brith, John, xiv. 64 
Brithnoth, ii. 364 ; xii. 39 

Bones of, discovered at Ely, ii. 365 
Killed in battle by the Danes, ii. 365 
British Isles, origin of inhabitants of, SAMUEL 

GKKATHEED on, xvi. 95 
Ptolemy's geography of, xlviii. 379 
British population destroyed by the Anglo-Saxons, 

xlii. 443 

British museum, bone comb in, xlvi. 432 
Akkadian tablet in, xlvii. 346 
Book in, 1. 496 

Book once belonging to St. Paul's in, 1. 452 
Coin of Ballroos in, xlviii. 44 
Engravings of St. George and the Dragon in, 

xlix. 262 

Iron axe in, xlvi. 442, 443 
Objects of glass in, xlvi. 68, 71, 77, 78, 80, 
81, 85, 86, 90, 92, 93, 98, 99, 100, 101, 
129, 142 

Scandinavian Sword in, 1. 530, 531, 535 
Brito, Richard x. 335; xxiii. 311 
Roger, xi. 259 

Simon, grant of, to church, for murder of 
Becket, 1. 317 



BRI-BRO 



105 



Briton, Ivo le, xxxvi. 253 

Britons, . knowledge of mechanical appliances, 

xxxviii. 410 

Degeneracy of, xlii. 444 
Polyandry of, xliii. 300 
Boats of, xlviii. 233 

Roads of, xlviii. 229, 230, 234, 239, 248 
Burial-place of, found near Marston, xlviii. 339 
Weapons of, xlviii. 338 
Evidence as to clothing of, 1. 292 
Britt, a fish, xiii. 348, 387 
Brittayle, Loys de, i. 350 (a), 352 (b), 377* (c) 
Brittany, duke of, ii. 206 

Honour of, i.e. honour of Richmond, Yorks, 

ii. 332 

Treaty of, iii. 217, 323 
Iron axe found in, xlvi. 442 
Granite monoliths in, xlviii. 422, 425, 42(! 
John of, xlv. 430, 433 
Britte, Robert, xxxvi. 267 
Brittia, island of, xxv. 603 
Britto, Clarentio de, xxxiii. 223 
John Curreo de, xxxiii. 222 
Britton, Richard, ix. 368 
Brius, Robert, xxxix. 442 
Brival, the suffix, xxxiv. 238 
Briver, Isabella, ii. 276 

William, ii. 276 

Brixham Cave, Devon, xxxviii. 282; xxxix. 79 
Brixidone, grant of a hide of land at, 1. 252 
Brixworth, Northants, xxv. 167 ; xliii. 34:5 
Church, xxvi. 29, 36 ; xliii. 119 
Roman eagle at, xliii. 119 
Broach or broch, spire of church, x. 71; xi. 75 
Broad, Richard, xxxix. 215 
Broadbridge Green, Gloucestershire, xix. 169 
Broade, Francis, xli. 238 

Broad Field, Englewood Forest, ix. 223 ; x. 106 
Broadstairs, Thanet, viii. 351 

(St. Peter's), Roman objects found at, xlvi. 

447 

Broadward, Herefordshire, xxxvii. 195 
Broc, Laurence de, xxxix. 442 
Brocade coverings, desks and foliage, xlix. 300 



Brocas, Sir Bernard, xx. 215 

Farmer of Hamble priory (1394), 1. 254, 

258 

Bernard, xxxvii. 451 
Sir John, xxxi. 85, 89, 99, 100 
John, xxxi. 99, 117 
Bi-occardo, see Arms 

Broch, a spit, x. 250 ; xxvi. 404 ; xliii. 212 
Broche, tenure of finding a, xii. 28 
Brochvael, Beli Hardd ap, xxxvi. 422 
Brock, Roger, xlii. 276 
Brockdish, Norfolk, font at, x. 207 
Brocke, Mr., xxxvii. 484 
Brockmael, iv. 25 
Brockwel, iv. 2t 

Brockquiere, Bertrand dc la, xxi. 291 
Brocton, Yorks. v. 1!)6 
Brode, Richard le, xxxvii. 2!>1 
Brodenham, Herefordshire, xi. 385 
Brodfelde, John, xxxvi. I!!' 
Brodgate, Thomas, xi. 21-5 
Brodie, sculptured stone at. 1. 2!>i2 
Brodic, Kdward C., xxxvi. 71 
Broederlain, Flemish artist, xlix. 2i!o 
Brods, nails, xxxvi. 309 
Brogar, Orkney, xxxiv. 96, 97, lUl 
Broghton, Thomas de, xxxi. 88 
Brogmalins, iv. 25 
Broigne, see Arms 
Broke, Norfolk, xvii. 311 

Rutlandshire, xliii. 202 
Broke, Mr., xxv. 390 

Lord, see " Willoughby, Robert " 
John, xli. 368 
Richard, xxxvi. 25 
see Brooke 

Brokehole, Thomas de, xxxix. 412 
Brokelesby, William de, xxxi. 96 
Brokenborough, or Brokenburgh, xxxvii. 257, 258; 

1.423 

Manor of, xxxvii. 307 
Brokenbridge, Pagan de, xxxvii. 293 
Broker, Nicholas, xxix. 52 
Brokers, the abuses of, xxix. 282 



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Brokesgate, Salomon de, xxv. 614 
Brokett, Thomas, xxv. 455 
Brokinbridge, John de, xxxvii. 292 
Brome, Richard de, xlv. 173 

Roger de, xxxix. 442 
Bromefelld, Henry, xxiii. 28 
Bromefleetc, Sir Henry, iii. 286 

Sir Thomas, iii. 286 
BKOMET, WILLIAM, on epitaph of Fnstrada, wife of 

Charles the Great, xxix. 371 
On Halnaker House, Sussex, xxix. .'580 
On sculptures in the church of Notre Dame, 

St. Omer, xxx. . r >37 
On remains found at Newark priory, Surrey, 

xxxi. 4159 
Exhibits rubbing of incised stone found at 

Helaugh priory, Yorkshire, xxxi. 484 
Exhibits rubbing of slab at Avignon to 

Raimond, count of Beaufort, xxxi. 486 
On incised slab in Selby abbey, xxxi. 498 
On the capitulation of St. Jean d'Angely 

(1581), xxxi. 504 

Exhibits rubbing of slab of Robert de 
Roos at Botteaford, Leicestershire, xxxii. 
396 
Exhibits rubbing of brass of Richard, lord 

Grey, at Eton, xxxii. 397 
Exhibits celts found in France, xxxii. 400 
Exhibits Mexican earthenware, xxxii. 401 
On bronze helmets and celts found at Mattrey, 

near Innsbruck, xxxii. 409 
On monument at Gaur' Innis, Brittany, xxxii. 

443 
On cromlech and obelisk at Locmariaker, 

Brittany, xxxii. 443 

On Roman tablet at Dresden, xxxii. 447 
Bromfield, Kent, viii. 220 ; xii. 416 

Somerset, church of, granted to Wells, 1. 357 
Bromflet, Henry, lord Vescy, xxxi. 494 
Bromham church, Bedfordshire, monumental brass 

in. xxx. 124 

Dedication cross in, xlvii. 165 
Bromhead, Mr., xxxiv. 59 
Bromlee, William, xxiv. 312 



Bromlegh, John de, xxxi. 66 

Bromley, Kent, viii. 220; xii. 17 ; xxxiv. 53 

Bought of king Edgar by bishop Elfstan, ii. 

78 

Plague at, xxxvii. 19, 20 
Image of St. Blaze at, xii. 19 
Bromley Bagots, Staffordshire, xxv. 38 
Bromley Mark, Kent, xxxvi. 124 
Bromley, Mr., xv. 130 
John, xii. 13 
Sir Thomas, xiii. 78 ; xv. 131 ; xxx. 67, 473, 

474 

Brompton, Middlesex, vii. 127 
Vines grown at, ii. 69 
Park, garden at, xii. 189 

Greenhouse at, xii. 181 
upon Swale, Yorkshire, xlvii. 182 
Bridge, hospital of St. Giles at, xlvii. 181, 

182 

Brompton, John, iv. 34 
Bromtone, Brian de, xxxix. 442 
Joan de, xxxix. 442 
Walter de, xxxix. 442 
Bromsgrove, Richard de, xix. 68 
Bromwell, Mr., xv. 402 
Bromwent, Arnold, xxv. 322 
Bromyard, Hereford, xviii. 430 
Bromyard, John, xxxii. 363 
Bronage, France, salt of, iii. 243 
Bronart, Edward, xxxv. 469 

Katherine, xxxv. 466 
Brone, Thurstan, xliii. 220 
Bronger, Thomas, xi. 243, 245, 249 
Brontone, Piers de, xxxix. 442 
Bronze age, glass (opaque) manufactured in, xlvi. 

79 

Implements of, xlvi. 434, 436, 441 
Metal working in, xlvii. 478 
Bronze objects, weapons and implements only> 

see Arms 

Armour from Caburn, xlvi. 444, 478 
Axe, xv. 394 

Votive, xlvi. 184 

From Elsdon, Northumberland, xlv. 371 



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107 



Bronze objects continued 

From Hallein, Austria, xlv. 371 
From Thnn, xlvi. 184 
Dagger, from Wilburton Fen, xlviii. 107, 

108 

Daggers, xxvi. 329, 330 
Implements, xlvi. 434, 436, 441 

From Cyprus, xlv. 132 
Knives, xxxvi. 351 

Socketed, xxxvi. 330 

From Bere Regis, Dorsetshire, xliii. 454 

From Bishop Wilton, Yorkshire, xliii. 

452 

From Brier Low, Derbyshire, xliii. 452 
From Broughton, Lincolnshire, xliii. 457 
From Bush Barrow, Wiltshire, xliii. 

454 
From Camerton, Somersetshire', xliii. 

453 
From Carder Low, Derbyshire, xliii. 

452 
From Cranmore, West, Somersetshire, 

xliii. 454 

From Cressingham, Norfolk, xliii. 454 
From Dorchester, xxx. 332, 338 
From Dow Low, Derbyshire, xliii. 461 
From Everley, Wiltshire, xliii. 454 
From Garton, Yorkshire, xliii. 454 
From Highdown, Sussex, xlii. 60 
From Homington, Wiltshire, xliii. 452 
From Italy, xlii. 119, 487 
From Kennet, East, Wiltshire, xliii. 452 
From Lady Low, Staffordshire, xliii. 

449 

From Lake, Wiltshire, xliii. 454 
From Lett Low, Staffordshire, xliii. 452 
From Llanwyllog, Anglesey, xliii. 449 
From Milston, Wiltshire, xliii. 454 
From Priddy, Somersetshire, xliii. 449 
From Roundway, Wiltshire, xliii. 449, 

450, 454, 457 

From Teddington, Middlesex, xliii. 454 
From Wilburton Fen, xlviii. 107, 108 
From Wiltshire, xliii. 449 



Bronze objects continued 

From Winterslow, Wiltshire, xliii. 449 
From Woodyates, Dorsetshire, xliii. 454 

Moulds for casting implements, xv. 394 
From Hissarlik, xlv. 49 

Objects, from Brampton, Cumberland, ix. 222 
From Lago di Fucino, xliii. 559 
From Musdin, Staffordshire, xliii. 461 
From Polden Hill, Somersetshire, xiv. 

91,92 
From Smiril, Derbyshire 1 , ix. 190 

Razor from Balblair, Sutherlandshire, xliii. 

451 
Blades from round barrows, xliii. 451 

Shield, from Grimthorpe, Yorkshire, xliii. 483 
From Herbertstown, Limerick, xliii. 480 
From the Isis. xxvii. 298 
From the Thames, xxxii. 443 
From the Witlmm, xxiii. 96, 97 

Spears, xxxvi. 327, 32S. 330 

From Caburn, Sussex, xlvi. 479 

From Cwm Modi. Merionethshire, xvi. 

365 

From Glen Kenns, x. 478, 480 
From Eastbourne, Sussex, xvi. 363 
From Fnlham Road. Middlesex, xxxii. 394 
From Gringley, Nottinghamshire, xvi. 

361 
From Hagbonmc Hill, Berkshire, xvi. 

348 

From Holyhead, xxvi. 483 
From the Lea, xxvi. 482 
From Middleton, Derbyshire, ix. 84, 94 
From Pistill Dewy Hill, Carmarthen- 
shire, xvi. 365 

From St. Hilary, Cornwall, xv. 120 
From Sherwood Forest, ix. 84, 94 
From Shropshire, xxvi. 464 
From Upton Lovel, Wilts, xv. 129 
From Wilburton Fen, xlviii. 107, 108 
From Woolwich, vii. 412 

Swords, xxxvi. 351 

Analysis of, xix. 58 
From the Cam, xix. 57 

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Bronze objects continued 

From Cnllen, Ireland, iii. 355, 362, 367 
From Falbonrn, Cambridgeshire, xix. 60 
From Glamorganshire, xliii. 480 
From Lanant, Cornwall, xv. 118 
From Mawgan, Cornwall, xvii. 337 
From St. Hilary, Cornwall, xv. 120 
From the Thames, xxvi. 482 ; xxx. 492 
From Wilburton Fen, xlviii. 107, 108 
From the Withani, xliii. 480 
Weapon, from Asterabad, xxx. 2">0 
Weapons, Anglo-Saxon, xxxv. 278 ; xxxviii. 

347 

Stamping work on, xlvii. 474, 478 
From Belbnry Camp, Dorsetshire, xlviii. 115 
From Blackmoor, Hants, xlviii. 113 
From Caburn, Sussex, xlvi. 444, 477 i79, 

491, 492 

From Carlisle, Cumberland, x. 138 
From Caesar's Camp, Kent, xlvii. 456 
From Cervetri, xlii. 487 
From Cornwall, cliff castles in, xlix. 181 
From Dalswinton, Dumfriesshire, x. 481 
Fiom Denbighshire, xliii. 556 
From Dublin, Royal Irish Academy, Petric 

collection in. xlvii. 47.'! 
From Duston, Northamptonshire, xlii. 129 
From Fowey, Cornwall, xii. 40S, 414 
From Gailsfield, Montgomeryshire, xlviii. 113 
From Nemi, lake of, 1. 65 
From Praeneste, xlii. 487 
From Rochdale, Yorks, xxv. 395 
From Shields, South, Durham, xlvi. 161 
From Silchester, Hants, xlvi. 342, 354; 1. 267 
From Sleaford, Lincolnshire, 1. 389, 392, 393, 

395, 397, 399, 406 

From Swiss grave mounds, xlvii. 135, 136 
From Urdingen, xliii. 255 
From Wilburton Fen, Cambridgeshire, xlviii. 

106 
Bronzes from Colchester, CHARLES NEWTON on, 

xxxi. 443 

Roman, found in the Thames, xxviii. 38 
Broobach, xxxv. 9 



Brooches, fibulae, buckles, xxx. 134 ; xxxv. 108, 
276, 278; xxxvi. 71; xxxvii. 104, 106; 
xxxviii. 333, 352 ; xxxix. 508 ; xli. 411, 413 
Horse-shoe pattern on Anglo-Saxon, 1. 390 
Roman, from Anglo-Saxon graves, 1. 403 
Swastica ornamentation on Anglo-Saxon, 1. 

386, 394, 398, 401 
Alemannic, xxxvi. 133, 160 
Anglo-Saxon, xxxiii. 332; xxxvii. 114, 142, 

146 ; xxxviii. 342, 347, 352 
Like a bird, xxxiv. 79, 82 
Of Childeric, ii. 72 
In coffin of Edward I., iii. 383 
Worn in hat, xxiv. 183 
Merovingian, xxxv. 491, 492 
Mould for casting, xiv. 272, 275 
From Albano, xlii. 120 
From Amiens, xxxiii. 174 
From Asgarby, Lincolnshire, xxxv. 478 
From Badby, Northamptonshire, xxxi. 488 
From Bally money, Antrim, xvii. 333 
From Breach Downs, Kent, xxx. 52 
From Bn'ghthampton, Oxon, xxxvii. 391 ; 

xxxviii. 97 

From Campania, xxxvi. 358, 360 
From Chisell Down, Isle of Wight, xliv. 483 
From Circncester, x. 133 
From Colchester, xxxix. 508, 510 
From Coltishill, Norfolk, xxii. 422 
From Dieppe, xxxv. Ill, 112 
From Dorchester, Dorset, xxxviii. 334 
From Fairford, Gloucestershire, xxxiv. 78, 

79,82 
From Folkestone, Caesar's camp, xlvii. 439, 

441, 447, 456, 463 

From Frilford, Berkshire, xlii. 423, 483 
From Gilton, Kent, xxx. 135 
From Harnham Hill, Wilts, xxxv. 475 
From Hnckeridge Hill, Cambs, xviii. 342 
From Ireland, ii. 39 

From Kellythorpe, Yorkshire, xxxiv. 255, 256 
From Kirkby Thore, Westmoreland, xxxi. 285 
From Lidney Park, Gloucestershire, x. 133 
From London, St. Mary Hill, iv. 357 



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109 



Brooches continued 

From Marston St. Laurence, Northampton- 
shire, xxxiii. 331, 334 ; xlviii. 328330, 
332 

From Mentmore, Bucks, xxxv. 381 
From Nismes, xxxiv. 71 
From Orton Scar, Westmorland, xxxiv. 446 
From Plymouth, xl. 503 
From Polden Hill, Somersetshire, xiv. 92 
From Praeneste, xlii. 481, 487 
From Ragley Park, Warwickshire, xliv. 482 
From Rigwell, Essex, xiv. 67 
From Rocca Priore, near Rome, v. 340 
From St. Austell, Cornwall, ix. 188 
From Sarre, Kent, xliv. 483 
From Sherrington, Wilts, xv. 345 
From Shields, South, Durham, xlvi. 169 
From Silchester, Hants, xlvi. 342, 354 
From Sleaford, Lincolnshire, 1. 388394, 396 

-405 

From Stodmarsh, Kent, xxxiv. 179 
From Stone, Buckinghamshire, xxx. 545, 546 
From Stowting, Kent, xli. 411 
From Swiss grave-mounds, xlvii. 135, 136 
From Symi, xlix. 363 
From the Thames, xxx. 492 
From Warlingham, Surrey, ix. 100 
From Winslow, Buckinghamshire, xi. 425, 429 
From Winster, Derbyshire, iii. 275 
From Wittenham, Long, Berks, xxxix. 139, 

140, 142 

From Worcester, xxxvi. 201, 202 
From Zuhci, xlviii. 100 
Brook, Kent, i. 326 (a), 328 (6), 350 (P) 

Church, consecration cross in, xlviii. 460 
Brooke, the lordship of, xvii. 311 
Lord, see Greville, Robert 
Dr ,i.xvii(a)(6),xix(c);xiv.l44, 148; xiv. 71 
Duke, xxxviii. 401 
George, xxxv. 216 
George, lord Cobham, xii. 377 
Henry Charles, xviii. 118 
Henry, tenth lord Cobham, letter of Sir 
Benjamin Tichborne to James I. con- 
cerning, xxi. 170 



Brooke continued 

J. G. WALLER on the fate of, xlvi. 249 
John, xxiii. 100 ; xli. 347 
John, lord Cobham, i. 351 (a), 353 (b), 375 

(c), 352 (a), 354 (b), 376 (c) 
BROOKE, JOHN CHARLES, on cei-cmonial of making 

the king's bed, iv. 311 
On Sir Richard Worsley's seal, iv. 182 
On seal of Robert, baron Fit/waiter, v. 

211 

On Saxon inscription at Kirkdale, York- 
shire, v. 188 
On great seal of queen Catherine Parr, 

v. 232 

On great seal of queen Mary d'Eate, v. 367 
On Saxon inscription at Aldborough, 

Yorkshire, vi. 39 
On families of Knolles, d'Ageworth, and 

Bembro, vi. 14t> 
On a deed relating to manor of Nether 

Sittlington, vii. 416 
Ralph, i. xviii (<(), xix (l>) (V) 
Robert, xli. 349 
Shaw, xix. 411 
Sir Thomas, brass of, xxxi. ."ill 

Marriage of, xlvi. 2.M 
Thomas, xix. 263 
Sir William, xxxiv. 322 
William, lord Cobham, xix. 263 
William Henry, xxii. 349 
Brookes, Robert, xxxv. 21 
Brookhill, near Lisnagarvy, Ireland, i. 96 (/i) (b). 

107 (c) 

Brookland, Kent, font at, x. 187 ; xliv. 145, 1M! 
Brooksby, Leicestershire, xxxi. 272 
Brook-warden, office of, xlvi. 417 
Broom, xxix. 41, 45 

Used for shoeing horses, iii. 48 
Broom, Richard, xxiv. 323 
Broome, Suffolk, xxiii. 368 
Broomhead Moor, Yorks, v. 92 
Broomhill, Kent, xiv. 448 

Broomhouse Lane, Lancashire, i. 70 (a) (b), 78 (c) 
Broon, Sir Richard, xix. 107 
Broosby, Mrs., xxxvi. 76 



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Brosse. Jacques de, xxxix. 145 

Brostone, Yorkshire, v. 196 

Brothel at Pompeii, iv. 169 

Brother-house, near Crowland, iii. 99 ; vi. 398 

Brothericke, William, xxvi. 385, 390 

Brothers, Mr., xlv. 301 

Brothertoft. Lincolnshire, xli. 341 

Bmtherton, Yorkshire, xxvi. 320 

Church, discoveries in, WILLIAM DRAKE on, 

ix. 25:t 
Brothcrt<m, Thomas do, iv. 397; vi. 299; xxvi. 341 

Constable of Norwich, xii. 144 

Repaired Noi wich castle, xii. 164 

Arms of. xii. 163 
Bratton, manor of. xlii. 40'2 
Hmugh. Derbyshire, iii. ~'.M ; x. 22 

Images found at, vi. 248, 253 
Bmughheud. near Elgin, sei/.ed by the Danes, v. 

-V.-J 

Brough-on-Humber, Yorkshire-, 'celts and celt- 
moulds found, v. Ill 
Brough Hall, Yorkshire, MS. notes on, xlvii. 179 

Manor, documents relating to, xlvii. 179 
Hmugh, Richard, x. 7G, 80 

Brougham, Westmoreland, discovery of a cist at, 
RdiiKicr HARKNESS and VALLANCE STALK KK 
on, xlv. H7 

Bronghton, Glamorgan, ii. 16 
Broughton. Lincolnshire, xl. 226 

Knight's fee in. xlvii. 130 

Episcopal visitation to (1G27), xlviii. 269 
Bi-oughton Moor. Lancashire, xxxi. 451 
Bronghton Poggs. Oxfordshire, Anglo-Saxon ceme- 
tery at. xxxvii. 140 
Broughton. Hugh, i. viii (a) (6) (c) 

Richard, biogi-aphical notice of, i. viii (a) 

(*) (c) 

Sir Thomas, xxviii. 389 
Broun, Sir George, i. 350 (a), 352 (6), 377 (c) 

Henry, xxxvii. 279 

Robert, xxxvii. 279 

Walter, xii. 354; xxviii. 299 
Broune, Mr., xxiii. 28 

Luke, xxxvii. 337 

Thomas, xliv. 416 



Bronne, Sir Valentine, xxx. 161, 164 
Brounyng, Thomas, xxxiv. 41 
Brovonacae, xxxi. 281 
Browhill, John, xliii. 221 

Brown, Mr., vi. 395; vii. 126, 127, 130; xix. 107 

Sir Anthony, iii. 244, 246, 256, 264; viii. 

410 ; xii. 382 ; xviii. 81 ; xxx. 464, 472 ; 

xxxiii. 6 

Anthony, viscount Montagu, iii. 239; xix. 

263 
BROWN, Dr. EDWARD, on antiquities of Skopia, 

xlix. 82 

George, xxviii. 20 ; xxxiv. 60 ; xli. 354 
Hugh, xxv. 538 
James, xvii. 335 ; xliii. 355 
John, xii. 384; xxv. 417, 440; xxvi. 276; 
xxxiv. 61; xxxvii. 276; xxxviii. 278; 
xxxix. 22, 23 
BHOWN, JOHN, exhibits gold idol from Santa Fe de 

Bagota, xxxi. 484 
Martin, xxxviii. 175 
Nicholas, xxxvii. 435 

BROWN, RAW DON, On achievement of Thomas Mow- 
bray, duke of Norfolk, xxix. 387 
BROWN, HOIIKRT, Junior, on a German Astronomico- 
Astrological MS. and on the origin of the 
signs of the Zodiac, xlvii. 337 

On the gryphon, heraldic and mytholo- 
gical, xlviii. 355 

William, i. 381 (a), 385 (6), 409 (c) ; x. 87 ; 
xii. 385, 394; xxvii.374; xxxii.451; xl. 
238 ; xlv. Ill, 120 
Browne, Alice, xxxix. 23 

Anne, i. 381 (a), 385 (6), 409 (c) ; xiii. 269 ; 

xxxix. 23 
Benedicto, xii. 381 
Elizabeth, xxxix. 23 
BKOWNK, Rev. G. F., on basket-work figures of men 

represented on sculptured stones, 1. 286 
Sir Humphrey, xxx. 474 
Isabel, xxxix. 23 
Sir John, xiii. 200 
Lyde, viii. 435 
Mary, xix. 263 
Sir Matthew, xxv. 376 



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111 



Browne continued 

Matthew, xxxiii. 100 
Peter, xii. 384 
Sir Richard, xlii. 260 
Richard, xxxv. 370 
Robert, vii. 130 ; xxv. 392 
Samuel, xxxix. 116 
Thomas, xxxvi. 37 
Sir Urstan, xxi. 180 
Ursula, xxxv. 437 
Walter, xii. 395 

W., governor of the Bahamas, xlvii. 81 
William, poem of (1650), xlviii. 165 
Brownfeild, Mary, xxxviii. 107 
Browning, George, xxviii. 19 
BROWNLIE, JOHN, on an inscription at Braga, 

Portugal, viii. 447 
Broxboume, Herts, font at, x. 190 
Broyse, Lewes de, killed at Poitiers, i. 214 (a), 

215 (6), 235 (c) 

Bruce castle, Pifeshire, watch found at, v. 419 
Brace family, arms of, x. 198 
Lord, see Bruce, Charles 
Sir Alexander, iv. 177 
Charles, earl of Ailesbury, i. 58 (<i) (6), 

64 (c) 

David, king of Scotland, iv. 177 ; xxxi. 92 
Lord Edward, heart of, and case in which it 

is contained, xx. 515 
John, i. 288 (a), 290 (6), 311 (r) ; ii. 12; xxxiii. 

67 ; xxxiv. 408 ; xii. 38, 61 
BRUCE, JOHN, on silver box in shape of a skull, 

xxiii. 425 
On MS. relating to treaty between Charles I. 

and the Parliament in 1648, xlii. 258 
On pocket dial of Robert Devcreux, earl of 

Essex, xl. 343 
On the death of John Fisher, bishop of 

Rochester, xxv. 61 

On defence of Sir Ferdinando Gorges against 
the charge of having betrayed Robert 
Devereux, earl of Essex, xxxiii. 241 
On trial and death of William, earl of 
Gowrie, (1584), xxxiii. 143 



Bruce continued 

On William Ruthven, first earl of Gowrie, 

lord Patrick his son, xxxiv. 190 
On letters illustrative of the Gunpowder 

Plot, xxviii. 420 
On the word Mass, xxi. 113 
On churchwardens' accounts of Minchin- 

hampton, xxxv. 409 
On documents relating to imprisonment and 

condemnation of Sir Thomas More, xxvii. 

361 
On inaccuracies in the published letters of 

Sir Thomas More, xxx. 149 
On MS. account of the Treaty of Newport, 

(1648), xxxix. 113 

On a MS. relation of proceedings of Par- 
liament of 1628, xxxviii. 2:i7 
On the authenticity of the Paston letters, 

xii. 15 
On the imprisonment of William Pcnn in 

the Tower of London, xxxv. 70 
On Thomas Sackville, lord Huckhurst, and a 

fragment of the " Itinerarinm ad Wind- 
sor " by Sergeant Fleetwood. xxxvii. 351 
On the court of Star Chamber, xxv. 342, 

361 
On Star Chamber proceedings against 

William lord Vaux, Sir Thomas Tres- 

ham, and Sir William Catesby, xxx. 04 
On lease to Sir Edmund Verney of two 

houses in Covent Garden, (16)54), xxxv. 

194 

BRUCE, REV. JOHN COLLINGWOOD on the forum of 
the Roman station of Cilurnum, xlvi. 18 

On excavations at South Shields, Dur- 
ham, xlvi. 163 

Margaret, Margery, iv. 177,187,189; xxvii. 20 
Sir Michael, xl. 286 

Robert, see Robert Bruce, king of Scots 
Thomas, lord, horn belonging to, iii. 24 
Thomas, xxxiv. 220, 223 
William, xxxix. 235 
William Downing, exhibits celts found near 

Fornham, Suffolk, xxxii. 423 



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Bruce continued 

Exhibits charter and seal of Margaret de Ros, 

x xxii. 404 
Exhibits covenant of Scottish Parliament, 

(1641), xxxii. 404 

Bruce Land, Bergon-op-Zoom, xx. 517 
Bruda, Philip de, xxxi. 89 
Brudenel, Sir Thomas, i. xvii (a), xviii (I) (c) 
Brudnell, Robert, xxxii. 439 
Brne, xiii. 341, 385 
Brnera, Gilbert de, xliii. 171 
Bruei-e, George, and G. J., Governors of the 

Bermudas, xlvii. 81 
Brnerton, Thomas, xliii. 209 
BrufT Castle, Ireland, xxxviii. 17U 
Urug. manor of, Shropshire, xii. .'57 
Hrug, Robert, xx. 492 
Bruga. \..rf..lk, viii. 237 
Bruges. Belgium, xi. 28; xxiii. 348; xxv. 399; 

xxviii. 211 
English Augustinian nuns at, xiii. 254, 

268 

English Carthusians at, xiii. 254, 250 
Dominicans at, xiii. 271, 272 
Memorials of Charles II. 's residence there, 

xxxv. 335 

English college lit, xiii. 201 
English nuns of third order of St. Francis 

at, xiii. 200 
Letter of Edward IV. to the inhabitants of, 

xxi. 23 

Monastery of Nazareth at, xxxvi. 77 
Society of St. Barbara at, xxxv. 348 
Societies of St. George and St. Sebastian, 
extracts from records of, relating to 
Charles II., xxxv. 344 
Star inn at, xxxv. 203 
Satin of, ix. 246; xviii. 30; xxv. 474; xxx. 

4, 16; xxxviii. 362 
Bruges, Hugh de, xxxix. 442 

Jean de, xxvi. 266, 279; xxxviii. 198 
Lewis of, iii. 209 

Louis de, earl of Winchester, autograph of, 
xxvi. 273 



Bruges continued 

Louis de, earl of Winchester, narratives of 
his arrival in England, xxvi. 265 

Louis de, earl of Winchester, tomb of, xxxii. 
408 

William, xxvi. 282; xxxvii. 221 
Brugge, Richard del, xx. 164, 209 

Walter de, canon of York (1396), 1. 184 
Bruhl, Henry Maurice, count de, on chess, ix. 1 4 
Bruili, Henry, xxxix. 442 

Roger, xxxix. 422 
Bruis, Peter de, xxxvii. 43 
Brumneting, Thomas, xii. 272 
Brumo, v. 252 ; vi. 98 
Brumpton, Peter de, xvi. 33, 52 

Baudwin de, xxxix. 442 
Hrun, ' Bourne, Lincolnshire 
Brun, Corneille le, xl. 15 

Surname of a tenant at Rothley, xlvii. 99 

Hugh, earl of March, iv. 38 

William le, xxix. 171 
Brunt-hunt, xxvii. 178 
Bruno, John, xxxi. 87 

Walter, xxxvi. 403 
Brunean, Scbastien de, xxxix. 157 
Bruneleschi, Philippe, xvii. 54, 50, 61 
liruni, Bruno, xxxii. 44, 45 
Bruning, xxx. 220 
Hrunne, Robert de, xiii. 281 
Bruno, Jordano, called an atheist, iv. 225 
Brun-runes, xxi. 131 

Brunswick, duke of, signet of queen Henrietta 

Maria, in collection of, xlvii. 399, 400, 405 

Brunton, Northumberland, given to church of 

York by Cnut, i. 172 (o) (6), 191 (c) 
Brunus, iii. 97 ; v. 103 
Brus, Bernard de, xxxix. 442 

Joan de, xxxi. 242, 244 

Peter de, xxxii. 404 

Richard de, xvi. 49, 77 ; xxxix. 422 

Robert de, xxvi. 321, 330, 332, 334; xxxix. 442 
Brushfield, Dr., xl. 293 

Brussels, English Benedictine convent at, xiii. 
253, 261 



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113 



Brussels continued 

Dominican nuns at, xiii. 254, 271 

Mount of piety at, xxix. 275 

The Red Lion inn at, xxxv. 204 

Representation of the Judgment in stained 
glass, xxxvi. 388 

Castle of Tervuern near, 1. 74 
Brussels-head, see Costume 
Brusyard abbey, Suffolk, xliii. 245 
Brut, le, a MS. chronicle in British museum, xii. 
55, 65; xix. 91; xxii. 350; xxxii. 341 

Richard le, xxxix. 442 
Bruton priory, Somersetshire, xxvi. 339 
Bruton, Joan le, xxxix. 442 

Robert le, xxxix. 442 

Roger le, xl. 449 

Brutus, settled in England, fable of, ii. 247 
Bruylly, Henry de, xxxvii. 435 
Brnyne, John le, xxxi. 90 
Bruys, barony of, ii. 328, 333 

Peter de, ii. 328 
Bry, Theodore de, xxxiii. 90 
Bryan, arms of, xxx. 510 

Bryan, Sir Francis, xviii. 81; xxvi. 446; xxx. 473; 
xxxvi. 17 

Francis, xii. 40 

Sir Guy de, xiv. 145, 146 

Guy de, xvi. 343; xxii. 212; xxviii. 325; xxxi. 
42,94 

John, xxx. 510 

Philippa, xvi. 343 

Bryant, Jacob, iv. 315, 341, 387; xxi. 92, 93 
On Gipsey language, vii. 387 

Sir Francis, yiii. 410 
Bryce, Richard, xliii. 207 
Bryckman, Francis, xxxiv. 429 
Bryd, Isabella, xxxviii. 43 

John, xxxviii. 43 
Brydancumbe, xxii. 401 
Brydges, Sir Thomas, xiv. 131 

Thomas, xiii. 407 
Brydham, Johanna, xl. 444 
Bryen, Guy de, xxxi. 94 ; see also Bryan 
Bryer, Robert, xiv. 277; xv. 398, 405; xviii. 421 



Brygges, Edward, xii. 351 

Bryggyn irons, xxxviii. 366 

Brymyngham, Edward, prisoner in the Tower of 

London, xviii. 295 

Bryn Gevailio, Roman building at, xvi. 133 
Brynbiga, Wales, ii. 10 
Bryn-yr-Ellyllon, xxvi. 430 
Bryse, Barnaby, xxv. 436, 437, 454 
Bryse's fee, Cambridgeshire, xii. 29 
Brysingham, John de, xv. 100 
Brytailles, Loys de, i. 352 (a), 354 (6), 379 (c) 
Biython, xvi. 105, 109, 115 
Brytten, Doctor, xviii. 78 
Buahlt, see Buelt 
Bucchar, John, xxxv. 425 
Buccina, vii. 216 
Buchan, Charles, xvi. 364 

Karl of, signet in possession of, xlvii. 39H ; 

1. 105, IU6, IDS 
Buchanan, family of, xi. 45 

Thomas, letter of, xxxviii. 320 
Buchc, John, Captal de, xxxi. Ill); xxxv. 4.">C> 
Buck, Sir George, i. xviii (a), xix (//) (c), 
xxi (a), xxii (l>) (c); ix. 131, 1:U, 13." (; 
xxxii. 135 

Vindicated Richard III., i. 262 (<i), 264 (//). 

389 (c) 
Buck, Jeremy, xxxv. 443 

Peter, xii. 218, 224 
Buckby, Long, xxvi. 326 
Bucke, Sir John, xxii. 176, 182 

Fought at Bosworth Field, i. 362 (a). 364 

(6), 389 (c) 

Buckell, John, xii. 369 
Buckelye, Elen, xiv. 21 

Roland, xiv. 21 

Buckenham, Norfolk, baron}- of, iii. 298 
Buckenhill, Surrey, ix. 102 
Buckeram, red, xvi. 8 
Buckeridge, John, bishop of Rochester, letter of, 

xii. 103, 104, 105 
Bucket, ancient, xxxiv. 25 

From Brighthampton, xxxvii. 391 

Anglo-Saxon, xxxviii. 87, 339, 352 



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Bucket continued 

Anglo-Saxon, ornamented with scenes from 
the life of Our Lord, xxxviii. 335 

Iron handle of, from Weymonth, xlvi. 447 

Framework of, Anglo-Saxon, from Sleaford, 
1. 395, 402, 406 

Portions of, Anglo-Saxon, from Sleaford, 

1. 393 

Buckhampton, North, Hants, viii. 72 
Bnckhurst, Lord, xxx. 106 ; xxxvii. 479 

Thomas, xiv. 32 
Buckingham, xxxri. 233 

Bell cast at, xxxvi. 240 

" The Throe Cups," inn sign at, 1. 85 

Duke of, see Sheffield, George ; Stafford, 
Kdward ; Stafford, Henry ; Stafford, 
Humphrey; Villiers, George 

Karl of, see Plantagenet, Humphry 

Henild, i. 354 (a), 356 (b), 380 (r) 

George, marquis of, acquisition of Ayles- 

hury l)y, 1. 88 

Buckinghamshire, plague in, xxxvii. 10 
Bucking sheet, xxv. 448 
Bnckink, Mr., viii. 245 
Buckland Abbas, Dorset, xlii. 290 
Buckland Durham, grant of, to Wells, 1. 356 
Bncklande, Dura ml de, xxviii. 9 
Buckle, Mr., ix. 1U4 
Buckler, Mr., xlv. 321 

John Chessell, xxiii. 10 
Bi'CKi.KK, JOHN, on church of St. Mary Overy, 

Southwark, xxix. 241, 242 
Bucklermaker, will of (1400), 1. 185 
Buckles, see Brooches 
Buckles, John, xxxix. 367 
Buckley, John, xl. 391 

Samuel, xli. 254 

Buckmaister, Thomas, xxxri. 221, 224 
Bnckman, Anthony, xxxvii. 481 
Bnckmaster, Mr., xl. 317 
Bnckminster, Leicestershire, xi. 385 

Sedilia at, x. 295 
Bncknall, Harbottle, xxi. 541 
Buckthorpe, Yorks, sword found at, xlv. 255 



Buckylls, William, xliii. 239 

Bncq, Jean, xxviii. 384 

Bucton castle, Cheshire, iii. 237 ; v. 87 

Bucton, duke of, an imaginary person, v. 89 

Buda, siege of, xxviii. 103, 105 

Pest, sword at, xlv. 261 
Buddes, John, xxiii. 36, 42 

Buddha, fylfot pattern, sacred symbol of, xlvii. 
159, 160 

Sacred footprints of, xlviii. 311 

The gryphon symbol used in the cult of, 
xlviii. 370 

The swastica, a symbol of, xlviii. 295 
Buddhism, soul- weighing represented in, xlix. 210 
Bndct, Durand, xxvi. 321 
Budge, John, xxvi. 381 
Budicumbe, Alexander de, xvii. 319 
Budleigh, Devonshire, vi. 4 
Buck, Wales, i. 300 (a), 302 (&), 323 (c) ; ii. 10; 

iv. 4, 5, 25 ; xxvi. 461 
Bueth castle, xiv. 117 

Buffin, coarse cloth, xl. 328, 342 ; xlii. 355 
Bugarows, the Star inn at, xxxv. 203 
Bugby, Long, xxxv. 319 
Bugge, Sophus, xliii. 98, 100 
Bugle, derivation of suggested, iii. Ill 
Bugle-horn, a paper mark, xxxvii. 453 
Bugles, i. c. beads, xi. 94 
Bugshill, Sussex, xxxiv. 248 
Buhun, Henry de, xxxvi. 403 
Buhuz, William de, xxx. 222 
Building expenses, in 1541, xxxvi. 294 ; temp. 
1543, xlvi. 234 

Of first city, myth of, xlvii. 357 

Contracts, 13 Henry IV., xlvii. 187 

Agreement, earliest example of, 1. 253, 259 
Buildwas abbey, plan of, xix. 363, 368 
Builth, see Buelt 
Buin, Roger de, xxx. 222 
Buisine, an instrument of music, xx. 155 
Buisly, Roger de, vi. 266 
Buitron, Spain, xliii. 558 
Buk, Lord Harry, xxv. 392 
Bukan, the ring of, xxxiv. 106 



BUK-BUN 



Bake, William, xii. 367 

Bnkkal, Mons., iii. 194 

Bnkoviza, iii. 346 

Bukton, William de, xxxix. 215 

Bnlbeck, barony of, ii. 330, 334 

Bnlecamp, Cressy so called, xxvii. 191, 192 

Bulemers, xlv. 449 

Buleye, Warwickshire, xxix. 178 

Bnlga, x. 250 

Bulgarians, feast of Rosalia amongst the, xlix. 

104 

Bain cult of the, xlix. 106 
Thracian tribal names preserved by, xlix. 

106, 107 

Bnlinga fen, xxvi. 224 
Bnlintone, Sussex, xlv. 451 
Bulkeley, John, xxxvii. 491 ; xxxix. 11C 
Bull, the wild, in Middlesex, x. 163 

A place name in Ptolemy derived from, 

xlviii. 385 
Association of, with solar attributes, xlviii. 

302 

A symbol of Bacchus, xxii. 58 
Decorated in honour of St. Mark, xxvi. 222 
Engraved on stone, Burgh Head, Scotland, 

xvi. 365 

On ancient vase, xxiii. 141, 152, 154, 174 
Sacrifice of, in Mithraic worship, xlviii. 20 
Stock Exchange term, xiii. 138 
Bull-fight, on ancient vase, xxiii. 173 
Bull-running, at Tutbury, Staffordshire, ii. 86 
Derived from Spain, ii. 87 
In honour of Assumption of Our Lady, ii. 88 
Bull, demi, a paper mark, xxxvii. 452 

Passant, a paper mark, xxxvii. 452 
Bull's head, a paper mark, xxxvii. 452 
Bull of Innocent II., relative to Hamble priory, 

1.252 
Bull, John, viii. 78 ; xxxiii. 100 

Laurence, xii. 340 

Bullae, from Breach Downs, Kent, xxx. 48 
Kingsholm, Gloucestershire, x. 133 
Nismes, xxxiv. 71 
Upton Lovel, xv. 128 



Bullaeum, iv. 4, 25 ; v. 37, 45 

Silurum, i. 300 (a), 302 (6), 323 (c) ; ii. 10} 

vi. 16 

Bullby, John, xxxiii. 100 
Bullen, see Boleyn 
Buller, Mr., xix. 285 
David, xv. 9 
John, xxxvii. 8 

Bullham, land in Oxfordshire, xxxiii. 276 
Bullion, xii. 404; xii. 241, 251 
Bullock castle, Ireland, xxxviii. 163 
Bullock, Richard, xxv. 383 

George, xv. 400 
Bull's Cliff, Suffolk, x. 353 
Bulniar, Sir William, xxi. 182 
Bulmer, Sir John, prisoner in the Tower, xviii. 

296 
Ranlff, inscription in the Tower of London, 

xiii. 97 

Sir William, xxv. 374 

Bulncs, Cumberland, i. 229 (a), 230 (b), 250 (r) 
Bulstrode, Henry, xxxvi. 225 
Thomas, xxxvi. 225 
Margaret, xxx. 121 
Bultipooks, xxv. 503 
Bultyll. xxv. 503 
Bulverhythe, Sussex, xlv. 451 
Bnlworks, see Arms 
Bui wick. Northamptonshire, sedilia at, x. 290 

Smelting works at, xliii. 118 
Bumbast, xi. 90, 91 
Bumbclocs, explained, viii. 262 
Brxni'KY, -SiR HKNRY, on Roman remains found 

at Mildenhall, Suffolk, xxv. 609 
Buncombe, colonel, xxxi. 493 
Bnndleigh church, Devonshire, Agnus Dei at, 

xlviii. 170 

Bunec, France, ix. 264 
Bungay church, Suffolk, iv. 101 
Bunkers Hill, near Scarborough, xxx. 462 
Bunkgate, York, i. 179 (a) (6), 199 (c) 
Bunoult, Johan, xvi. 185 

Bunting, surname of tenant at Rothley, xlvii. 
100 

Q2 



116 



BUN-BUR 



Hunstidc, in Cheilmers, viii. 427 

Bnolo, Fnlcher de, xvii. 316 

Bnonarotti, Michael Angelo, drawings by, i. 

131 (a) (6), 145 (c); xxvi. 75, 78 
Bnorgoigne, see Costume 
Bar, meaning of, xxv. 141 
Bnras, serjeant, xvi. 189 
Bnrbach, Leicester, font at, x. 194 
Burbaohe, Richard de, xxxviii. 277 
Burbage, Richard, xxvii. 120 

Thomas, xxvii. 37-1 
Burbut, sff Arms 
Burc, Williiim de, xxxix. 442 
Bnrcellcs, a manor roll word, 1. .'574, 380 
Bnrcestcr, Oxfordsliire, xxxiii. 272 
Ituicli, Thomas, xli. 420 
Biircliclatus, Bartholomacus, xl. 154 
Bmvhi't, Mr., iii. 265 
Burchetone, viii. 2-'!s 
BiirchyiT, .*< Bowchier 
l!iircoml>o. Wiltshire, xxii. 401 
Bnrcombe, North, church, Wiltshire, xxvi. 29,40,41 
Burden, William, xxxv. 81 

Burdett, Mary, x. 216 

Burdiuus, Reymnnde, xvii. 299 

Bnrdon, .loan, xxxix. 442 
Rowlands, xv. 402 

Burdue. .>< Arms 

Bnreford, Roesia de, xxvi. 322 

Bures, Count de, iii. 244 
Riehard do, xvi. 51 
Sir Robert de, brass of, xxxi. 270 

Bnrford, xviii. 430 ; xxxv. 325 

Barford bridge, Surrey, ix. 103 

Bnrford priory, xxxv. 32 

Bnrforth, Walter de, xxxi. 89 

Burg, manor of, Shropshire, xii. 37 

Bnrg Wood, xxxiv. 245, 249 

Burg, John, xxxvi. 403 
Walter de, xzxix. 442 

Burgage, ii. 315, 350 

Bnrgate, manor of, Suffolk, ii. 328 

Burgaynye, Bnrgeny, Burgeyn, lord, see Neville, 
George 



Bnrgdurum, Yorka, coffin found at, v. 226 
Burgeis, Adam, xxv. 614 

BUROES, ALFRED, on bridge at Stratford-le-Bow, 
Essex, xxvii. 77; xxix. 378 

On Roman pavement, Crosby Square, 

Bishopsgate, London, xxvii. 397 
Anne, xlii. 10 
John, xlii. 9 
Margaret, xxv. 436, 452 
Price, xlii. 10 
Richard, xlii. 10 
Stephen, xlii. 10 
Thomas, xlii. 10 
BURGES, WILLIAM, on mural paintings inChalgrove 

church, Oxfordshire, xxxviii. 431 
Burgess, Richard, articles of complaint against, 

xlii. 2 
Burgesses, appointed in Bermuda, xlvii. 71 

Belonging to manors, 1. 208 
Burgeys, Hugh, xlv. 460 

William, xlv. 460 
Burgh, a hill, xxviii. 415 
Burgh, ix. 290; xii. 136; xxix. 179 

Abbey, see Peterborough 
Burgh Apton, Norfolk, xxiii. 365 
Burgh Castle, Suffolk, xii. 134, 178; xxiii. 363; 

xli. 421,428,430 
Monastery at, x. 48 
Wheat found buried at, ii. 286 
Burgh, Derbyshire, vi. 248 
Burgh in Flegg, Norfolk, xxiii. 364 
Burgh Green, Cambs, sedilia at, x. 295 
Burgh Head, Scotland, bull engraved on stone 

at, xvi. 365 
Burgh Meadow, Danish name for Shields Lawe, 

xlvi. 164 

Burgh, Norfolk, xiv. 48 ; xvi. 355 
Burgh, Suffolk, font at, x. 198 
Burgh-on-Sands, Cumberland, i. 229 (a), 230 (6), 

250 (c) ; iii. 28 ; x. 119 
Edward I. died at, iii. 396 
Manor of, ii. 326 

Roman altar found at, i. 308 (a), 310(6), 
332 (c) 



BUR 



117 



Burgh, see Brongh 
Burgh, Rev. Mr., ii. 6 

Family, narrative pedigree of, xlvii. 179 

Bernard de, payments to, at funeral of 
Edward II., 1. 217 

Dervorgil, v. 212 

Sir Edward, xxv. 391 

Edward, v. 233 ; ix. 6 

Eleanor de, xv. 362 

Lady Elizabeth de, xxvi. 338 

Hubert de, viii. 13, 33, 38 ; x. 396, 397 ; xv. 
211 ; xxvii. 125; xxxvi. 404 

Joan de, xxxix. 442 

Sir John, xxxiii. 209, 212, 214, 217, 231 

John, v. 212 

Margaret, xvi. 46, 71 

Richard de, xvi. 49, 78 ; xxvii. 125 

Sir Thomas, xxxviii. 278 

Thomas, xxiv. 320, 321, 322, 324 

Thomas, lord, v. 233 ; xxxi. 167 

Walter de, earl of Ulster, xxii. 308, 309 

William, lord Burgh, xii. 387 ; xxxiii. 
212 

William de, grant to, 20 Edward III., xlvii. 

182 

Burghall, x. 57 
Burgher, Orkney, Pict's house at, xxxiv. 136 

In Evie, xxxiv. 118, 122 

Burghersh, Sir Bartholomew, iii. 299 ; xxvi. 344 ; 
xxxi. Ill, 118, 139 

Bartholemew de, xx. 37 ; xxxi. 6, 31 

Henry de, bishop of Lincoln, ix. 126 ; x. 242, 
259 ; xxxvii. 450 

Sir John de, xliv. 465 

Matilda de, xliv. 465 
Burghill, Herefordshire, xxxiv. 248 
Burghille, Thomas, xxxviii. 135 
Burghley, lord, see Cecil, William 
Burghsted, v. 138 
Bnrgis, John, xxxiii. 100 
Bnrgkmair, Hans, xliii. 8 
Burgmote court, Canterbury, summoned by a 

horn, iii. 11 
Burgo, Andrea de, xviii. 34 



Bnrgo continued 

John de, xi. 362 ; xxvii. 125 

Richard de, xxvii. 125 

Walter de, xxii. 308 

Bnrgon, Thomas, xxxi. 482; xxxv. 191, 192 
Bnrgonet, see Arms 
Burgoyne, Jane, xxxvi. 225 

John, xxxvi. 225 
Burgred, i. 167 (a) (fe), 185 (c) ; ii. 5, 78 ; iv. 

66; xi. 84; xix. 110, 113 ; xxiii. 396 
Burgullon, Stephen, xvi. 49, 77 
Burgundy, coins of, found, xlvi. 270 ; xlvii. 139, 
145, 146, 153 

Embassies to, xl. 451 

Charles, duke of, xxxi. 166 
Marriage of, xxxi. :5'J(J 

Philip, duke of, xx. 232; xxxii. 70 

Duchess of, ii. 212 
Burg-wood, xxxiv. 245 
Burhhulle, Roger de, xxxix. 442 
Burial, alive, xl. 242 

At Adamstown, Ireland, ii. 33 

At Carne, Ireland, ii. 32 

Bodies set down on the way to, at crosses, 
xiii. 216 

Custom at Cardiff, ii. 13 

Customs, Scythian, ii. 260, 263 ; xxx. -~>'2 

Customs, WILLIAM MICIIAKI. Wvi.n: on, xxxv. 
298 ; xxxvii. 455 

Customs of Tartars, Khalmucks, etc., ii. 
232 

Direction of the body in, xii. 112; xlv. 
409 

Gaulish, at Cockerell, Normandy, ii. 119 

Heathen, xxii. 400 

In baptistries forbidden, yi. 114 

In a boat, vii. 155 

In churches, x. 48 ; xiii. 299 ; xlvi. 196 

In churchyards in London (1665), 1. 33 

In graves dug in the earth, when introduced 
into Ireland, ii. 34 

In leather, i. 31 (a) (6), 34 (c) 

In monastic habit, xxxv. 303 

In north side of churchyards, xiv. 52 



118 



BUR 



Burial continued 

In shafts, x 1 v i. 448 
In Switzerland, xlvii. .134 
In temples, iii. 353 
In nneonsecrated gropnd, ix. 107 
Of kings, " DC excqniis regalibus," iii. 387 
Ordinances, from MS. in possession of Sir 
William Dolben, i. 346 (a), 348 (6), 
373 (c) 
Without coffins, xlvi. 319, 320 

Burial-ground at Murston St. Lawrence, North- 
ants, xlviii. 327 

H reach Downs. Kent, xlviii. 338 
Cestersovcr, Warwickshire, xlviii. 337 
Chatham Downs, Kent, xlviii. 338 
Newnham, Northants, xlviii. 330 
Northampton, xlviii. 337 
Of Roman station at South Shields, xlvi. 

1 1 ;.-> 

Of Wells cathedral, statute concerning, 1. 338 

Welton, Xorthunts, xlviii. 337 
liurimnn, Adam le, xxxvii. 291 

Richard le, xxxvii. 294 

Walter le, xxxvii. 281, 282 
Burleigh house, i. G2 (a) (i), G9 (c) ; vi. 360 
Burleigh, lord, sec Cecil, William 

Sir William, xx. (Jo 
Hurley, captain, i. 99 (a) (6), 110 (c) 

Sir Simon, xx. 420; xxii. 264; xxx. 235 
Bnrleymen, appointment of, at Scotter, xlvi. 

387 

Burlington, carl of, sec Boyle, Richard 
Burlison, Mr., xliv. 175 
Burmah, the gryphon symbolised in, xlviii. 370 

Land inalienable in, 1. 204 
Burne, see Bourne, Lincolnshire 
Burnel, Robert, xl. 424 
Burnell, captain, xxxiv. 305 

Harice, xxxi. 271 

Hue de, xxxix. 442 

Mary, vii. 362 

Philip, xxxix. 442 
Bnrney, Doctor, xiv. 202 
Burnisher of sandstone, from Cabnrn, xlvi. 470 



Burnet, Gilbert, bishop of Salisbury, xxx. |151, 
468 

Philip, xxvii. 81 

Robert, x. 88 ; nix. 176 

Thomas, iv. 271 

Burnham Deepdale, Norfolk, round church tower 
at, x. 178 

Font at, x. 177; xliv. 144 . 
Burnham Overy, Norfolk, xxv. 496 
Burnham Ulph church, Norfolk, xix. 366 
Burning the dead, when discontinued, i. 75 (a) 
(6), 84 (c) 

A common practice with the Romans, xxv. 9 

WILLIAM MICHAKL WYLIE on, xxxvii. 455 
Burnley, Lancashire, xxx. 553 
Burnoll, a prisoner in the Tower, xviii. 297 
Burnsicle, A. W., xxvii. 391 
Burnum, Roman remains at, xlviii. 54 
Burr, Olave, xxxviii. 50 
Burra, meaning of, xxxiv. 118 
Burrastou, Eleanor, xxxvii. 220 
Burravoe, Orkney, xxxiv. 123 
Burre, Richard, xii. 36 
Bun-edge, captain, xxxv. 16 j 
Bnrrcl, a shipbuilder, xi. 180 
Burrel, R., xlv. 177 
Burrell, Mr., xii. 272 

John, xxv. 318, 322, 338 

Thomas, xlii. 307 

Sir William, xxxi. 434, 438 

William, xii. 234, 276 

Burrian, Cornwall, bone comb from, xlvi. 433 
Burrif, licut.-col., xxxv. 315, 331 
Burringham, Lincolnshire, bronze shield found 

at, xl. 227 

Burriuni, ii. 19 ; v. 33, 35, 37, 45 
Burroston in Shapinsey, xxxiv. 118 
Burrough, Surrey, ix. 104 

Bun-ough field on the FOBS, Leicestershire, iv. 76 
Burrough, Sir James, x. 178 ; xvi. 306 

Sir Stephen, xxxiii. 285 

Sir James, iii. 311 

Sir John, xxxv. 340 
Burrow, Leicestershire, v. 52 ; rxv. 42 






BUR-BUS 



119 



Burrow Dykes, Norfolk, discoveries at, xiv. 5. 
Burrow, Reuben, xxix. 374 
Burrowes, Sir James, xxxii. 143 

Dr. James, iii. 311 

Sir John, xxxiii. 209, 212 

Owen, xii. 369 
Burrows, William, xlv. 84 
Burry, vi. 33, 34 

River (Ptolemy), xlviii. 392 
Bnrscough priory, xi. 346 
Burse-magister, a purser, vi. 198 
Bur tree, the elder, xvii. 141 
Bnrt, Joseph, xxxix. 16; xli. 38, 63, 66 
Burtacour, Lorraine, iv. 12 
Burtayn, Sir Thomas, xxix. 134 
Burton, vi. 43 
Burton abbey, Staffordshire, founded, vi. 44 

Tile at, xliv. 169 
Burton Agnes, Yorkshire, v. 203 
Burton Dassett, Warwickshire, painting of a 
beacon at, i. 1 (a) (6) (c) 

Beacon at, i. 6 (a) (b), 7 (c) 

Burton Lazars, Leicestershire, hospital founded 
by Roger de Mowbray, xviii. 426 

Seal of, xviii. 425 

Burton in Lonsdale, the chase of, xxv. 41 
Burton, Long, Dorsetshire, viii. 221 
Burton Sleights, xi. 26 
Burton-upon-Stuther, Lincolnshire, xl. 236; xli. 

368 

Burton-upon-Trent, xliii. 231 
Burton, Allan, x. 200 

Gregory, xii. 363 

James, xxx. 142 

BURTON, JOHN, on Roman remains discovered in 
Yorkshire, ii. 181 

On Roman sepulchre at York, ii. 177 

Richard, xxvi. 322 ; xliv. 250 

Robert, xxxii. 380 

Simon de, said to have founded the church 
of St. Mary Redcliff e, Bristol, xxxv. 280 

Thomas, xli. 353 

Bur Tor, Derbyshire, camp at, x. 467 
Burwarske, Bartholomew de, iii. 409 



Burwell, Cambridgeshire, monumental brass at, 

xxx. 124 ; xlii. 294 
Bnrwens, xxxi. 281 
Burwlote, definition of, xlvii. 127, 129 
Bury, Lancashire, i. 72 (a) (6), 80 (c) 

Wills of inhabitants of, 1. 186, 190, 191, 193 
Bury Hill, Notts, camp at, viii. 107 ; ix. 204 
Bury Hill, Gloucestershire, xix. 164 
Bury Saint Edmunds, Suffolk, iv. 123; xxxi. 39; 

xxxii. 309 
Abbey of, ii. 336 

EDWAUU KING on, iii. 311 
Abbey, great bell tower of, JOHN GAI.IE on, 

xxiii. 327 

Abbey, brick-burners for, xxiii. 332 
Abbey, capital at, xxxiii. 142 
Abbey, masons' contract for, xxiii. 330 
Abbey, moulding at, xxxiii. 142 
A church built by Cnut at, i. 172 (a) (fc) ) 

191 (c) 
Fragment of tomb of John Lydgate found 

at, iv. 130 

Guild of the Resurrection at, xlii. 272 
Entertainment of Henry VI. at, account of, 

xv. 65 

Letters of Henry VI. to abbot of, for sup- 
pression of the Lollards, xxiii. 339 
Mint at, xviii. 2; xxiv. 159; xxviii. 55, 62 
Mary Tudor, queen of Louis XII. of France, 
buried in Saint Mary's church at, xxv. 
435 

Proclamation of queen Mary I. at, xxiii. 27 
Vineyard at, i. 327 (a) 
Bury, Adam de, xxii. 232 

Richard de, bishop of Durham, x. 241, 259; 

xxvii. 401 
Bush, Paul, bishop of Bristol, has a skeleton on 

his tomb in Bristol cathedral, ii. 300 
Bushel, viii. 345 
Bushell of a bason, xv. 272 
Bushey, Sir John, xxi. 89 

Richard, swan marks of, xvi. 153 
Bushopped, confirmed, xxv. 498 
Bushy, Sir John, xxix. 39 



120 



BUS-BUX 



Bnsignant, Mons., i. 214 (a), 215 (6), 235 (c) 
Bnsiris, iv. 252 ; xxiii. 191 
Busk, a textile fabric, i. 368 (a), 370 (fc), 395 (c) 
Busk, George, memorandum of, relating to the 

skull of Richard II., xlv. 325 
Buskedge verdenre, xlii. 353 
Busker, a dresser of women's hair, xxvii. 72 
Buss, gee Arms 
Buss of Scrowes, ix. 153 
Busse, Richard, xl. 450 
Hussey, Anncs, xli. 338 

Walter, xli. 336 
Busshe, William, of Leverton, swan marks of, 

xvi. 153 
Hussy, Sir John, xx. 47 

William, swan mark of, xvi. 153 
liust, Roman, found at Cirencester, x. 134 
Bustard, the, xiii. 341, 384; xxv. 487, 496 
Buste, Christopher, xii. 359 
Busted hangings, xlii. 354, 359 
Busteler, Sir Robert, wooden effigy of, xlvi. 279 
Bustlesham priory, Burks, xx. 57 
Butcher's shop (Roman) found at Silchcstcr, 

xlvi. 355 

Bute, a Ditmarsh surname, xxxvii. 373 
Bnterley, Roger de, xxxix. 442 

Stephen de, xxxix. 442 
Butctourt, Baldwin de, xxxi. 159 
Butiler, John, xxiv. 3Ul 

Robert le, xxxvii. 286 

Sir John le, xxxvii. 496 
Butler, Alban, xxv. 88 

Charles, xxv. 8* ; xxviii. 206 

Earls of Ormond, pedigree of, 1. 92 

Sir Edmond, xxviii. 134 136, 138 

Eleanor, ii. 204, 205 

Family crest of, i. 4 (o) (6), 5 (c) 
BUTLER, GEORGK, on Roman villa at Gayton, 
Northamptonshire, xxx. 125 

James, earl of Ormond, iii. 20 ; xx. 91 ; xxii. 
387 ; xxxv. 336 

James, earl of Wiltshire, xxix. 311, 312, 329 

John, xi. 207 ; xlii. 275 

Mr., iii. 325 ; vi. 28 



Butler continued 

Reynold, xxix. 321 

Teresa, xxviii. 206 

Theobald, iii. 20 ; 1. 83, 92 

Thomas, xliv. 123 

Thomas, earl of Ormond, extract from will 

of, iii. 20 
Thomas, lord Butler of Moor Park, xxxi. 

173, 174 

William, xliii. 214 
Butruic, Yorkshire, v. 196 
Butslake, Wiltshire, xxxvii. 261 
Butspragge, a, xxv. 418 
Butt, Walter, xxxv. 424 
Butteilles, France, leaden crosses found at, xxxv. 

299, 300 

Butteler, a Ditmarsh surname, xxxvii. 373 
Buttell, Mr., xii. 379 
Butter, a rammer, xliii. 240 
Butter- kittes, sixteenth century, xlviii. 148 
Butterly, xii. 5 

Butterwick, Isle of Axholme, chapel at, xl. 240 
Buttery, furniture of, sixteenth century, xlviii. 

131 

Buttes, Dr., xviii. 327 
Buttessey, Barnadine, xxxix. 17 
Buttingdnne, xxix. 5, 18 
Buttinton Hill, xxix. 11 
Buttons, sec Costume 
Button, Captain, xii. 255 ; xxxvii. 204 
Sir John de, xxii. 438; xxxi. 271 
Matthew, xxxi. 271 
Sir Thomas, xii. 275 
Sir William, xxxvii. 271 
Buttoner, William, xiii. 136 
Buttonr, a bittern (?), xxv. 482 
Buttonshaw, Rev. Mr., ii. 109 
Buttresses, xii. 162 ; xviii. 337 
Butts for archery, vii. 46 ; xii. 39 ; \\xiv. 64 
Butts, Dr., vi. 371 

Sir William, xxv. 502; xxxv. 379 
Butzow, Germany, collegiate church of, xlix. 314 
Bnxted, Sussex, iron cannon first cast at in 
England, x. 472; xxxvii. 483 



BUX BYZ 



121 






Bnxton, Derbyshire, v. 89; x. 24, 26; xxv. 567 

Mary, queen of Scots, at, xxxii. 78 

Roman bath at, x. 34 

Roman buildings and camp at, ix. 137 

Roman temple at, x. 34 

Buxton, Norfolk, xii. 135; xiii. 404; xxiii. 372 
Bnysine, musical instrument, vii. 216 
Buzby, Anne, xxxvii. 212 
Bnzecca, a celebrated chess-player, ix. 25 
Bway, Nicholas, xxv. 501 
By, village names ending in, xlvii. 161, 175 
Bybassus, ruins of, discovered, xlix. 348, 356, 357 
Bycocket, see Arms 
Bydel, the, xxxiii. 276, 278 
Bye, Edmund, xv. 103 

Henry, v. 423 
Byens, Jacob, xxxv. 343 
Byerers Company, xxxi. 390 
Byfield, Northants, viii. 222 ; xxxv. 315 
Byfield, Mr., xxxiii. 98 
Byflot, Richard de, xxvii. 294 
Bygate, Sir Francis, prisoner in the Tower, xviii. 

296 

Bygnalle, Richard, xxxix. 24 
Bygott, Peter, xii. 360 
Byke, Arnald le, xxxvii. 286 
Bykeley, John, xii. 364 
Bykerton, John, xliii. 216 
Bykye, Mr., i. 356 (a), 358 (6), 383 (c) 
Byland abbey, Yorkshire, ix. 314 
By land, Mrs., xii. 283 
Bylborow, John, xliii. 218 
Byll, Mr., xii. 379 

Bylney, a prisoner in the Tower, xviii. 295 
Bynbrok, Janett, grant to, xlvii. 58 
Bynbury, Kent, xx. 90 
Byng, William, xlii. 365, 377 
Bynglay, William, minstrel, xx. 22 
Bynham, Mr., xxv. 421 
Bynneman, Henry, printer, xxv. 103, 109 
Bynorthebrok, Beatrice, xxxvii. 288 

Roger, xxxvii. 288 
Byntie, John de, xxxi. 159 

Bynton, Sir William, prisoner in the Tower, 
xviii. 297 



Bynyngdon, xxvi. 334 
Byrcham, Andrew, xxv. 444 
Byrde, William, printer, xxv. 103, 110 
Edward, xii. 360 
Thomas, xii. 372 
William, xii. 364 
Byrdhin, river, v. 36, 38 
Byrdinga, small vessels, xxiv. 290 
Byrkinhedde, Henry, xii. 357 
Byrmyngham, Henry, xxix. 323 
Byrom, John, v. 13 

John, his conjectures as to Saint George, 

remarks on by SAMUEL PKGGE, v. 1 
Byron, Sir George, xxxiii. 76 

Sir John, xxxiii. 7G ; xxxvii. 490 
Byrtte, Bryan, xii. 366 
Bys, Kdward, xxiv. 301 
Byset, barony of, ii. 329, 331, 3:53 
Byset, John, ii. 328 
Byshc, Sir Edward, ix. 39 ; xiv. 149 
Byshoppe, Richard, xii. 362 
Bysnam, William, xxviii. !> 
Bysset, Sir Walter, ix. 53 
Byssop, Robert, xxxvii. 28(5, 289 
Bysshopp, Clement, xxxviii. 42 
Bysshoppe, Richard, xxvi. 450 
Bysshopston, Guido de, xlv. 149 
Byston, Adam, xxxviii. 46, 49 
Hythcwode, Christiana, xv. 104, 106 

John, xv. 104 

Byttam, the, name of a piece of land in Oxford- 
shire, xxxiii. 269 
Bytton, Sir John de, xxii. 438 
Byzant, see Bezant 

Byzantine antiquities, at Skopia, xlix. 146 
Art, Persian influence on, xlviii. 51 
Church of Liplyan, xlix. 64 
of Matejci, xlix. 154 
at Naresi, xlix. 96 
near Skopia, xlix. 84, 85 
Empire, coins of, found at Plevlje, xlix. 32 
Glass, iridescent decay of, xlvi. 68 

Manufacture of transparent, xlvi. 93 
Influence on Northern architecture, 1. 408 



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CAA-CAE 



C. 

Caaba, the, at Mecca, vii. 5, 6 

Cabin-field, Brimington, Derbyshire, vi. 81 

Cable hat-band, see Costume 

Cables and hawsers, payments for, temp. Henry 

VIII., xlvii. 309 

Cabot, John and Sebastian, their discovery of 
America, RICHARD HEXKY MAJOR on, xliii. 
17 

Sobastian, xl. 8; xliii. 17 
Cabral, Pedro Alvarez, xl. 9 
Cabriere, u watchmaker, xxxiii. 99 
Cabrioles, see Costume 
Caburn, Mount, Sussex, xlii. 35; xlv. 337; xlvi. 

423; xlvii. 430, 454 
Cacchenius, Johannes, xxxi. 414 
Cadanus, a potter, vi. 1'24 
Cadaverator, a manorial officer, xli. 5 
Cadbury castle, Devonshire, excavations at, xlvi. 

44G 
Cade, a measure of herrings, i. 204 (a), 205 (&), 

225 (c); xix. 293; xxv. 418 
Cade, Jack, ix. 2(55, 344 ; xxxvii. 346 
CADE, JOHN, on Roman roads in the county of 

Durham, vii. 74 
On the Roman station of Vinovium, vii. 

160 

On Cataractonium, ix. 276; x. 54 
On Roman remains at Gainford, ix. 276 

At Piersbridge, ix. 276 
Cadell, Patrick, xxxiii. 99 
Cademan, Thomas, printer, xxv. 103 

William, xxv. 494 
Cadenat, xviii. 231, 232 
Cadenham, Wilts, xxxviii. 354 
Cader Idris, gold torques from, xxxix. 506 
Cades, lambs brought up by hand, xlvi. 386 
Cades poyntes, xxxi. 208 
Cadgatema, a potter, v. 99 
Cadiz, Spain, xxxiii. 181 

Account of the Earl of Essex's expedition 
against in 1596, xxxiv. 315 



Cadiz continued 

Booty taken at (1596), xxii. 172, 175, 177 
Roman tomb at, xxxii. 446 
Temple of Hercules at, iii. 167 
Cadmaeans, ii. 242 
Cadman, John, xliii. 223 
Cadmus, xxv. 226 ; xlviii. 43 
Cado, saint, xxv. 221 

Cadoc, i. 305 (a), 307 (6), 328 (c) ; xiv. 219 
Caduceus, the, of Mercury, xxv. 195 
Caducifer, i. 261 (a), 263 (6), 283 (c) 
Cadurcis, Pagan de, xvii. 298 

Patricius, xvii. 298 
Cadwalla, iv. 64 ; xlv. 366 
Cadwallader, iii. 215, 414 
Cadynian, Mr., xxv. 477 
Caedmon, xvii. 26 

Metrical paraphrase of Scripture history by, 

Sir HENBY ELMS on, xxiv. 329 
Observations on, by Sir FKANCIS PAUIKAVE, 

xxiv. 341 
Caelius, Mons, Rome, statue of Venus found on 

the, i. 135 (a) (6), 150 (c) 
Caen, France, xliv. 116 

Bequests of queen Matilda to, xvii. 93 

Charles IX. at, iii. 391 

Church of St. Stephen at, William I. buried 

in, iii. 391 

Church of Holy Trinity at, founded by 
Matilda, queen of William I., iii. 391 ; 
xvii. 93 

Called " L'Abbaye aux Dames," iii. 

391 

Queen Matilda buried in, iii. 391 
Hall of the exchequer at, 1. 3 
Seal of the preaching friars of, xxvi. 484 
Stone, iv. 94 ; xxiii. 8 ; xxv. 162 
Caen, Arnold of, xii. 300 

Roger de, xii. 53 
Caenby, Lincolnshire, silver disc found at, 

xxxviii. 351 
Caenon, a drug, ix. 235 

Caer, the prefix, i. 315 (a), 317 (6), 339 (c) ; 
ii. 10; vi. 15 






CAE 



123 



Caerau, Brecknockshire, i. 301 (a), 303 (6), 324 

(c) ; vi. 17 

Caer Bladon, near Malmesbury, 1. 422 
Caer Bran, Cornwall, fort at, xxii. 300 
Caer Dur, near Malmesbury, 1. 422, 424 
Caere, xli. 188, 206 
Caerguent, i. 325 (a), 327 (6), 349 (c) ; v. 41 ; 

viii. 88 
Caergwle castle, Flintshire, inlaid cup from, xxi. 

542 
Caerhun, Carnarvonshire, Roman remains. from, 

xvi. 127 

Caer Kennyn castle, xx. 62 

Caerleon, Wales, i. 292 (a), 294 (6), '215 (c), 
296 (a), 298 (6), 319 (c) ; ii. 1, 9, 20 ; v. 33, 
35, 44, 49, 52, 53, 57, 63, 330 ; vi. 9, 73 
Amphitheatre at, ii. 6 
Glass bead from, xlv. 301 
Gold ring from, v. 71 
Roman bath at, vi. 7 

Caermarthen, Wales, i. 279 (a), 281 (6), 302 (c) ; 
ii. 9, 18; iv. 6; v. 38; vii. 76; xiv. 217; 
xvii. 169; xx. 227 
Castle, iii. 113 
Caermarthenshire, hoarstones in, xxv. 59 

Roman stations in, observations on, by 

WILLIAM HARRIS, ii. 1 
Caernarvon castle, vi. 363, 364 ; xx. 114, 127,130, 

161 
Founded by Edward I., i. 282 (a), 284 (6), 

305 (c) 
Caernarvon, earl of, see Dormer, Robert ; 

Dormer, William 
Earls of, motto of, xxxii. 71 
Caernarvonshire, hoarstones in, xxv. 59 

Population of, i. 281 (a), 283 (6), 304 (c) 
Caerphilly, Wales, ii. 10 ; vi. 16 

Castle, i. 278 (a), 280 (ft), 301 (c), 288 (a), 
290 (6), 311 (c) 

The blue castle, ii. 11 
Built by Flemings, ii. 12 
Built by Edward I., iii. 14 
Caer-Ruffin (Rome), xxviii. 400 
Caer-Segont, xxvii. 416 ; 1. 265 



Caer-Swe, Wales, xvii. 168 
Caer Urfe, xlvi. 164 
Caervoran, Northumberland, xxiv. 352 
Caerwent, Wales, i. 296 (a), 298 (6), 318 (c); 
ii. 3 ; v. 33, 44, 48, 49, 52, 53, 58 ; vi. 7,9; 
vii. 76, 207 
Excavations at, OCTAVIUS MORGAN on, xxxvi. 

418 

Plan of, xxxvi. 418 
Roman well at, xxxvi. 425 

Baths at, xxxvi. 433 

Pavement at, vii. 410 
Caesar, Caius Julius, x. 2 

As Pontifex Maxirnus, 1. 240 

Ciimp of near Deal, ii. Ki2 

Departure of from Gaul for invasion of 

Britain, Sii: GKOKCK Bn>i>i:i,i, AII;V on. 

xxxiv. 231 
Invasion of Britain by, DAINKS BAKKI.V'.TON 

on, ii. 134 

Landed at Richborongh, i. S2 (<i) (I). !>:'> (<) 
Landing of in Britain, (!. IS. An:v on spot 

where it occurred, xxxix. 3l>3 
Landing of in Britain, TIIOMA- U:\VIN on. 

xxxix. 309 
Landing of in Britain, correspondence !><- 

twccn the Society of Antiquaries and 

the Admiralty concerning, xxxix. '2~~ 
Map illustrating his route in England, 

xxxiv. 250 

Map of his expedition to Britain, xxi. 504 
On the time employed in his expeditions to 

Britain, by HKNRY OWKX, ii. 159 
Passage of over the Thames, SAMUEL GALK 

on, i. 183 (a), 184 (I), 203 (c) 

DAINKS BARRINGVON on, ii. 141 
Place of landing of in Britain, JAMES REX- 
NELL on, xxi. 501 
Remains of villa built by, I. 60 
Removal of the Rostra at Rome by, xlix. 425 
Represented by a king in cards, viii. 162 
Residence of, at Rome, xlix. 401 
The day of his landing in Britain, EARL 

STANHOPE on, xli. 270 
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CAE-CAL 



Caesar's camp, near Bagshot, vii. 202 

Near Folkestone, excavations at, xlvii. 

429 
Caesar, John, xxvi. 393 

Sir Julius, xxxv. 4 ; xxxvi. 27; xxxviii. 395; 

xlv. 67, 68 

Sir Thomas, xxxvi. 27, 28, 31 
Caesarcn, Jersey, viii. 387 
Caesarins, v. 298 
Cnesnrins, Sir Owen, said to be commemorated by 

giant's prove, Penrith, ii. 48 
Cacsaromagus, v. 138; xxiii. 3(57; xxix. 252 
Caffa, purple, xvi. !'- 
Cahors, France, bridge at, xxxvi. 316 
Cathedral, capital in, xxxvi. 313 

Chapel of penitents in, xxxvi. 315 
Corlx-l table in, xxxvi. 313 
Doorway in, xxxvi. 314 
Interior of choir of, xxxvi. 312 
Church of Saint Bartholomew at, xxxvi. 315 
Church of Saint Urcissc at, xxxvi. 315 
Chimney at, xxxvi. 31(5 
Fortifications at, xxxvi. 31G 
Medieval houses at, xxxvi. 315, 31(5 
Palace of pope John XXII. at, xxxvi. 315 
Roman amphitheatre at, xxxvi. 31(3 
Roman gateway at, xxxvi. 316 
Cahosbi, Yorkshire, v. 195 
Cahours, Mons., vi. 147 
Cahusac, John Arthur, xxix. 420; xxxi. 479, 

480 

Caile, Adam de, xxxix. 442 
Cailie, Marie, iii. 298 
Sir Osbert, iii. 298 
Sir Thomas, iii. 298 

Cain, the history of, illumination of, xxiv. 340 
Cairbre Lifeacar, vii. 282 
Cairo, see Caerau 
Cairen, ii. 13 ; vi. 17 

Cairndraidlane, Cairnedraidland, Cairnetradban, 
land near Aberdeen, i. 317 (a), 319 (6), 
342 (c) 

Cairn, Earaan, Scotland, xxv. 616 
Cairngall, Aberdcenshire, coffins at, xliv. 15 



Cairns, ii. Ill ; v. 243 ; xxxv. 234, 241 ; xlix. 

183, 185, 189, 190 
Cairo, xii. 158 ; xxi. 370, 372 

(Old), Coptic churches of, xlviii. 397 

Roman fortress of, xlviii. 397 
Cairs-work, Derbyshire, vii. 175, 178; ix. 210 
Caister, Norfolk, i. 61 (a) (6), 68 (c) ; xii. 135 ; 
xiv. 5 ; xviii. 437 ; xx. 577 ; xxi. 234 ; 
xxii. 412 ; xxiii. 363, 365, 367 ; xxxiv. 48 
Bricks made at, xii. 137, 412, 413 
Roman station of, 1. 370 
Caitrebourg, xx. 218 
Gains, John, xxxviii. 107 
Calaber, squirrels' fur, xlv. 182 
Calais, France, x. 2, 4, 8 ; xx. 141; xxxiv. 236 
Agreement to surrender by Margaret of 

Anjou, xlvii. 267 

Allusions to, temp. Elizabeth, xlvii. 241 
And Dover, isthmus between, i. 83 (a) (b), 
04 (r) 

Battle of (1349), v. 19 

Entry of Henry VIII. into, picture of, iii. 

190 

Exchange at, iii. 205 
Fleet before, vi. 213 
Interview of Henry VIII. and Charles V. at, 

picture of, iii. 190 
Map of, iii. 216 
Said to Ixs Iccins Portus, i. 183 (a), 184 (6), 

203 (c) 

Saint Nicholas church at, xx. 117 
Taken by duke of Guise (1588), iii. 201 
Taken by Edward III., iii. 201 
Taken by English (1347), iii. 252 
The defeat of the Flemings before (1436), 

satirical lines on, xxxiii. 129 
To Boulogne, Henry VIII.'s march from, 

picture of, iii. 241 
Calaptshi, see Kalabshe 
Calard, Richard, xxxix. 24, 25 
Calash, see Costume 
Calberle, Thomas, xxxviii. 44 
Calcaria, i. 63 (a) (b), 70 (c), 217 (a), 218 (6), 
238 (c) ; v. 43 ; xxxii. 16 






CAL 



125 



Calcot, inscription on barn at, xiii. 121 
Calculi, ix. 21 

Caldale, Orkney, beads from, xxxiv. 117 
Caldane, xxiii. 262 

Caldara, Polidoro, drawings by, i. 132 (a) (&), 
146 (c), 134 (a) (6), 148 (c), 135 (a) (6), 
149 (c) 
Caldecote, Peter de, xxxvii. 290 

Robert, xxxvii. 338 

William de, xxxvii. 290 
Caldees, ii. 241 
Calder, thanes of, ix. 329 
Caldicot castle, Monmouthshire, v. 57, 61 

Hundred of, v. 51 
Caldwell, ix. 285 
Caldwell, Sir George, ii. 279 

James L., xxi. 2, 5 

Sir Bichard, ii. 279 
Caledonian Wood, the, viii. 375 
Caledonii, the, xvi. 101 

In Ptolemy, xlviii. 394 
Calefactoria belonging to St. Paul's (1245), 1. 

443 

Calembuc, a scented wood, xxvii. 54 
Calendar of lessons and psalms, i. 15 (a) (b), 

17(o) 

At St. Stephen's, Coleman Street, London, 
temp. Henry VIII., 1. 19 

Ecclesiastical, a comment on Ovid's Fasti, 
ii. 47 

Egyptian, the antiquity of, xlvii. 466 

In MS. Psalters, tamp. 1221, xlvi. 243 

Observations on, by FRANCIS DOUCE, xii. 200 

Of the Mexican year, xlvii. 157 

Old Greek, xlvii. 468 

On the words " O Sapientia," in, xlix. 219 

Perpetual (1556), xxxvi. 290 

Roman, materials of, kept at the Regia, 1. 236 

Runic, xli. 453 
Calends, feast of, xv. 225 
Calenius, Walter, xxxii. 340 
Calepugnus, xlii. 410 
Caleto, John de, iv. 34 
Caleva, see Calleva 



Calevites, xv. 181 

CALEY, JOHN, on origin of Jews in England, viii. 

389 
On wardrobe account of Henry VIII., ix. 

243 
On manor of Wimbledon, Surrey (1649) 

x. 399 
On a shrine called Corpus Christ! at York, 

x. 469 
On instructions for survey of church goods, 

xviii. 298 
On a survey of Bridlington priory, York.s, 

xix. 270 
On jewels pledged to cardinal Beaufort, xxi. 

34 
On papers on interview between Henry VI 1 1. 

and Francis 1., xxi. 175 
Exhibits seal of St. Sepulchre's college, 

York, xxii. 422 
Caleyes, Thomas de, xxxi. 94 
Calf, footprint of, on a brick, viii. 373 

On a tile, xxii. 340 
Golden, of the Israelites, iv. 245 
Sculptured at Hognaston church, xlvii. 171 
Calves, price of, xviii. 282 
Calibutt, Mr., xxv. 495 
Calican, Kbn., vii. 13 
Caligula, emperor, bronze bust of, found at ('<>1- 

chester, xxxi. 445 
Illness of, xlvi. 182 
Palace of, at Rome, xlix. 402 
Incident in the life of, 1. 60 
Villa of, near Civita La Vigna, 1.61 
See Coins 
Caliver, xv. 55 
Caliver, see Arms 
Callan, vii. 279 

Callernish, Isle of Lewis, xxv. 195 
Callesborne, Roger, xxxv. 425 
Calletot, Renaud de, xxxv. 303 
Calleva, viii. 89, 91; xv. 179, 181, 186, 188; xxiii. 
402; xxvii. 414; xxviii. 401, 413, 416; 1. 265 
Callewe, Edmond, xxv. 516 
Callias, iii. 140, 141 



126 



CAL CAM 



Callimaohus, xiv. 196 

Callot, Jacqnes, drawings by, i. 135 (a) (6), 

149 (c) 

Callowe, Mr., swan mark of, xvi. 153 
Calmuc, see Tartar 
Calopynne. xlii. 410 

Calpe Strete, Winchester, i. 93 (a) (6), 104 (c) 
Calston, Robert, xxxvii. 279 
Calthorpe, Charles, xxxvi. 109 

Kli/.abeth, xii. 2(5; xxxii. 405 

Sir Philip, xii. 2t> ; xxv. 392 
Ciilthrop, Mr., xxv. 565 
Caltrap. tee Arms 

Calumbiic. n sweet smelling wood, xxvii. 54 
Calvary at Lewes priory, xxxi. 435 
C'alvedun, Dorsetshire, viii. 221, 236 
Calveley. Mr., xxviii. 1015 
Calvely. Anthony, will of (1562), 1. 193 
Culver. Edward K., x.xxix. 288 
Calverley. Sir Hugh, xxii. 278; xxviii. 384 

Nicholas, xii. 370 

Sir Richard, xlvii. 57 

Sir Walter, v. 114 
Calvert, Edmond, xxxvii. 350 

F. W., xlii. 433 
Calves Mugget. xiii. 370, 388 
Calvin, John, v. 3 

Calvo Monte, Galfrid do, xxxii. 124 
Calvus, name of a, chessman, xi. 404; 'xxiv. 

22C 

Calybut, John, xxv. 505 
Calydonian, ii. 241 
Calvpso, garden of, vii. 114 
Calyx, found in Ithaca, xxxiii. 45, 54 
Camail, see Arms 
Camara. Disiderata do, xl. 235 

Sir Stephen de, xl. 235 
Camarina, Pains, xvi. 152 
Cambeck fort, x. 118 
Cambell, see Campbell 
Cambcnart, Hennart de, xx. 223 
Camberwell, Surrey, plague at, xxxvii. 20 

Church, sedilia in, xi. 374 
Cambo, France, xxxiv. 399 



Cambodunum, Campodunnm, i. 62 (o) (6), 70 
(c),63 (a) (6), 70 (c), 71 (a), 72 (6), 80 (c), 
217 (a), 218 (6), 238 (c), 221 (a), 222 (6), 
242 (c), 224 (o), 225 (6), 245 (c) ; iii. 182 
JOSEPH HUNTER, on site of, xxxii. 16 
Camboritum, xiv. 24 
Cambray, France, cathedral of, xi. 337 

English Benedictine convent at, xiii. 253, 267 
Mount of piety at, xxix. 275 
Cambray, Mons., xxii. 196 

Tourqnart de, xxxvii. 92 
Cambrensis, Giraldus, on Geoffrey of Monmouth's 

History, xxxii. 341 
Cambric, ix. 251 

Cambridge, Bcde's house at, vi. 174 
British coin found at, xxxiii. 190 
Castle, coffin-lids found in, xvii. 228 
Stone coffins from, viii. 63 
Wall, iv. 101 

Chancellor's court at, vii. 25 
Reception of Charles II. at, in 1641, xviii. 29, 

30 
Colleges at : 

Clare, sepulchral vases at, xxv. 19 
Corpus Christi, illuminated MS. at, ii. 

194 

Horn given to, iii. 9 
Gild at, iii. 19 
Cup at, v. 387 

Mazers at, 1. 136, 144, 157, 161, 165 
Gonvile and Gains, brickwork at, iv. 91 

Gift of plate to, xxx. 5 
King's, cleaning glass in chapel of, xlvi. 

137 
Robes provided for, temp. Henry 

VI., xvi. 3, 7, 8 
Vaulting of chapel of, xvii. 79 ; six. 

365, 368 ; xlvii. 43 
Wood carving in chapel of, xlix. 273 
King's Hall, brickwork in, iv. 91 
Pembroke, foundation of, 1. 512 
Mazers at, 1. 133, 136, 152 
Consecration crosses in' chapel of, 
xlviii. 463 



CAM 



127 






Cambridge continued 

Queen's, brickwork at, i. 147 (a) (6), 

163 (c) 

St. John's, htunan bones filled with lead 
at, iv. 72 

Irish MS. psalter at, 1. 292 
Sydney Sussex, vi. 166 
Cambridge, corporation lands at, xlvi. 409 
Chapel of Henry VI. at, xvii. 46, 54 
Jewish synagogue at, vi. 165 
Jews at, vi. 164, 165 
Mint at, xxvi. 10 
Plague at, xxxvii. 20 
Poor-house at, xli. 369 
Pottery found at, xix. 409 
Sac Friar's house at, iii. 130 
Seal of Grey Friars of, xxviii. 462 
Signet from, xix. 386 

St. Benedict's church, iv. 101 ; xxvi. 29, 39 
St. Edward's church, xix. 368 
St. Giles church, iv. 100 ; xix. 364, 368 
St. Mary the Less church, xix. 365, 368 
St. Sepulchre's church, vi. 163, 173 
The Falcon Inn at, xii. 280 
University of, founded by king Sigebcrt, 

vii. 26 

Vase from, xix. 409 
Cambridge, Samuel, xxxv. 450 
Richard, earl of, xlvii. 412 
Cambridgeshire, sedilia in, x. 295 
Cambryg, John, xxxv. 422 
Cambutta, a pastoral staff, xxv. 245 
Cambyses, iv. 223, 254 

Camden, William, i. viii (a) (6) (c), xviii (a) (b) 
(c), 152 (a) (b), 169 (c), 153 (a) (6), 170(f) ; 
ii. 54 ; iii. 182 ; xxxii. 138 ; xli. 405, 406 
Came, William, will of (1496), 1. 190 
Camei, Domenico dei, xlv. 13 
Camelon, JOHN WALKER on, i. 230 (a), 231 (6), 

252 (c) 
Camels, xliv. 326 

Belonging to Edward I., xv. 356 
In England, temp. Edward II., xxvi. 344 
Shod with ropes of hemp, iii. 37 
Cameos in early inventories, xxx. 446, 447 



Camera, Osbert de, xvii. 316 

Camerarins, Joachim, iii. 35 

Camerium, xxiii. 270 

Camerton, Somersetshire, xix. 45 

Cameys, John de, xxviii. 281 

Camfewe, Henry, xxii. 392 

Camilla, Tydisius do, xxviii. 271 

Caminha, Antonio Lonrenco, xliv. 246 

Caminus, meaning of, xviii. 213 

Camis, a textile fabric, xli. 360 

Camis, lord de, xxi. 19 

Camisedale, Yorkshire, v. 196 

Camlet, xxi. 253 

Camino, Walter, xxxvii. 264 

Cannnin, Pomerania, cathedral of, xxxix. 93, 90 

Camoca, silk or velvet, x. 242 

A bod of, xxix. 34 
Camois, .John de, xxv. 412 

Katherine de, xxv. 412 

Ruffe do, xxxix. 442 

Camon, France, sword found at, xlv. 254 
Campania, bronze objects from, xxxvi. 3. r >H 
Campayne, B., xxxii. 371 

Margaret, xxxii. 371 
Campbell, George, xliv. 416 

Robert do, xl. 429 

W, xlvii. 81 

Campbernart, Hennart do, xx. 223 
Camj) de drap d'or, see Cloth of Gold, Field of 
Campden, lord, see Noel, Edward 
Campden, Gloucestershire, sedilia at, x. 297 
Campe, John, xii. 366 
Campeius, the cardinal, xxxvi. 16 

Laurence, bishop of Salisbury, grant of 
indulgence by, xi. 364 

Randolph, xxxvi. 16 
Campestres Deae, iii. 110, 121 
Campey Hill, Hexham, xxv. 279 
Campinet, William, xxiii. 28 
Camp Green, Derbyshire, x. 467 
Campion, surname, derivation of, xxxii. 288 

Surname of a tenant at Mardefeld, xlvii. 
112 

Edmond, xiii. 86 ; xxx. 64; xxxvi. 115 

Thomas, xxvi. 381 



128 



CAM 



Campodnnnm, see Cambodnnnm 
Camps, Earthworks, Entrenchments: 

Early British, xlvi. 458, 459 

Existence of keeps in, xlvii. 432 

Mode of repairing by Severus, xlvi. 165 

Pre-historic, xlvi. 423 

WATSON, JOHX, on, v. 87 

At Abbey, Gloucestershire, xix. 164 
Abury, Wilts, xxviii. 399 
Aldcrton, Northants, xxxv. 395 
Anstie, Surrey, ix. 100, 105 
Appleby Slack, Lancashire, xxxi. 450, 452 
Arbury, Xnrt hunts, xxvii. 101 ; xliii. 118; 

xlvii i. 335 

Arnold, Notts, x. 378 
Arran. isle of, xlvi. 401 
Arthur's Round Table, Caerleon, ii. 
Arthur's Round Table, Penrith, ii. 50 
Aslidon, Kssex, xxv. 2, 3 
Aspatria, Cumberland, x. 113 
Avanches, Swit/erland, vi. 12 
Avaricum, xlvi. 4 .">'.' 
Badbury, Wilts, i. (JO (a) (/)), 67 (c) ; viii. 

>'.', '.'2 

Bail. Ion, Yorkshire, xxxi. 300, 300 
Bakcsburv, viii. 1U7 
Ballergie, Argyllshire, xxv. 015 
Barbury castle, Wilts, viii. 92 
Burford, Yorks, ix. 282 
Barrow Hill, Norfolk, xxiii. 301 
Bartine Hill, Cornwall, xxii. 300 
Bayonne, xxxiv. 399, 400, 401, 402 
Belbury, Dorset, xlviii. 115 
Belgic dykes, xlii. 175 
Belinus castle, Bucks, xxxiii. 347 
Belleville, near Dieppe, xxxv. 104 
Beltout, Sussex, xlii. 32 
Bevisbury, Wilts, viii. 91 
Binchester, Durham, ix. 287 
Bindnn, Dorset, xli. 391 
Bishops Stortford, Essex, xix. 411 
Bittern, Hants, xlviii. 232 
Blackwell, Durham, ix. 288 
Bladen, Oxfordshire, xxxvii. 431 



Camps continued 

At Blaize castle, Gloucestershire, xix. 162 
Bodsbury Hill, Lanarkshire, xlii. 34 
Borough Hill, Northamptonshire, v. 54 ; 

xxxv. 383 

Bosense, Cornwall, xiv. 225 
Bower Walls, xliv. 429 
Bow Hill, Sussex, xlii. 48 
Bradfield, Yorkshire, v. 91 
Brancaster, Norfolk, xii. 134 ; xxiii. 361 
Brattan, Wiltshire, vii. 22; xlii. 192 
Bredon Hill, Gloucestershire, xix. 172, 174 
Brill, ix. 282; xlii. 48 
Brinklow, Warwickshire, xxxv. 393 
Broad ridgo Green, Gloucestershire, xix. 

169, 174 

Broil, the, Chichester, xlii. 48 
Brothcridge, High, Gloucestershire, xix. 

170 

Bucton castle, Cheshire, v. 87 
Bueth castle, Cumberland, xiv. 117 
Bulberton, Berks, viii. 96 
Buiigay, Suffolk, xxiii. 367 
Bunswalls, xii. 91 
Burgh castle, Suffolk, xxiii. 363 
Burpham, Sussex, xlii. 47 
Burrow Dykes, Norfolk, xiv. 5 
Burrow Hill, Northants, xliii. 118 
Bur Tor, Derbyshire, x. 467 
Bury Hill, viii. 107 ; ix. 204; xix. 164 
Buttindune, xxix. 5 
Buxton, Derbyshire, ix. 137 
Caburn, Mount, Sussex, xlii. 33, 34, 35 ; 

xlvi. 423; xlvii. 430 
Cadbury, xlvi. 446 
Caer Ban, Cornwall, xxii. 300 
Caer Bladen, 1. 422 
Caer Dur, 1. 422 

Caerleon, Monmouthshire, ii. 7; v. 51, 62 
Caesar's camp, Folkestone, xlvii. 429 
Caireu, Wales, ii. 14; vi. 17 
Caister, Norfolk, xxiii. 365 
Campston Hill, Monmouthshire, ii. 24 
Canewdon, Essex, ix. 379 






CAM 



129 



Camps continued 

Cardiff, Glamorganshire, ii. 13 

Carrigtohill, Cork, xxiii. 80 

Carry House, Northumberland, xlv. 357, 358 

Castle Acre, Norfolk, xxiii. 371 

Castle-an-Dinas, Cornwall, xxii. 303, 304 

Castle Chun, Cornwall, xiv. 227 

Castle Dykes, Derbyshire, ix.139; xxii. 301, 302 

Castlefield, Lancashire, xxxiv. 47 

Castlemadock, Wales, i. 303 (a) (b), 324 (c) 

Castle Rising, Norfolk, xxiii. 360 

Castleshaw, Yorkshire, i. 03 (a) (b), 70 (c), 

215 (a), 21(5 (6), 236 (c) ; xxxii. 21 
Castlesteads, Cumberland, ix. 220, 223 ; x. 

105, 118 

Catterley Banks, Wiltshire, xliii. 407 
Catter-thun, Angus, ix. 278 
Cawthorn, Yorkshire, xliii. 314 
Chanctonbury, Sussex, xlii. 42 
Charlton Marshall, Dorset, xvii. 331 
Chepstow, Monmouthshire, v. 4<S 
Cherbury castle, Berks, xii. 3!) 7 
Chester Field, Bedfordshire, viii. 377, 3Sl 
Chesterford, Cambridgeshire, xxxii. 350 
Chilcombe, Dorset, xli. 393 
Chipping Norton, Oxon, xxvii. 101 
Christchurcb, Hampshire, v. 237 
Chun Castle, Cornwall, ix. 139; xxii. 301, 302 
Church. Down, Gloucestershire, xix. 169 
Cilurnum, Northumberland, xlvi. 1 
Cissbury, Sussex, xxi. 547 ; xlii. 44, 53; xlv. 

338; xlvi. 462, 468; xlvii. 430 
Cleeve Hill, Gloucestershire, xix. 171 
Clifton, Gloucestershire, i. 63 (a) (6), 70 (c) ; 

xix. 162; xliv. 428, 430 
Cockfield, Durham, ix. 283 
Cogenhoe, Northants, xliii. 118 
Combes Moss, Derbyshire, ix. 139 ; x. 29 
Combs, the, Notts, ix. 200 ; x. 379 
Conigs Castle, Dorset, xli. 394 
Cornwall, cliff castles in, xlix. 181 
Cotton, Northants, xliii. 118 
Countess Park, Northumberland, xlv. 367 
Coutham, West, Yorkshire, xxxi. 473 



Camps continued 

Cowbridge, Glamorganshire, ii. 15 
Craig-y-Gaekkig, Monmouthshire, vi. 12 
Crickley Hill, Gloucestershire, xix. 170 
Cwm, Brecknockshire, i. 302 (a), 304 (6), 

325 (c) ; xvii. 168 
Danbury, Essex, ix. 378 
Danebury Hill, viii. 107 
Devil's Dyke, Sussex, xlii. 34, 42 
Devenibyr, Devon, xix. 311 
Deribury Down, Devon, xix. 311, 312 
Dieppe, France, xxxv. 105 
Ditchling, Sussex, xlii. 34. 4<> 
Dorchester, Dorset, xli. 3!2 
Drakestone, Gloucestershire, xix. 10(i 
Dunbury Hill. viii. li>7 
Dun Dornadilla. Scotland, x. lUO 
Dundalair, Scotland, xxv. <>15 
Dyrhani, Gloucestershire, xix. li>5 
Kaston Xab, Yorkshire, xxxi. 473 
Keht, Barmkynof, AlKTdecnshire, xxv. 615 
Egbury Castle, Bucks, i. 57 (n) (//), Ii:! (>) 
Elberton, Gloucestershire, xix. !''>.') 
Ellenborough, Cumberland, ii. 55, 57 
Elmham, North, Norfolk, xxiii. 3<i!i 
Englewood Forest, Hroad Field. i.\. 22:1 
Ewenny, Wales, 11. 1(>: vi. 17 
Flotmanby, Yorkshire, xxv. 1 t'J 
Flowers, Dorset, xli. .'ill I 
Figbury Ring. Wilts, viii. ]04. li'ti 
Folkestone, Civsar's camp at, xlvii. 429 
Freeburgh Hill, Yorkshire, xxxi. 473 
Frippesbury, Wilts, iii. 104 
Fynnon Druidion, Pembrokeshire, xxv. 2b 
Gaer, the, Brecknockshire, ii. 21 ; iv. 2, 6, 9, 

14 

Gaer Vawr, Monmouthshire, xxix. 400 
Glenbeg, Scotland, x. 100 
Gloucestershire, v. 207; xix. 174 
Gogmagog Hills, Cambridgeshire, v. 54 
Greaves Ash, Northumberland, xlv. 369 
Grimmers Dyke, Hants, xv. 185 
Grimspound, Devon, xxii. 431 
Gnisborough, Yorkshire, xxxi. 473 
S 






130 



CAM 



Camps continued 

Gnilsborongh, Northants, xxxv. 393 ; xliii. 

118 

Gunnar Heugh, Northumberland, xlv. 372 
Haddons, the, Northants, xliii. 118 
Hallingbnry, Essex, xix. 411 
Haniden Hill, Somerset, xxi. 40, 42 
Hanstie-Bnry, Surrey, xix. 109 
Hardwick, Monmouthshire, xxix. (J, 11 
Harlow, Essex, xix. 411 
Hurtle Moor, Derbyshire, vi. 113 
Haynes Green, Essex, xxix. 2. r >2 
Hempstead, Hast, Berks, xix. !('., !>S 
Ilent,'istl>urv Head. Hants, v. 237 
Hexirrave Park. Notts, ix. 200; x. :i7!) 
Hcvslidt, Sussex, xlii. 4S 
Highdown, Sussex, xlii. .'{:!, 34. 47, .")3 
Highwick Castlefield, Devon, .\i.\. 313 
II. .d Hill, Dorsetshire, xxi. 42: xlv. 251 
Ilolkhaiii, Norfolk, .xxiii. Ml 
Ilcillinirbui-yCastlf, Sussex, xxix. 372; xlii. 39 
Hulmesdale, Surrey, xxxii. 4()3 
Hiimcbury, Surrev, ix. Io2, I0(j 
Honiiing, Noi-folk. xxiii. 3l>4 
Horton, Gloucestershire, xix. \(>~> 
IHiu's Wood, Kent, xxx. f>8 
Ingellxmrne Castle. Wilts, 1. 423, 424 
Irchester, Northants, xliii. 118 
.I.-.ck Dyke. Yorks, ix. 2,^2 
Kent, i. 188 (<j) (//), 208 (e) 
Kenwith Castle. Devonshire, xv. 198 
Keston, Kent, xxii. 337 
Kimlcrton, C'hesliire, i. 02 (a) (b), (i9 (c) 
Kingscleer, Hants, viii. 103 
Kind's Weston, Gloucestershire, xix. 16'2 
Kirkbuddo, Forfai-shire, xvi. 364 
Kirkby Thore, Westmoreland, xxxi. 281 
Kirklees, Yorkshire, i. 63 (a) (b), 70 (c) ; 

xxxii. 21 

Knoc Scalbert, Argyllshire, xxv. 614 
Knole, Gloncestei-shire, xix. 163; xxix. 8 
Kyme, South, Lincolnshire, 1. 383 
Laindon Hill, Essex, ix. 380 
Lambert's Castle, Dorsetshire, xli. 394 



Camps con/ inued 

Langenny, Brecknockshire, iv. 19 

Lansdown, Gloucestershire, xix. 165 

Lanternam Park, Monmouthshire, ii. 17 

Laughton, Yorks, xxxii. 18 

Le Catillon, Normandy, xlvii. 437 

Leckhampton Hill, Gloucestershire, xix. 171 

Lexden, Essex, xxix. 244, 249 

Lidney, Gloucestershire, v. 207; x. 133; xxix. 

8; xxxiii. 3 

Lilbournu, Northants, xliii. 118 
Llandrindod, Radnorshire, xvii. 170, 172 
Locmariaker, Brittany, xxv. 231 
Lombard (ireen, Derbyshire, xii. 8 
Lovely Grange, Notts, x. 379 
Madgctts, Monmouthshire, xxix. 9 
Maiden Bower, Bedfordshire, xxvii. 100 
Maiden Castle, Dorsetshire, xli. 391; xlvi.432 
Maiden Castle, Durham, vii. 75; x.60; xlv.394 
Mainsfortli, Durham, vii. 7") 
-Mam Tor, Derbyshire, vi. 247 ; vii. 134 ; x. 29 
Mansfield Woodhouse, Notts, ix. 193 
Melandra Castle, Derbyshire, iii. 236 ; v. 90 ; 

x. 24, 28 

Meon Hill, Gloucestershire, xlv. 263 
Mexborough, Yorks, xxxii. 18 
Milber Down, Devon, xix. 313 
Mill Knock, Northumberland, xlv. 372 
Minchinhampton, Gloucestershire, xxxv. 413 
Mollach Hill, Scotland, x. 100 
Mowston Castle, Derbysliire, v. 89 
Xarburgh, Norfolk, xxiii. 371 
Nedbury Hill, Wilts, viii. 107 
New Grange, Meath, ii. 239 
Newhaven, Sussex, xlii. 34 ; xlvi. 463 
Newport, Monmouthshire, vi. 29 
Northampton, Danes camp, xliii. 118, 119 
Nottingham Hill, Gloucestershire, xix. 171 
Old Borough Hill, Kent, xxii. 343 
Oldbury, Gloucestershire, xix. 163; xxix. 7 
Oldox, Notts, ix. 201 

Ovington, Norfolk, xxiii. 369 ; xxxvi. 455 
Oxton, Notts, x. 378381 
Painswick Beacon, Gloucestershire, xix. 169 






CAM 



131 



Camps continued 

Parwich, Derbyshire, x. 29 
Pentrich, Derbyshire, x. 28 
Penrith, Cumberland, v. 67 
Pen-y-Crng, Brecknockshire, i. 297 (a), 299 

(6), 320 (c) 

Pen-y-Gar, Wales, ii. 51 
Pitchbury Wood, Essex, xxix. 249, 250 
Pleasly Park, Derbyshire, ix. 197 
Purbeck, Isle of, Dorsetshire, xli. 389 
Pylsdun, Dorsetshire, xli. 394 
Quarley Hill, Hants, i. 57 (a) (I,), f>4* (<) ; 

viii. 107 

Rannachan, Argyllshire, xxv. 615 
Ranscombe, Sussex, xlvi. 471 
Rayleigh, Essex, ix. 380 
Richmond, Old, Yorks, ix. '282 
Rombald's Moor, Yorkshire, xxxi. 30(> 
Saint Katherine's Hill, Hants, v. 237 
Saint Nicholas, Wales, iii. 11(5 
Saint Roche's Hill, Sussex, xlii. 34, 47 
Seaford, Sussex, xlii. 33, 34 ; xlvi. 4(>2 ; 1. 383 
Selsea Bill, Sussex, xlii. 48 
Silchester, Hants, 1. 265 
Silford Moor, Devonshire, xv. 204 
Sinadon Hill, Berkshire, xxxviii. 32! i 
Skye, x. 100 

Sodbury, Old, Gloucestershire, xix. l(i">, 174 
Somerstown, the Brill at, Middlesex, xlii. 48 
South Shields, Durham, xlvi. 163 
Stansted Mountfichet, Essex, xix. 411 
Stanton Moor, Derbyshire, vi. 114 
Stanwick, Yorkshire, xlv. 253 
Stokeleigh Slade, Somersetshire, xliv. 428 
Stoneraise, Englewood Forest, Cumberland, 

ix. 224; x. 110 

Stroat, Gloucestershire, xxix. 8 
Sudbrook, Monmouthshire, ii. 2 
Sunderland Bridge, Durham, vii. 76 
Tasburgh, Norfolk, xxiii. 368 
Thrapstone, Northants, xliii. 118 
Thornborough, Yorkshire, xliii. 303 
Toft Hill, Durham, ix. 283 
Tommen-y-mur, Merionethshire, xiv. 276 



Camps continued 

Tortworth, Bloody acre, Gloucestershire, xix. 

164 

Totternhoe, Castle Hill, Beds, xxvii. 100 
Tredegar Park, Monmouthshire, ii. 8; vi. 17 
Trelowarren, Cornwall, xl. 116 
Trippesbury, Wilts, viii. 104 
Tuxbury Hill, Surrey, xxiii. 401 
Uffington, Berkshire, xlvi. 460 
Ugbrooke Park, Devon, xix. 311, 312 
Uley Bury, Gloucestershire, xix. 167 
Usk, Monmouthshire, ii. 21 
Ventii Icenorum, xii. 137 
VVausdyke, Hants, viii. 91 
Wappenbury, Warwickshire, x.\.\v. 3!'4 
Wareham, Dorsctsliire, xliv. 434 
Wurton Crag, Lancashire, ix. 212 
Walton, Herts, x. 371 

Wei-don. C'astk- Dyke. Xorthants. xliii. 1 1> 
Westphalia, xiii. 1, 5 
Westi-idgo, Gloucestershire, xi\. Itiii 
White Hawk Hill. Sussex, xlii. 4u 
White Horse Hill, Berks, xii. 3H7 
White Stone, Knglewood Forest, Cuiuber- 

land, ix. 223 
Wilbury Hill, xxvii. llll 
Wimbledon, Surrey, xxxi. 51>. 51!'. ~i'2 ; 

xxxii. 45U 

Winny Hill, Notts, ix. ]!'8 
Winstoiie, Durham, ix. 282 
Wolstanbury, Sussex, xlii. 34, 41 
Worlebury, Somersetshire, xlvi. 46l> 
Worle Hill, Somersetshire, xliv. 432 
Worplesdon, Surrey, xxiii. 403 
Wreck Hills, Norfolk, xxii. 361 
Yanesbury, Wiltshire, v. 54 
Yevering Bell, Northumberland, xlv. 36!' 
Zlato, xlix.72 

Campston hill, ii. 24 ; vi. 13 

Campyon, William, xlv. 231 

Camulodunum, iii. 166; v. 137, 333; xiv. 24, 61, 
74 ; xxiii. 367 ; xxxi. 446 ; xxxiii. 123 ; 
xl. 50 

HENRY JENKINS on site of, xxix. 243 
s 2 



132 



CAM-CAN 



Camnlodunnm continued 

THOMAS WALFORD on the situation of, xvi. 

145 

Camnlus, a name for the god of war, iii. 101 
Camvile, Geffrai de, xxxix. 442 

Gerard, viii. 197; xxvii. Ill, 112 

Nicholas, viii. 197; xxvii. Ill, 112 

Kit-hard de, 1. 356 

Thomas de, xxxix. 442 

William de, xxxix. 442 

Family, grant by, 1. 33(5, 337 
Camwysse, thin linen, xli. 3(50 
Camworth, William, x. 73 
Cnnii, the niai-riage of, xvii. 127 
('ana, Malemo, xl. 3 
Canachoen, Mathew de. xxviii. 258 
Canada, stone pillars in, viii. 3UO 

Inscribed stone in. viii. 301 
Canal. Roman, near Sleaford, 1. 3S4 
Canali. antiquities of the district of, xlviii. 29 

ReLrion so called, near K|iitanrum, xlviii. 
_".', .".O. 31, 3l> 

Cemeteries of, excavations made in, xlviii. 33 
Canalis, meaning of tlie word, xlviii. 30, 31, 3(5 
Canara. caves at. vii. 299. 331 ; viii. 251 
Canary sack, xv. 1">7 
Canaye, abbe de, ix. 170 
Cancani, *& (lungani 
Cancer, the /odiaral sign of, xlvii. 343, 344, 348, 

357. 3t)0 

Canche, France, xxxiv. 23(i, 237 
Candelabrum, see Candlestick 
Candes, France, church at, xxxiv. 282 
Candida Casa, ix. 49; xvii. 250 
Candish, see Cavendish 
Candles, the antiquity of, xxiii. 320 

Blessing of, iii. 408 

For Christmas, i. 1(5 (a) (fc), 18 (c) 

For sepulchre, xxv. 514 

Idolatrous use of, xxxvi. 146 

Paris, xvi. 48, 74 ; xxxiii. 321 

Perquisites of the treasurer at Exeter, 
xviii. 389 

Sale by, xxxvii. 389 



Candles contimied 

Tallshides, xv. 7 

On tombs, iii. 406 ; xv. 270 

White lights, xv. 7 
Candlesticks, drawing, xl. 330, 342 

At Goodrich Court, SIR SAMUEL MEYRICK on, 
xxiii. 317 

Belonging to St. Paul's (1245), 1. 443, 468; 
(1445), 1. 457, 521 

Brass, found near Ware priory, xxiv. 351 

Egyptian alabaster, at Canosa, 1. 416 

Found at Perugia, xxx. 343 

From Ashbury church, Berks, xv. 402 

In form of a stag, xxviii. 441 

Iron, found in river Witham, xiv. 279 

The seven-branched, on a lamp, xxxviii. 232 
At Milan, xliv. 166 

Wooden, found in Alemannic graves, xxxvi. 

134, 138, 14(5 

Candour, Thomas, x. 264, 308 
Cancelli, chapels, iii. 110 
Caiiestclla, xv. 2(55 
Canewdon, xxiii. 3(57 

Suggested derivation of, ix. 379 
Canford, Dorsetshire, viii. 74, 33(5 

House at, x. 68 
Cangi, v. 370 
Canino, Italy, xxv. 193 ; xxix. 139 

The prince of, account of excavations by 

xxiii. 130 

Cannara, caves of, HECTOR MAC.NKII, on, viii. 251 
Cannellochio, excavations at, xxiii. 263 
Cannibalism, vii. 92 

In Britain, vii. 316 ; xlii. 186 

Object of, xlii. 186 

Practised by the Irish, v. 276 

Scotch, vii. 317 
Canning, Sir Stratford, xxxii. 168 

William, vi. 200 
Cannon, see Arms 
Cannon, great and little, stones at Brimham, 

Yorks, viii. 210, 213, 214 

Cannwill, surname of tenant at Rothley, xlvii. 
100 



CAN 



133 



Canoe, found near Kilblain, xxvi. 264 

Found in Marton Lake, Lancashire, xxvi. 

264 
Found at Lockermoss, Dumfriesshire, xxvi. 

264 

Found near Maidstone, xxvi. 264 
Found at North Stoke, Sussex, xxvi. 257 
Canonis, xxiii. 367 
Canonium, v. 140 ; xxix. 252 
Canon law, influence of, xlviii. 452 
Canonsleigh, Devon, CHARLES SPKNTKI: PKHCKVAI, 
on the charters relating to priory of 
Austin canons and the abbey of Austin 
canonesses at, xl. 417, 4)59, 448 
Canopies, xxxiv. 55; xlix. 244, 252, 281), 290, 291 
Canopy cloth, xxxiv. 54 
Canopns, xv. 390 

Triglot decree of, xlvii. 4GG, 468 
Canorin, vii. 333 
Canosa, Italy, 1. 415, 419 

Bronze doors to tomb at, 1. 416 
Cansennis, i. 62 (a) (6), 69 (<) 
Cantabrians, xvi. 97 

Language of, xvi. 116 
Cantelou, George de, xxxix. 442 
Sir John, xxi. 491 
Robert de, xvi. 49, 77 
Cantelnpe, Sir George, iii. 296 

George, lord, effigy of, xlvi. 280 

Joane, iii. 296 

Milliceiit, iii. 296 

Thomas de, bishop of Hereford, canonization 

of, i. 25 (a) (6), 28 (c) 
Walter de, xxviii. 261 
Sir William, iii. 296; xxxix. 393 
William de, seal of, xxi. 212 
Canterbury, Kent, vi. 180 ; xxiii. 312, 350 ; 

xxviii. 400 ; xxxii. 301 
Archbishops of, see Aethelgar 

Arundel, Thomas 
Beckot, Thomas 
Bergwin 

Bourchier, Thomas 
Ceolnoth 



Canterbury continued 

Chicheley, Henry 
Courtenay, William 
Cranmcr, Thomas 
Dunstan 

Fitz-Alan, Thomas 
Is lip, Simon 
Langton, Stephen 
Morton, tlolin 
Parker, Matthew 
Peckham. John 
Reynolds, Walter 
Stafford, John 
Stigand 

Sudbury, Simon 
Theobald 
Tilliiison. John 
Walter. llul)i-rt 
Warliam, William 
Whittlcsea. William 
Winrhelsca, Robert 
Wnlfred 
Archbishopric of, ii. 3.'!5 

Election of Reginald to, 1. 321 
liurgmotc court summoned by a horn. iii. 1 1 
Cardinals Hat, an inn at, xxxi. 2< <- 
Castle, iv. 378, 390; vi. 232. 2!'>. 31n 
Well in, iv. 393 
Hebrew inscription in, vi. 309 
Cathedral, iv. 152; ix. 117; xi. 324: xvii. 

17; xxxvii. 135; xliii. 73. Ml, 90 
SAMUKL DKNM: on. x. 37 : xi. 375 
Architecture of, xliii. 73 
Hells in, xx. 51 
Capital in, xxxiii. 142 
Ceiling, painted, in, xlvii. 173 
Choir, vaulting of, xhii. 47 

Burnt (1174), 1. 303 
Clock in, in 13th century, xxxiii. 10, 11 
Crypt of, xliii. 76 

DAINES BARIUXGTON on, viii. 442 
Altars in, 1. 71 

Inscriptions in lead found in, xv. 291 
Lavatory in, xi. 108 



134 



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Canterbu ry contin tied 

Lihrary of, books in, xzviii. 457 

Mazers belonging to, 1. 129, 132, 133, 
143, 144, 176 

Mouldings in, xxxiii. 142 ; xlii. HI 

Plate in, xviii. 134 ; xliii. 247 

St. John's chapel in, x. 30 

Sandwich given to, by Cnut, i. 172 
(a) (/,), 151 (c) 

The Saxon, xxxvii. 12<> 

Tablr, silver, on the altar of, xviii. 134 

Tiles in Trinity chapel, signs of the 
zodiac on, x. 155 ; xliv. ll>(5 

Tomb of Henry IV. in, xxvi. 44(1 

(It archbishop Theobald in, xv. 2!'l 

Undercroft of, ascribed to the Romans, 

viii. 1 ~ii 

ClicquiT Inn at. xxxi. 207 
Christ church, burnt by Danes, viii. 23(1 

Charter (if llanio Boviert to, xxv. t>12 
(.'orporation lands at, xlvi. 40!) 
Duckinir-Miiol at, xxxi. 2015 
Excavation at. in ISfiS, xliii. I'll 
French church at, capitals in, viii. 174 
(ilas.- bead from, xlv. 2 ( .*7 
llog-stnll at, xi. lu'.t ; xxiii. 112 
'ousts at. xxxi. 1 I(i 

Lion Inn at. xxxi. 201!, 210; xxxv. 203 
Maynard's sjiittle at, xi. 3.50 
Mint at, xviii. 2; xxiii. 39t; xxiv. 1")'.': 

xxvi. S. 17; xxviii. 51, 52, .V.I, <!.">, Cif. 
Municipal archives of, xxxi. II'H 
I'erainbulation of, xxxi. 207 
Pilgrims (1520) to. xxxi. 207 
Plague at, xxxvii. 3 

Population of, temp. Edward III., xx. 52"> 
Roman roads joining at, xlviii. 239 
St. Augustine's monastery at, presents to, by 
Ethelbert, king of Kent, iv. 55 

Capital at, xxxiii. 142 

Seal of, xviii. 424 
St. Cross, vaulting at, xlvii. 47 
St. George's church, v. 24 
St. John's hospital, mazers at, 1. 143, 146, 171 



Canterbury continued 

St. Margaret's hospital, seal of, xxxi. 462 

St. Martin's chnrch, xvii. 27 ; xlii. 296 
Font at, x. 187 

St. Pancras' church, iv. 416 

Sac Friar's house at, iii. 130 

Triangular bricks found near, 1. 422 

Vines grown near, i. 325 (a), 327 (6), 350 (c) 
Canterbury, Michael de, xxix. 184, 185 
Cantian promontory (Ptolemy), xlviii. 388 
Cantilupe, see Cantelupe 
Cantire, Mull of (Ptolemy), xlviii. 384 
Canton, Richard, xxxix. 25 

tlohn, xxxiv. 419 
Cuntrcds, the four, x. 251 
Canuc, Canvey, Island, vi. 395 
Canute, see Cnut 
Canvas, for windows, xvi. 48, 74 

Sack of, tenure of finding, xii. 28 

Inventory of, 16th century, xlviii. 133 

Use of, 15th century, 1. 507 
Canvey, sev Canue 
Canvilla, Gerard de, xxvii. 112 

Nicolas de, xxvii. 112 

Richard, vi. 117 
Canyng, William, ix. 258 
Canynge, Thomas, xxxvii. 338 

William, xxxv. 280, 287, 288 

William, junior, xxxv. 280, 291,292, 293, 294 
Caorcini, the, Italian merchants, x. 243 
Cap, see Costume 

To, meaning of, xxiv. 177 
Cap-case, xxv. 559 ; xxxvi. 292 
Cap, Mrs., xxxvii. 21 1 
Cape, Peter, xxviii. 194 
Capedo, Roman pottery, v. 287 
Capedunculae, meaning of, xxvi. 375 
C'apedines, meaning of, xxvi. 375 
Capel, Arthur lord, heart of, xv. 300 
Capcl Coolbryn, iv. 7, 8, 9, 14; v. 50 
Capel Kerrig, Roman building near, xvi. 133 
Capel, Sir Giles, iii. 194 

Giles, xxv. 369, 390 

Sir Henry, xii. 185 ; xliv. 395 






CAP-CAR 



135 



Capel continued 

Walter de, xxxix. 442 
Sir William, xxv. 369, 390 
William, earl of Essex, i. 113 (a) (6), 125 (c) 
Capella, William de, xxvii. 81 
Capelli, Vetorio, xviii. 88 
Capello, Carlo, xxix. 387 
Capercaly, a bird, iii. 72 
Capet, Hugh, xlv. 236 
Cape Town, South Africa, xxxiv. 232, 233 
Capgrave, John, v. 145 

Cap Heaton, Northumberland, iii. 184 ; xv. 393 
Capisten, ix. 166 

Capital burgesses of Malmesbury, 1. 430, 434 
Letters in Cyprus MSS., xlvii. :i 
Punishment in the Middle Ages, JOHN YnxtiK 

AKERMAN on, xxxviii. 54 
Trial in manor court, xxxii. 277 
Capitals of columns, xxxiii. 142 
Capite, tenants in, ii. 338 
Capo de Bove, xii. 119 

Capocii, Jacobus Johannes, and Vinia his wife, in- 
scription relating to, in church of S. Maria 
Maggiore, Rome, i. 34 () (I,), 37 (<) 
Capon, Mrs., i. xxvi (a) (i), xxvii (c) 

Robert, xii. 381 
Capon, a new year's gift, xv. 159 

Rent, xii. 30 
Caponett, a, xxv. 567 

Cappagh, Tyrone, iron pot found at, xxx. 552 
Cappe, John, xxxvii. 212 
Cappecase, see Cap-case 
Capper, Christopher, x. 89. 
Capricornus (caper), xxvi. 152 ; xlvii. 343, 353, 

358, 360 

Caprinns, nickname for Tiberius, ix. 73 
Capua, Italy, Etrnscan colony of, xxiii. 268 

Ferdinand, Prince of, xxxvii. 58 
Capnt Demetarium, v. 38 
Car, lands so called, xlvi. 378 
Carabine, see Arms 
Caracalla, Emperor, iv. 353 

Altar to, at Kumanovo, xlix. 154 
Baths of, xvii. 49, 55, 57, 59 



Caracalla continued 

Dedication to, found at Scupi, xlix. 120 
Portrait bust of, found at Rome, xlix. 410, 

421, 422 

Votive column to, at Kacanik, xlix. 72, 73 
Caracci, the, Agostino, Annibale, and Ludovico, 
drawings by, i. 132 (a) (1), 146 (r), 133 
(a) (6), 147 (c), 134 (a; (b), 14* (c), 13:, 
(a) (b), 149 (c) 
Caracks, xi. 178 
Caractacus, xvi. 110 

Camp of, xlvi. 458 
Curadoc, xvi. 110 
Carantopius, Pompeius, vi. 17 
Caranus,king of Macedonians, xiv. 15, 1!' 
Caratinus, a potter, vi. 124 
Carausius' Ditch, Lincoln, vi. 2(15 
Ciirausius, emperor, iv. SO ; .< aim Coins 
Caravan, a carriers' waggon, xx. 470 
Carbars, count, vi. 59 
Carbonic acid, a cause of decay in glass, xlvi. 

122 

Carbuncle, gem of, xlix. 22 
Carburi, count de, viii. 444 
Carcali, Spain, v. 11H 

Cardiff Rocks, Derbyshire, vi. Ill, 112; xii. 4* 
Cards, playing: 

Acorns, on, viii. 153 
Amoreux, 1', a figure on, viii. 172* 
Arabian, viii. 135 
Bateleur, le, a figure on, viii. 172* 
Hells on, viii. 153 

Saint Bernard preached against, viii. 15S 
Cavallo, a name for one, xv. 141 
Chalices on, viii. 154 
Chariot, le, a figure on, viii. 172* 
Charlemagne on, viii. 162 
Chaucer, not mentioned by, viii. 156 
Chinese, viii. 135 
Clergy, prohibited to the, viii. 158 
Court cards, coat cards, viii. 141, 150, 163 
Cover for a pack of Spanish, viii. 142 
Crusaders, said to have been introduced by, 
viii. 156 



136 



CAR 



Cards continued 

Death, a figure on, viii. 172* 
Diablo, le, a figure on, viii. 172* 
Edicts ;i!_r:tm-t. viii. 158 
Empretir. 1'. a figure on, viii. 172* 
Kmperatris, 1', a figure on, viii. 172* 
Krtnile, 1'. a figure on, viii. 172* 
Fol. le, a figure on. viii. 173* 
Force, u figure on. viii. 172* 
Games at, list of. viii. 1-14 
In Germany, viii. 13!) 
Not to IK- imported, viii. 137 
On thrir invention and introduction into 
England, liv KiciiAiui Cioctiii. viii. 

I :_' 

.liigcmcnt. le. a figure on cards, viii. 172* 

.lu-ticc. u figure on. viii. 172* 

King and ( t >iiecn, a game at, prohibited, viii 

H..1* 

K ini. r s represent David, Alexander. Caesar, 

and Charlemagne, viii. 1(52 
Lancelot on. viii. \t'>'2 
Lansquenet, a game at, origin of name. viii. 

KJ1 

Leaves on. viii. l.Vi 
Lime, la. a figure on, viii. 172* 
Maison Dien, la. a figure on, viii. 172* 
Menchiata, la, a game at, viii. 172* ; xv. 1-tO 
Monde, le. a figure on, viii. 172* 
Nuipes. Spanish name for, viii. 1(51, Ititi* 
Ogier on. viii. lt!2 
Pape. le. a figure on, viii. 172* 
Papesse, la. figure on. viii. 172* 
1'endre. le. a figure on, viii. 172* 
Playing at, viii. 133* ; xxv. 173, 551 ; xli. 

31 
Playing at for drink, 16th century, xxiii. 

33 
Playing, DAINES BAKKI.NUTOX on the antiquity 

of, viii. 134 

Playing, JOHN BOWLE ou, viii. 147 
Playing at theatres, viii. 141 
Post, a game at, viii. 170* 
Prime, a game at, viii. 170* 



C ards continued 

Primero, a game at, viii. 170* 

Roue de Fortune, a figure on, viii. 172* 

Solil, la, a figure on, viii. 172* 

In Spain, viii. 137 

Spanish, viii. 138 

With Spanish invasion on them, viii. 173* 

Stampide, a Venetian term for, viii. 174* 

Stoille, a figure on, viii. 172* 

The property of Dr. Stukeley, viii. 152 

Called tabellae and pagellae pictae, viii. 
153 

Temperance, a figure on, viii. 172* 

Unicorn on, viii. 155 

Varlet, the French' name for knave in, viii 

156 

Cardano, Girolamo, xxxviii. 99, 114, 115 
Cardeford, xxi. 4H(5 

Carden, Germany, Easter sepulchre at, xlii. 291 
Cardcn, Mr., xiv. 130 

Sir Thomas, xii. 387 
Cardenas, Signor, xxxvii. 232 
Cardens, George, xlii. 421, 448,455 
Cardiff, Wales, i. 2S9 (a), 291 (fe), 312 (r) ; ii. 4 

Burial custom at, ii. 13 

Burnt (1402), xx. 220 

Castle, Wales, iii. 114, 117; xiv. 142 

Robert duke of Normandy imprisoned 
at, iv. 135 

Mint at, xviii. 2 

Cardiganshire, Sir HKXHY ELLIS on office of ragler 
in, xxii. 330 

Hoarstones in, xxv. 59 
Cardinalcs ehori, xliii. 167 

Cardinals, officers of St. Paul's, London, xliii. 
166, 169, 178 

Not Roman, xliii. 167 

Seals of, 16th cent., 1. 118 

Kneeling, on Coventry tapestry, xlix. 251 
Cardmaker, prior Hugh, viii. 157 
Cardon, John, xxv. 125 
Cardonnel, M. de, xiv. 117 
Cardwell, Rev. Dr., xxxix. 277, 282, 304 
Cardyke, the, xiv. 274 






CAR 



137 



Careau, Monmouthshire, ii. 7 
Carebis, William, xxxi. 347 
Careliff Bocks, Derbyshire, xii. 48 
Carentan, France, font at, xxv. 164 
Carethorpe, manor of, xlvii. 180 
Caretius, a potter, vi. 124 
Carew castle, Pembrokeshire, iii. 113 
Carew family, memoir on, by John Anstis, men- 
tion of, i. xxviii (a), xxix (b), xxx (c) 
Mr., i. v (a) (b) (c) 
Sir Edmond, xxviii. 97 
Florence, xl. 444 

Sir Gawen, xxviii. 110, 111, 116, 120 
Sir George, iii. 265 ; xiii. 100 ; xxii. 175, 
187; xxviii. 106, 107, 110, 111, 115; 
xxxiv. 315, 322 ; xxxix. 147 
George, earl of Totness, xx. 4 
George, lord, i. xvii (a), xviii (b) (c) ; x. 

144 

John, xxviii. 98, 99 
Sir Nicholas, letter of Henry VIII. to, xvi. 

181 

Nicholas, iii. 194 ; xli. 254 
Sir Noel, xxxv. 377 
Sir Peter, xii. 401; xviii. 154; xxviii. 96 

151 ; xxxvii. 484 ; xxxviii. 102 
CAREW, REGINALD POLE, on antiquities discovered 

in Cornwall, xvi. 137, 138 
Sir Richard, indenture between and Henry 

VIII., xvi. 184 
Richard, i. viii (a) (I) (c), xiv (a) (b) (c) ; 

xxxi. 483 ; xxxiv. 155 
Thomas, lord, xxii. 388 
Sir William, xxviii. 97 
Carewe, Wymonde, xxv. 565, 568 
Carey, Sir John, xxxiv. 196 
Katherine, xvi. 280 
Lady Mary, xxxv. 347 
William, iii. 20 ; xvi. 280 
Carface, Thomas, x. 97 
Carfare, Thomas, x. 83 
CARFRAE, Rev. Dr., on coffins found at Dunbar, 

xiv. 279 
Carham, Scotland, sword found near, xlv. 256 



Carhampton, Somerset, church of, granted to 

Wells, 1. 358 

Carhampton, lord, motto of, xxxii. 70 
Carhayes, St. Michael, Cornwall, Agnus Dei at, 

xlvii. 170 

Carhill, Christopher, xxvii. 186 
Carine, Roman remains at, xlviii. 45, 46 
Carington, family of, xviii. 110 
Carisbroke castle, Isle of Wight, xxxii. 384 
Capital from, xvi. 361 
Well in, iv. 393 
Cariston, xxii. 170 
Cnrkek, Elizabeth, xxxviii. 119 
Carl, v. 206 
Carlbury, ix. 288 
Carleford, x. 227 
Carleford, John dc, xxvi. 321 
Carlele, family of, xxii. 16s, 170 
John, of York, will of, 1. Is2 
Carleon, see Caerleoii 
Ciirleton, Yorkshire, v. 190 

Carleton Rode, Norfolk, celts found at. xxxi. 194 
Carleton, Ambrose, xxii. 171 

Sir Dudley, xii. 123; xxxv. 211: xxxvii. 

487; xxxix. 16S; xl. 27!i 
Hector, xxv. 380 
John, xxxv. 344 

Thomas, xxii. 170, 171 ; xxxi. 116 
Carletun, vi. 42 
Carling Sunday, xv. 357 
Carlingford castle, Ireland, vi. 364 
Carlisle, Cumberland, i. 221) (a), 230 (/-J,25U (r) ; 
ix. 220; x. 138; xx. 160; xxii. 102; xxxi. 
280 

Bishop of, see Close, Nicholas ; Ireton, Ralph 

de; Littelton, Charles: Mauclere, Walter; 

Merks, Thomas ; Nicholson, William ; 

Whelpdale, Roger 

Bishop of, writ to on marriage of eldest 

daughter of Edward I., xv. 347 
Cathedral, xxv. 172 

Horns in, WILLIAM COLE on, v. 340 

CHARLES LITTELTOX on, iii. 22 
Font in, x. 192 
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Carl isl e con t in tied 

Cathedral, the Last Judgment in stained glass 

in, xxxvi. 385 

Deanery of, held by laymen, xxxviii. 108 
Earl of, see Hay, James ; Howard, Charles 

Frederick 

Foundation of bishopric of, xiii. 305 
Arms of the see of, x. 192 
Old, i. -229 (o), 230 (&), 250 (c) ; x. 137 
Roman coins found at, viii. 428 
Roman sculpture found at, x. 138, 139 
Scotch street, Roman altars found in, ix. 

220 

Socage tenure at, xxii. 1G3 
CAIU.IM.K, Sn; ANTHONY, xvii. 117 

On maces from Agra, xvi. 338 
On coins from tumuli in India, xxi. 1 
Christopher, .\.\.\iii. 278 
Family of, xxii. 170 
Lady, v. 43U 
.Mr., ix. 221 ; x. 138 
C.U:I.I.-I.K. NICHOLAS, xvi. 139, 171, 305 

( In the alien cell of Bcgare and of Haly- 
ucll upon Watling Street, xvi. 
32i) 
On Bagimont's tax roll of benefices in 

Scotland, xvii. 231 

On certificate of the marquis of Win- 
chester and the earl of Leicester 
concerning the hearse of ladv Kathe- 
rine Knowles, xvi. 279 
Carloman, viii. 14 
Carlos, Uon, portrait of, cut on a diamond, xlvii. 

404 

Carlos, E. J., exhibits drawings of paintings in 
Saint Mary's church, Guilford, Surrey, 
xxvii. 413 

Carlow, Ireland, ix. 278 ; xx. 36 
Carlton, ix. 281 

Barony of, iii. 297 
East, viii. 330 

Gardens, trees planted at, vii. 123 
Carlton - in - Lindrick church, Nottinghamshire, 
cross in, xlvii. 166 



Carlton-le-Moorland, Lincolnshire, xli. 366 
Carlton, Little, manor court of, lord fined in, 

1.382 
Carlton, Edward, xlv. 104, 105 

Mr., xlv. 96 

Thomas de, xxxi. 93 
Carltune, Durham, v. 198 

CARLYLE, ELLEN, on an inscription, on a Roman 
altar found at Caervoran, xxiv. 352 

JOSEPH DACRES, on Roman antiquities dis- 
covered in Cumberland, xi. 63 
Carme, meaning of, iii. 73 
Carmes, discalced, at Tongres, xiii. 272 
Carmey, Angel, vii. 179 
Carmarden, Richard, xxxiii. 227 
Carmarthen, see Caermarthen 
Carmillion, Alice, xxxix. 22, 39 
Cam, sec Cairn 
Carnaby, Yorkshire, Roman milestone at, xxvii. 

404 

Carnaby, Sir Reynold, xi. 434 
Carnac, Brittany, xxxv. 237, 238 

Account of a visit to, by ALEXANDER LOGAN, 
xxii. 190 

Bracelets found near, xxvii. 2 

Cross and stone at, xxv. 188 

Plan of monuments at, xxii. 194, 202 

View of, west of the lakes, xxv. 206 
Carnailly, John, xx. 425 ; xxii. 264 
Carnarvon, see Caernarvon 
Carn-bre, Cornwall, iii. 350 
Cam Braich y Dinas, THOMAS POWNALL on, iii. 

303, 350 

Cam Chluain, Ireland, ii. 34 
Carndochen, Wales, i. 280 (a), 282 (fc), 303 (c) 
Came, near Mullingar, early burial at, ii. 32 
Carneau, Jean, xliv. 296 
Carnedd, heap of stones,, i. 291 (o), 293 (6), 

314 (c) 

Carneddan, v. 34 

Carnelians, engraved, from Epitanrum, xlviii. 22 
Carnevali, Giuseppe, xxxviii. 189 ; xlv. 373 
Carnicke, John, xxxiv. 58 

Sir John, xxxiv. 59 






CAR 



139 



Carnilevaria, iii. 147 

Carnney Bach, Brecknockshire, vii. 209 

Carnonacae, the,, (Ptolemy), xlviii. 394 

Carnoth, John de, xxxiv. 35 

Carnovallia, Marquis, i. 135 (a) (6), 150 (c) 

Carol, beginning of, xxiii. 40 

Caroline, queen of George II., xlv. 315 

Car Oon, x. 58 

Carovagius, Bernhard, xxxiii. 303 

Carowe, Sir George, xxiii. 346 

Carpaccio, painting by, of St. George and the 

Dragon, xlix. 269 
Carpenter's Company, xxxi. 391 

Corporation of, xlvi. 30 

Wages, xi. 203 ; xviii. 285 
Carpenter, Adam le, xxxvii. 284 

Alfwine, xxxvi. 404 

Colonel, xxxi. 493 

Henry le, xxxvii. 294 

John, xxxvii. 207 

John, bishop of Worcester, xxix. 321 

Juliana, la, xxxvii. 274 

Mr., vii. 406 

Robert, xl. 397 

Roger le, xxxvii. 285 

William le, xxxvii. 291 

William Hookham, xxxix. 33 
Carpets, 16th century, xxii. 175 ; xlviii. 137 

Turkey, temp. Eliz., xxx. 2 
Carphilly, see Caerphilly 
Carpini, Johannes de Piano, ii. 232 
Carr, Edward, xxv. 437 

Miles, xiii. 268 

Mr., xiii. 261 

Robert, xii. 274 

Robert, earl of Somerset, xlv. 9 

Letters of Count Gondomar concerning, 
SAMUEL RAWSON GARDINER on, xli. 
151 
Letters from James I. to Sir George 

More respecting trial of, xviii. 352 
Papers concerning, xvii. 280 

Sir Rowland, xxv. 334 
Carrac, a sea- vessel, v. 274 



Carrack, The Great, notes on the capture of in 
1592, by WILLIAM RICHARD DRAKE, xxxiii. 
209 

Carra Drumrusk, font at, xxvii. 131, 133 
Carrawburgh, iii. 184 ; xlv. 361 
Carre, Mr., swan-mark of, xvi. 153 
Carriages, xx. 96 ; xxx. 5 

Engravings of, xx. 477 

Early use of, JAMKS MAKKLAND on, xx. 443 
Carrick, Scotland, ix. 49 ; xvii. 244 
Carrickfergns, Ireland, i. 96 (a) (/;), 107 (c), 103 

() (b), 115 (c); ix. 55; xxvii. 421 
Carriden, Linlithgowshire, xxx. 245 
Carrig-mean-Llvvyth, a cromlech, Wales, iii. 

116 

Carrigrohan castle, Ireland, xxxviii. 17U 
Carrigtohill, co. Cork, subterranean chambers at, 

xxiii. 79 
Carrington, F. A., xliv. 403 

S., xliii. 302 
Carry House camp, Northumberland, xlv. 35<>, 

357 

Carrys, carpet of, xxxvi. 2Si> 
Cars, low unenclosed land. iii. :}.'{(> 
Carscy, a kind of cloth, ix. 2.V) ; xxv. 472 
Carshalton, Surrey, ix. 104 
Cartar, Thomas, xli. 359 
Cartare, John le, xxxvii. 290 

Richard le, xxxvii. 29:2 

William le, xxxvii. 281 
CARTE, SAMUEL, on fonts, x. 208 

Thomas, iii. 423 
Carter, wages of, xviii. 285 
Carter, Edmund, xli. 361 

CARTER, JOHN, xiv. 276; xv. 405; xxxvi. 192, 447 
On sepulchral monuments found at 
Lincoln, xii. 107 

John Bonham, xxiii. 374 

Richard, xi. 245 

Thomas, vii. 417; xli. 354; xiii. 290 

William, xxxvi. 237 
Carteret, Sir Edward, xxxv. 341 

Sir Joshua de, xxxv. 341 

Philip, xv. 290 

T 2 



140 



CAR-CAS 



Carthage, temple of Aesculapius at, xv. 148 

Council of, xi. 321 

Excavations at, AUGCSTCS WOLLASTON FRANKS 
on, xxxviii. 202 

Inscriptions from, xxx. Ill; xxxviii. 207, 
209, 220 

Marble panel from, xxxviii. 235 

Ruins of, JOHN JACKSON on, xv. 145 

Walls of, xxxviii. 234 
Carthaginian language, xvi. 119 

Pot-try, xiv. 200 
Cartln'ni, .lean dc. xxxi. 414 
Cart hew. George Alfred, xli. 51 
Carthusian monasteries in England, list of, xiii. 
255 

In Somersetshire, 1. 360 

Onler, the. xliii. 94 ; 1. 3l2 
Carthusianns, Dionysius, xxxi. 414 
Carticoni, Mons., xlii. 1(12 
('artier, Jacques, xxxviii. 44t! 
Cartiglia. an Italian name for castles, xv. 141 
Cartisiiiandua, queen (if the lirigantes, ix. 27(3 
Cartmel. Lancashire, iv. 2S 

Rocking-stone at, ix. 215 
Cartridges, ( Arms 
Cartwright's, a, wages, xi. 2U9 
CAHTWUKJIIT, Ei>ii'xi>, cm plate commemorating 
Cieoffrey, bishop of Chiehester, xxiii. 419 

John, .x.xix. 393; xl. 122 

Richard, xli. _>."(> 
Cartwryt, Thomas, xliii. 207 
Carnage, definition of, xlvii. 127, 129 
Carucate, the, xxxiii. 272 

In Rothley manor, xlvii. 91, 98 
Cams, inscription to, found at Ramesiana, xlix. 163 
Carvalhaes, Pedro de, xliv. 249 
Carvalho, Francisco, xxxii. 49 
Carvcll, captain, xxx. 161, 167 
Carver, John, xlii. 276 
Carving at table by women, xxvii. 340 

Masters, xxvii. 340 

Enjoined as a monastic duty, xlvii. 61 
Carvings, Central American, xxv. 570 
Carvis cakes, xvii. 142 



Carye, Mr., xii. 378 
Gary, Clementia, xiii. 269 

George, lord Hunsdon, xxxi. 173 

Sir George, instructions of, for guarding 
against the French fleet, xiii. 100 

George, earl of Totnes, life of, xii. 401 

Henry, lord Hunsdon, xxxviii. 400 

John, xxxii. 441 

Katherine, xxxviii. 400 

Sir Robert, xv. 7 

Robert, xviii. 184 

Thomas, xl. 389 
Caryl, lady Mary, xiii. 271 
Casalc, or Casellum, meaning of, xxi. 414 
Casa, Franciscus, xxxiii. 86 
Casalecchio, xlii. 120 
Casaubon, Meric, i. xxii (a) (b), xxiv (c) 
Cascabells, xxx. 142 
Case, captain, xxx. 169 

Casel Crendi, Malta, excavations at, xxix. 227 
Cashel, Ireland, vii. 99; xxxviii. 164 

Chapel of Cormac Mac Carthy at, xxxviii. 157 

Sepulchral effigy at, xxxi. 269 
Cashmere, drawings of buildings in, xxxii. 442 
Casilinum, in Campania, xxxv. 219 
Casiri, Michael, vii. 15 
Casks, Roman, xxxiv. 25 
Cask-staves, xvi. 42, 65, 68 
Casket, bronze, xxxii. 396 

Ivory, xxxii. 446 
Casley, David, xxvi. 104 
Caspins, xviii. 304 

Cassali, cavalier, i. 137 (a) (6), 152 (c) 
Cassalis, Paulns de, xvi. 181 

Cassibellanus, Cassivellaunus, i. 183 (a), 184 (b), 
203 (c), 186 (a), 187 (6), 206 (c), 187 (a), 
188 (6), 207 (c), 189 (a), 190 (fc), 209 (c) ; 
xv. 182 ; xl. 57, 64 

Territories of, ii. 136, 155, 168 
Cassida, a shell-fish that furnished purple dye, iii. 

340 

Cassii, ii. 166 ; xv. 180, 181 
Cassiobury, Herts, i. 189 (a), 190 (6), 209 (c) ; 
xv. 301 






CAS 



141 



Cassius, iv. 11 

Abiletus, xxvii. 218 
Gassy, John, xx. 204 
Cast of bread, xxxv. 473 
Castagno, Andrea del, xviii. 194 
Castel, a mare, iv. 162 
Castel, John, xxxii. 401 
Castel Gandolfo, xlii. 117 ; xlv. 375 
Castell, Mr., xliii. 239 
Castellana, Civita, xliii. 44, 261 
Castello, Bartholomew de, xxvii. 81 

Peter de, xxxv. 494 
Castelneuf, Bernart de, xxxi. 506 

Pierre de, xxxi. 504 
Castelyn, Edward, xxxvii. 481 
Caster, James, xii. 373 
Castiglione, see Arms 

Castiglione, family of, SIR GEORGE BOWYEK on, 
xxxii. 368 

Branda, xxxii. 369 

Christofer, xxxii. 369 

Franchino, xxxii. 369 

George, xxxii. 369 

Guarniero, xxxii. 369 

John, xxxii. 369 

Peter, xxx. 371 

Rinaldo, xxxii. 369 

Castile, Charles, prince of, account of espousals 
with Mary Tudor, daughter of Henry VII., 
xviii. 33 

John, king of, campaign against, xlvi. 305 
Castilianos, Michael de, xxxiii. 206 
Castilio, Pedro, xxii. 180 
Castillion, Baldazar, xxxii. 368 

Baptist, xxxii. 371 

Dr., xxiv. 142 

Douglas, xxxii. 371 

Family, xxxii. 368 

Sir Francis, xxxii. 371 

Gauter de, prisoner at Poitiers, i. 214 (a), 
215 (6), 235 (c) 

John, xxxii. 371 

John Baptist, xxxii. 371 

Mary, xxxii. 371 



Castinets, used by Egyptians, iv. 237 

Casting bottles, xv. 275, 278, 281 ; xvi. 293 ; 

xlii. 353 

Castle Acre, Norfolk, viii. 324 ; xii. 135 ; xiv. 5 
Gundrada do Warren died at, iv. 12'2 
Roman camp at, xxiii. 371 
Priory, encaustic pavement at, xxxi. 437 
Castle-au-Dinas, Cornwall, xxii. 303 
Castle Banks, Galway, xxxviii. 175 
Bytham, xxxvii. 110 
Camps, xiv. 62 

Tarrock, pit-dwellings at, xlv. 367 
Cary, Scotland, centurial stone at, xlii. 155 

Vault containing wheat found, iii. 123 
Coll-Ihvyn, xvii. IG'.t, 171 
Chun, Cornwall, xiv. 227 
Croft, Lancashire, i. 7u (), 71 (/,). 7H (c), 

72 (), 73 (I), SI (c) 
Dean, Yorkshire, ii. .'!"7 
Dikes, Derbyshire, x. 1:59 
Devonshire, xix. 312 
Northamptonshire, ix. 139 
Dm-, Cornwall, xiii. 217 
Eden, Durham, xv. 402 
Finlay, Scotland, vitrified fort at, x. 147 
Goodrich, manor of, xxi. 205 
Gower, vitrified fort at, x. 148 
Guard service, xii. 140 
Guard silver, xii. 28 
Castlehaven, countess, see Tuchet, Elizabeth 

Earl, .ee Tuchet, Mervin 
Castle Hcdingham, Essex, xiv. (32 
Horneck, Cornwall, iii. 282 
Howard, Yorkshire, vi. 53 

Roman bronze vessels from, xii. 324 
Mabuse at, xlix. 292 
Castlemadoc, Wales, i. 301 (a), 303 (i), 324 (c) ; 

iv. 5, 6 

Castlemain, lady, xxvii. 45 

Castle Morton church, Worcestershire, represen- 
tation of Agnus Dei in, xlvii. 170 
Ring, an earthwork, Derbyshire, vi. 113 
Rising, Norfolk, xiv. 5 ; 'xxiii. 360 ; xxxv. 
453 



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Castle Rising continued 

Capital at, xii. 169 

Church, xvi. 301 
Castle, John, xxv. 488 

R., shipbuilder, xi. 180 
Castles, EDWAKD KING on, iv. 364 ; vi. 231 

Captains of (1606), xv. 84 

Not mentioned in Domesday, viii. 226 

And fortified places in 1606, list of, xv. 84 

Belonging to the duke of Lancaster, temp. 
Richard II., xx. 62 

Roman, construction of, xli. 429, 438, 441 
Castleslmw. Yorkshire, i. 6:5 (a) (ft), 70 (c), 216 
(</), 1'17 (I), 238 (c); iii. 237 

Roman station ut, i. 215 (a), 216 (/>), 236 (c) 
CastK-steads. Cumberland, ix. 220, 223; x. 105, 
lilt; xi. 63 

Roman altar at, xi. 65 

Castlethorpe, Buckinghamshire, xxxv. 395 
Castleton. Derbyshire, vi. 234, 247; x. 29 
Castleton, Monmouthshire, ii. 8 
Castleton, William, xv. 312; xxv. 482 
Cast Icy, T., xx viii. 461 
C'astor, sec Costume 
Castor, Northants, church of, xvii. 27, 28 

Tympanum in, xlvii. 173 
Castor and Pollux, xlvii. 357 
Castor, saint, xxx. 118 
Cat, meaning of the word, i. 274 (a), 276 (/<), 

296 (c) 
Cat, the, iv. 223 

Hunting, pictures of, x. 164 

Killed by a Roman soldier, tumult in Egypt 
concerning, iv. 247 

Sculpture of a, viii. 176 

On seal, xxi. 2] 3 

The wild, in Britain, x. 164 
Catalan language, v. 270 

Settlement at Pera, xxi. 366 
Cataldus, saint, buried at Taranto, 1. 417 
Catana, Sicily, bath at, xvii. 55 
Cataphractes, see Arms 
Catapult, fee Arms 
Cataracta, sec Arms 



Cataractonium, vi. 46 ; ix. 290 
JOHN CADE on, ix. 276 ; x. 54 
Site of, xlvii. 182 

Catchpoll, origin of word, xxii. 419 
Caten', Richard, bishop of, suffragan of Exeter, 

xviii. 415 

Catenarian arches, ix. 40 

Catesby, Northants, viii. 236 ; xi. 136 ; xliii. 202 
Catesby, John, xxxviii. 278 

Robert, Gunpowder conspirator, xii. 197 ; xv. 
139 ; xxviii. 421 ; xxix. 81, 85, 86, 89 ; 
xxx. 78 

Sir William, i. 382 (a), 386 (i), 410 (c) ; xxix. 
86 
Star Chamber proceedings against, xxx. 

64, 78 
William, i. 374 (a), 376 (b), 401 (c) ; xxviii. 

460; xxix. 134 

Catgut, used for watches, xxxiii. 305 
Cathari, sect of the, ix. 295 ; 1. 306 
Cathay, emperor of, queen Elizabeth's letter to, 

xxix. 391 
Sir Martin Frobisher's instructions when 

going to, xviii. 287 
Cathedrae in churches, xl. 215 
Cathedral churches, marriage not performed in, 

xi. 133 

Windows in, notes on glass of, xlvi. 73, 118, 
119, 124, 135, 136, 137, 138, 139, 149, 153 
Architecture of, xlvii. 41 
Catherine, see Katherine 
Catherington House, Hants, glass bead from, xlv. 

308 

Catherlogh, Ireland, ix. 278 ; xii. 402 
Catherwood, Mr., ii. 36 
Cathoir More, king in Ireland, ii. 35 
Catholic, Most, title of kings of Spain, xxxvii. 

61 

Catieuchlani, the, xv. 181 ; xxvii. 97 
Catigern, iv. 112 

Stone circle ascribed to, ii. 107 
Catill, xlv. 247 
Catillon, see Le Catillon 
Catioroc, Guernsey, stones at, xvii. 256 









CAT-CAV 



143 



Catlik, old name for Catterick, xlvii. 185 

Catmoss, Yorks, ii. 363 

Cato, proverbs o, in English verse, notice of, xxx. 

528 

Caton, Thomas, xxv. 490 
Gator, office of, xiii. 339 
Catour, John, xviii. 198 

Roger, vi. 197 
Catrie, the, xv. 82 
Catsfield,. Sussex, Easter sepulchre at, xlii. 

296 

Cat stones, Derbyshire, vi. 113 
Catsworth, John, xxxiii. 98 
Catterdale, Yorks, sword from, A. \V. FRANKS 

on, xlv. 251 
Catterick, Yorks, i. 224 (a), 225 (/,), 24G (<) ; 

vii. 76 ; ix. 280, 290 ; x. 55, 57 ; xv. 392 
Bridge, contract for building, xlvii. 179, 182' 

188 

Church, contract for erection of, xlvii. 187 
See Cataractonium 
Catteshull, xxxvi. 305 
Cattle marks, xxxvii. 385 

Rules for keeping in Scotter manor, Lincoln- 
shire, xlvi. 379, 383 

Troughs, of Roman sarcophagi, xlix. 102 
Rights of property in, Ireland, 1. 211 
Diseased, selling of, in Ay lesbury manor,!. 101 
Orders of manor court against, 1. 372, 

379, 380, 382 
Cattley, Mrs., xxxiv. 49 
Cattlyn, John, xxvii. 172 

Richard, xxvii. 172 
Catton, Norfolk, steelyard weight from, xxv. 

589 

Catton, Richard, xxv. 566 
Catullus, mentions horse-shoes, iii. 36 
Caucasus, xviii. 304 
Caudewell, lands held in, xlvii. 116 
Caul, xi. 94 

A spider's web, xxvii. 33 
Cauldbeck, xxii. 164 

Cauldron, bronze, from Swiss grave-mound, xlvii. 
136 



CAULDWKLL, RA^PH, communication of MS. on 
descent of titles of honour through women, 
by Sayntlow Kniveton, iii. 285 
Thomas, xv. 8. 
Caulfield, Richard, xliv. 483 
Caulke, xiii. 290 

Caumont, Mons. de, xxv. 179, 185 
Caune, Richard de, xxxvii. 435 
Caunos, island of, vi. 394 
Caunton, Thomas, iii. 298 
Cauntrell, Ralph, xxv. 457 
Caursini, the, Italian merchants, x. 243 ; xxviii. 

213 

Caus, Mons. de, xv. 17 
Causennis, x. 379 
Causon, Thomas, xxv. 531 
Caussinus, N., iv. 221 
Caustell, Luke, xii. 373 
Caustelor, Robert, xxv. 556 
Causton, Thomas, xxv. 493, 540 
Cant, Laurence, xliv. 414, 416 
C'aux, John de, iv. 34 
Cavaan, Mons., iii. 194 
Cavallini, Pietro, i. 35 () (/<), :is (,) : xxi.x. 

187 
Monumental inscription to, i. :ih (a) (I*), 

41 ( C ) 

Said to have made the shrine of Saint 
Edward the Confessor in Westminster 
abbey, x. 153 
Cavallo, Italian name of one of the cards in the 

game of minchiate, xv. 141 
Cavalnpo, ancient vases found at, xxiii. 2(jo 
Cavarley, Sir Hugh, xxii. 279 
Cave, South, Yorkshire, figure of All Hallows at, 

xlvii. 483 

Cave, Ambrose, xlvii. 89 
Edward, xix. 76, 78 
Johanna, xl. 444 
Sir John, xiii. 116 
Peter, epitaph of, x. 216 
Sir Richard, xxxvii. 210 
Thomas, x. 216 
Cave's Inn, Warwickshire, xix. 76 



144 



CAV-CEC 



Cave habitations at San Juan, pottery from, 
xlvii. 159 

Dwellers, modern, in Bosnia, xlviii. 57 

Granaries in Ardea, xlix. 173 

Inhabited by mythological serpent, xlviii. 18 

In Bnddhist fortifications, xlix. 173 
Caves of Mithras, xlvii. 204 
Cavendish, Suffolk, manor of, ii. 327 

Manor and family of, THOMAS RI'GGLES on, 
xi. SO 

Seal found at, xxviii. 461 

Overhall, view of, xi. 50, GO 
Cavendish, Alice, xi. 54, 62 

Andrew, xi. 55, 62 

Charles, xi. 52 

Elizabeth, xxxiv. 43(5 

George, xi. 52, 59, 62 

George, lord. v. 106 

Henry, xi. 52; xxxiv. 4.'i6 

Sir John, xi. 5.'!, 62 

.lohr, xi. 52, 54, 62 

Margaret, xi. 55 

Martin, xi. 52 

Mr., xviii. 15.'} 

Ualph. xi. 52. 60 

Hichard, iii. 5 ; xi. 52 

Robert, xi. 52, 57. 62 

Hose. xi. 55, 62 

Stephen, xi. 52 

Thomas, xi. 52, 57, 59, 62; xv. 402; xxxiii. 
227 ; xxxix. 25 

Walter, xi. 62 

Sir William, xxxii. 74, 81 ; xxxiv. 436 

William, xi. 52; xliii. 201, 206 
Caversham house, Berkshire, xxvi. 381 

Our Lady of, xxvii. 72 
Caverston, ix. 283 
Caviarie, xiii. 370 

Cavtat, Slavonic name for Ragusa Vecchia, 
xlviii. 4 

Name applied to Epitaurnm, xlviii. 42 
Cawarden, Sir Thomas, xviii. 131, 317, 324, 325, 
328 ; xxix.187 ; xxxvi. 34, 287 ; xxxix. 10 
Cawarsini, the, Italian merchants, x. 243 



Cawfield, captain, xxxiv. 344 
Cawford, Henry, xxxv. 424 
Cawhaden, Pembrokeshire, xliii. 135 
Cawod, John, xxx. 149 
Cawston, Norfolk, charity box at, xx. 533 
Cawston, Thomas, x. 273 ; xxv. 418, 437 

William, xxv. 470 
Cawstone, John, xxv. 423 
Cawton, Thomas, xlv. 90, 94, 96 
Caxton, William, iv. 29, 31, 36; viii. 248; xi. 

269, 406, 409 ; xxxiv. 426 
Two unknown tracts from his press, JOHN 

WINTKU JONKS on, xxxi. 412 
Aurea Legenda of, figure of St. George in the, 

xlix. 258 

Cayent, battle of, vii. 48 
Cayle, Walter de, xxxix. 442 
Caylus d'Aveyron, church and houses at, xxxvi. 

319 
Caylus, Comte de, i. 239 (a), 240 (b), 261 (c) ; 

iii. 167; v. 70,116 
Caytan, Mons., xxv. 401 
Caywood, John, x. 89, 90 
Cazzage, a tax, xxx. 231 
Ceadwalla, i. 225 (a), 226 (b), 246 (c) ; xxxvii. 

115, 260 
Ceaiius, v. 376 
Ceangus, v. 376 
Ceannehora, Ireland, vii. 99 
Ceaulin, king of West Saxons, xix. 165 ; xxxii. 

248, 251 

Ceavaval, Mr., i. 356 (a), 358 (6), 383 (c) 
Cecil, Edward, viscount Wimbledon, x. 445 

Disbursements by for the Elector and 

Electress Palatine (1613), xxxv. 1 
Lady, i. 358 (a), 360 (b), 385 (c) 
Richard, xxxvi. 21 
Sir Robert, xii. 242, 402 ; xxxiii. 212, 215,241; 

xxxiv. 164, 341 ; xxxv. 214 
Robert, earl of Salisbury, xiv. 32 ; xv. 130, 132 
Sir Thomas, i. 358 (a), 360 (b), 385 (c) 
William, earl of Salisbury, letter of, to 
colonel Robert Hammond, xix. 155 
To corporation of Lynn Regis, xxiv.328 






CEC-CEL 



145 



Cecil continued 

William, Lord Burleigh, i. xx (a), xxi (b), 
xx (c) ; xxi. 548 ; xxiv. 325 ; xxx. 494, 
495 ; xxxiii. 280 ; xxxviii. 106, 315 
Letter of, xxxiv. 153 
Letter to, from Sir Thomas Stan- 
hope, xxxi. 212 

Cecilia, abbess of Caen, xxxii. 119 
Cecrops, i. 240 (a), 242 (6), 263 (c) 
Cedd, bishop, in East Anglia, xli. 446 
Ceddanleage, xxxvi. 124 
Ceddre, see Cheddar 
Cedron, the, xliv. 36 
Ceiler, tester of a bed, xxxviii. 364 
Celaenae, iv. 341 ; xviii. 303 
Celatus, xiv. 274 
Celca, xi. 362 

Celestine IV., pope, xxxii. 369 
Celidony, a herb, xxx. 369 
Cella, see Arms 

Cellc-en-Brie, English convent at, xiii. 265 
Celley, Nicholas, xii. 361 

Cellini, Benvenuto, the Perseus of, i. 124 (n) (1>~), 
137 (c) 

Seals ascribed to, 1. 118, 122, 123, 126 
Celnius, river (Ptolemy), xlviii. 386 
Celsimis, family of, iv. 174 
Celsus, iv. 259 
Celtic art in gem engraving, xlix. 21 

Barrows at Blox worth Down, xlviii. 118 

Civilisation in Britain, xlviii. 228, 235 

Coinage, features of, xlix. 21 

Church in Wilts, 1. 424 

Devices and marks on stone, xlviii. 299 

Glass, xlvi. 72, 84, 89, 100 

Inhabitants of Britain, xlviii. 119 

Language, i. 235 (a), 237 (6), 257 (c) ; ii. 
62,64 

Name termination of domenus, xlix. 45 

Ornamental design, xlvii. 473 

Objects found in Belbury camp, xlviii. 119 

Race, ii. 241 ; xvi. 96 

Rain-god cult, xlix. 108 

Strongholds in Wilts, 1. 421 



Celtic art continued 
Tools, xxviii. 418 
Weapons, xxxiv. 171 
Celts : 

MICHAEL LOUT on, v. 106 

RiciiAuii PAYXE KNIGHT on, xvii. 220 

Wrapped in linen, v. 108 

Like an ox's head, v. 117 

With shaft, xviii. 222 ; xliii. 4<7 

Not found in south-eastern provinces of 

Roman Empire, xvii. 221 
Comparison of those of old world and new 

world, xlvii. l"i~ 
Celts of Hint and stone : 
With handle, xliii. 40 7 
From Cornwall, v. lls 
From Derbyshire, xii. 2 
From Khensidc Tarn. Cumberland, xliv. 2*1. 

2*2, 2*3 

From Flint, fialloway, x. 1-7*, 1*1 
From Farnham, SulTolk. xxxii. 12.'! 
From Franee. x.xxii. 4OO 
From Fiirness, Lancashire, xxxi. 452 
From Gospel Hillock, Derbyshire, xliii. 

407 

From Hampshire, xvii. 222 
From Hartlip, Kent, x.xviii. tl:! 
From Italy, xvii. 222 
From Jamaica, xvii. 222 
From Lewes, Sussex, xxix. .'!72 
From Liffs Low. Derbyshire, xliii. 4u7 
From Oldbury, Warwickshire, v. 11* 
From Orkney, v. 118 

From Redewater, Northumberland, xlv. 371 
From Seamer, Yorkshire, xliii. 407 
From Sliabh Croobh, county Down, vii. 91 
From the Sol way, vii. 414, 416 
From Stow Market, Suffolk, xvi. 353, 361 
From Upton Lor el, Wilts, xv. 124 
From Woodburn, Northumberland, xlv. 370 
Celts, bronze, v. 93 

From Alnwick Castle, v. 113 

From Ambleside, Westmoreland, v. 115 

From Anglesey, v. 116 

TJ 



146 



CEL-CEN 



Celts continued 

From Arrcton Down, Isle of Wight, v. 113; 

xxxvi. 329 ; xliii. 444 

From Isle of Axholme, Lincolnshire, v. 117 
From Baddow Hall Common, Essex, ix. 378 
From Blakelow, Derbyshire, ix. 85 
From Boston, Lincolnshire, xix. 102, 104 
From Bramham Moor, Yorkshire, v. 107 
From The Brill, Buckinghamshire, v. 116 
From Brouph, Yorkshire, v. Ill 
From C'ahurn, Sussex, xlvi. 425, 434 
From C'arlton Hode, Norfolk, xxxi. 494 
From Cerney. South Gloucestershire, x. 132 
From Chipclia.se, Northumberland, xlv. 371 
From Cornwall, xlix. Isl 
From Cranmore, Berkshire, v. 117 
From Cunningley, Yorkshire, v. lls 
From Danbury, Essex, v. 1 1C, 
From Karsley, Yorkshire, v. 114 
From Eastbourne, Sussex, xvi. 3(>.'i 
From Fiir\vny. Devonshire, xliii. 41-7 
From Fitield, F.ssex, v. lit! 
From Flintshire, viii. 45( 
From Fornhatn, Suffolk, xxxii. 42.'i 
From Glnngwenny, Carnarvonshire. \ii.4I7 
From Gleaston Castle. Laneasliire, v. llK'i 
From Haekfor.1 Hull. Norfolk, v. 1 1C, 
From Hagbourn Hill, Berkshire, xvi. 34s 
From Helsdon Hall, Norfolk, v. 11C. 
F'rom Heivulaneum, v. 112, 117 
From Hesselskew. Yorkshire, xliii. 440 
From Hinton. Hampshire, v. 11. "> 
From Hollingbury castle, Sussex, xxix. 372 
From Holyhead, Anglesey, xxvi. 4S3 
From Horstcad. Norfolk, xxii. 422 
From Huckeridge Hill, Cambridgeshire, 

xviii. 342 

From Ireland, vii. 321 ; ix. 84 
From Jersey, xi. 425, 431 
From Judenburg, Styria, xxxvi. 354, 356 
From Keren Hir Vynndd, Brecknockshire, 

iv. 24; v. 116 

From Ledbrook, Flintshire, v. 118 
From Lanant, Cornwall, xv. 118 



Celts continued 



From Lyss, Hampshire, xxxvi. 330 

From Man, Isle of, v. Ill 

From near Manchester, v. Ill 

From Mattrey, Austria, xxxii. 409 

From Mawgan, Cornwall, xvii. 337 

From Meon Hill, Gloucestershire, v. 118 

From Montgomeryshire, viii. 450 

From Moot Law, Derbyshire, xliii. 445 

From New Forest, Hants, v. 114 

From Normanton, Wiltshire, xliii. 444 

From Osmond- thick, Yorkshire, v. 114 

From near Paris, v. 117 

From Postlingford, Suffolk, xxxi. 497 

From Purbeck, Isle of, Dorset, v. 117 

From Qnantock Hills, Somersetshire, xiv. 94 

From Radkersberg, Styria, xxxvi. 350, 357 

From Reephnm, Norfolk, v. 114 

From St. Hilary, Cornwall, xv. 120 

From Shropshire, xxvi. 464 

From Shuttlestone, Derbyshire, xliii. 445 

From Spain, v. 118 

F'rom Stonehcnge, Wilts, v. 115 

From Stretton, Staffordshire, v. 113 

From Tadcastcr, Yorkshire, xvi. 362 

From the Thames, xxx. 491 

From Tintot Top, Clydesdale, v. 113 

From Tipperary, v. 117 

From Westminster bridge, v. 112 

From Wilburton Fen, Cambridgeshire, xlviii. 

107, 108 

From Wilcot, Salop, xxvi. 465 
From Wilsford, Wiltshire, xliii. 447 
From Wotton, Surrey, ix. 99 
Moulds for, v. 109 ; xvii. 222 ; xxviii. 419 ; 

xliii. 443 

From Anstey, Dorsetshire, xxvii. 451 
From Brough, Yorkshire, v. Ill 
From Eaton, Norfolk, xxii. 424 

Celydhon, xvi. 106, 107, 109 

Cement, from Babylon, account of, xiv. 58 

Cena, xiv. 178 

Cenae Pontificum, probable site of, at Rome, 1. 240 

Cenimagni, the, xii. 132 ; xv. 180, 181 



CEN-CHA 



147 



Cenion, river (Ptolemy), xlviii. 391 

Cenis, Mount, 1. 301, 302 

Cenred, king of North nmbria, xxv. 286 

Censer, lid of, at Ashbury church, Berks, xv. 402 

Censers belonging to St. Paul's, London (1245), 

1.443 

Cent, a game, xix. 297 
Centaur, on ancient vases, xxiii. 160, 185, 207 

Chess knight like a, xi. 405 
Centaurus, the constellation of, xxvi. 156 
Centenarian, Taylor, John, i. 230 (a), 231 (/,), 

252 (c) 

Centioner, xiii. 100 
Centory, a herb, xxx. 367, 427 
Centurial stones, xlii. 148 

HKXRY CHARLKS COOTI: on, \\iv. --'> 
Centuries, in corporation of Malmesbury, 1. 427 
Centurions, chess rooks so called, xxiv. 241 
Cenwealh, king of Wessex, charter of, xxxv. 271 
Ceolnoth, archbishop of Canterbury, v. .'573 ; xix. 

110 

Ceorles hlawe, xxxv. 273 
Ceorstan, viii. 107 
Cephalonia, discoveries in, xxxiii. 37, 38 

Greek inscription in, xxxiii. 3!) 
Cera, see Cerecloth 

Cera circa corpus, i.e. wax lights, iii. 409 
Ceraunia, thunder-bolts, stone axes thought to 

be, ii. 118 
Cercle Noir de Florence, the company of, xxviii. 

221 
Blanc de Florence, the company of, xxviii. 

221 
Cerecloth, iii. 381, 400,401, 402; xvi. 7; xxxiv. 408 

Round body of Edward I. renewed, iii. 275 
Ceres, ii. 6 ; vi. 2, 11 ; xxii. 57 
Cerda, Charles de la, xxxi. 507 
Cerde, church and manor of, 1. 354 
Cerne, Philip de, xxxix. 442 
Cernel, viii. 237 
Cerney, South, Gloucestershire, sedilia at, x. 297 

Celt from, x. 132 

Cerneye, John de, xxxvii. 273, 274 
Roger de, xxxvii. 273, 274 



Cerouen, Thomas de, xxxix. 442 

Cervantes, Miquel de, baptismal register of, viii 

68 

Rodrigo de, viii. 68 
Saavedi-a, Bins de, viii. 68 
Cerveliere, see Arms 
Cervetri, xli. 188 

Bronze objects from, xlii. 487 
Cervula, xv. 225, 22S 
Cesarini family, palace of, in Ardea. xlix. 

174 

Julian, xlix. 372 
Ceselli, Luigi. xlii. 103 

Cessolis, Jacobus <k>, xi. 4u7, 4U!> ; xxiv. 22! 
Cesson, France, gold collar from, xxxix. 5(i7 
Cestersover, ancient burial-place at, xxxvii. 47' ' -. 

xlviii. 337 

Cetcham, . Chat ham 
Cevennes, the, St. Mai-tin's rain-dropping staff 

in. ii. 47 

Cevyii liryn. South Wales, xxiii. \->> 
Ceylon, hook-nioncv from, xxix. t i7 
Custom of inheritance, in. 1. 2' >S 
Chabham, Alice de, viii. 415 

William de, viii. 415 
Chaceporc, Peter, xxviii. 265; xlv. Is.") 
Chadham, iii. 24 
Cliadwell, Michael, xxxviii. >-2 
Chadwick, Charles, xii. 218 
H. M., xxv. 595 
William, iii. 368 
CiiAFFKiis, "WILLIAM, on a bronze figure of an 

archer found in Cheapside, xxx. 543 
On barrows near Woodyates Inn, Dorset- 
shire, xxx. 547 
On a coffin lid found in Smithtield, xxx. 

548 

On antiquities found at Xismes, xxxiv. 68 
Chafford, barony of, xlvi. 249 
Chaffour, Sir Henry, xxii. 396 
Chaffron, see Arms 
Chafron of brass, xxi. 261 

Chain, bronze, from Hagbourn Hill, Berks, xvi. 
348 

u 2 



148 



CHA 



Chain, bronze, from Belbury camp, Dorset, xlviii. 
117 

Gold, from Ithaca, xxxiii. 40, 47, 54 
From Southflcet, Kent, xiv. 38 
Chain mail, cr Arms 
Chain pump, xi. 166 
Chair, curule, xxvi. 315 
Double, xxxvi. 448 
Folding, iron and bronze, from Bartlow, 

Essex, xxvi. 304, 315 
St. Peter's, xl. 215 
Stone, at Tulloghoge, xx. 244 
('hail's, at Copenhagen, xliv. 163 

Belonging to St. Paul's, London, 1. 447, 

474 
Episcopal, xl. 215 

CHAKI.KS CI.AHKI: on, xi. 317 
Of chessmen found in the Isle of Lewis, 

xxiv. 214, 236 

Of ivory, at Havenna, xlv. 426 
Chalcedon, suffragan bishop of, vii. 365 
Chalcis, famous for its cocks, iii. 141 
Chaldean unit of time, xlvii. 467 
C'haldon, Surrey, wall paintings at, xlix. 208 
Chaldwell farm, Essex, xiv. 69 
Chalgrove church, Oxfordshire, mural paintings 

in, xxxviii. 4.'51 

Chali, used for making glass, xlvi. 1(13 
Chalice, hallowing, xxxvi 232 
Early, xlii. 412 
Made in 1570, xli. 364 
On cards, viii. 154 

Pewter, found at Old Sarutn, xxxvi. 183 
Tenure by, xvii. 316 
Wicker case for, xxxiv. 54 
See also Plate, gold and silver 
Chalk, xxiii. 8 

Carving of head of, from Ctesar's camp, 

Folkestone, xlvii. 458, 462 
Cnp or lamp made of, xlv. 341 
Dish or mould of, from Caesar's camp, 

Folkestone, xlvii. 442, 459 
Font of, found at Caesar's camp, Folkestone, 
xlvii. 457, 462, 464 



Chalk, in what parts of England found, v. 42 

Used as manure by the Romans, v. 43 
Chalk church, Kent, CHARLES CLARKE on, xi. 317 
Bell inscription in, xi. 369 

Carving on porch of, xii. 10 

Rood at, xi. 368 

Sedilia and piscina' in, xi. 343 
Chalker, Frederick, xl. 257 

CHALMERS, GEORGE, on late continuance of torture 
in Great Britain, x. 143 

On ancient burying-ground at Dunbar, xiv. 
279 

On documents supposed to be supposititious 

in Selden's Titles of Honour, xix. 241 
CHALMERS, PATRICK, on masons' marks in Scot- 
land, xxxiv. 33 

On seal of chapter of Holy Trinity, Brechin, 

xxxv. 487 

Chalon, John de, xxviii. 181 
Chaloner, Dorothy, xxxvi. 406 

Francis, xxxvi. 407 

Isabel, xxxvi. 407 

Joan, xxxvi. 408 

John, xxxvi. 407 

Roger, xxxvi. 406 

Sir Thomas, xii. 86, 248; xv. 21; xxxvi. 407 
Chalons, France, xxxv. 103 

Bishop of, killed at Poitiers, i. 214 (a), 
215 (I,), 235 () 

Church of Notre Dame at, iv. 180 

Conon, bishop of, xxx. 232 

Hugh Vidam de, iv. 180 
Chalonns, Jehan de, xliv. 120 
Chalune, Pers de, xxxix. 442 
Chaluz, Richard I. killed at, xxix. 203, 214 
Chamber, Galfred, xxvii. 374 

Philip, xxxv. 424 

Robert, xxxvii. 39 

Thomas, xxxv. 428 

William, xliii. 214, 234 
Chamberlain, Mr., i. 364 (a), 66 (6), 391 (c) 

John, xxxv. 213 

Robert, xxxvi. 403 

William, xxxvi. 403 



CHA 



149 



Chamberlaine, Sir Roger, xxxviii. 44- 

Thomas, xxxvii. 438 
Chamberlayne, J., xx. 463 

John, vii. 251 ; xxxiii. 307 ; xliv. 474 
Katherine, xxxiii. 307 
Sir Thomas, xx. 463 ; xxxiii. 307 
Chamberlfiine, Robert, xii. 372 
Chamberlen, Mr., xviii. 146 

Elizabeth, xxiii. 406 
Chamberleyne, Roger, xxxvii. 336, 338 
Charaberlin, Geoffry, xvi. 36, 55 
Chambernoun, Henri de, xxxix. 442 
Chamber-pot of silver, melted to make great seals 
for James Stewart, called James III., 
xviii. 230 

Chambers, Mr., xlv. 113 
Chamblon, lake dwellings at, xxxviii. 181 
Chambrelen, Leonarde, xii. 392 
Chamlet, xxi. 253 
Chammer, see Costume 
Champagnieu, Claude, xxxiii. 300 
Champaigne, count of, history of, xxvi. 353 
Louis de, xxviii. 181 
Odo, earl of, vi. 45 
Champaine, Pers de, xxxix. 442 

Robert de, xxxix. 442 
Champenaye, Mons. de, xxxiv. 60 
Champepiers of a bed, xxix. 34 
Champernowne, Sir Arthur, xxviii. 120 
John, xxviii. 103, 105 
Katherine, xxxiii. 225 
Sir Philip, xxviii 103 ; xxxiii. 225 
Richard, xxxiii. 233 
Champflour, Henry de, xl. 437 
Champfrein, see Arms 
Champion, the, i. 374 (a), 376 (&), 401 (c) 
Oath of the, xx. 170 
Office of the, xx. 207 
Championship, the tenure of the, iii. 292 
Champnis, John, xii. 15 
Champollion, Mons., xxxix. 471 
Chan, a Tartar prince, grave of, ii. 263 
Chance, Mr., xlv. 313 
Chancels, JOHN HENRY PARKER on, xxxvii. 134 



Chancels continued 

In south of Europe, ARTHUR ASHIMTKL on, 

xxxvii. 122 

Patrons of churches admitted in, xi. 389 
Screens of, xxv. 244 
Veil of, x. 299 
Chancellor, John, xxviii. 205 

Martha, xxviii. 205 
Chancellors, lord, of the reign of king John, 

EDWARD Fuss on, xxxii. 83 

Chancellor's roll, Edward III., entry of moneys 
for expenses of Edward II. on, 1. 210, 217, 

>)>;> 

Chancery, court of, xxv. 343, 350 

Clerks of, xxxii. 86 

Illumination of, xxxix. 358 

Masters in, xxxix. 359 
Chancott, Walter, xii. 379 
Chandelcr, the office of, xxiii. 1521 
Chandler, Thomas, 1. 29<i 

Chandos, Sir John. xx. 61, lu_', 49u ; xxxi. \'2'2. 
127, 140; xxxv. 4o 
>Sii: SAMTKI, MKYKICK on tomb of. xx. 4>4 

John, xxxi. 42, 159, 160 

Maude de, 1. 359 

Sir Robert, xx. 49(J 

Sir Roger, xx. 490 

Thomas, xx. 490; xxxii. 61 

Walter, xx. 490 

Chandos of Sudeley, the lords, ix. 4 
Chanfron, ne? Arms 
Chanler, Mr., xii. 272 
Chanktonbury, Sussex, xlii. 57 
Channel Islands, Celtic megaliths and tombs in. 

FREDERICK COLLIXGS LCKIS on, xxxv. 232 
Channelsea bridge, founded by Matilda, queen of 

Henry I., xxvii. 80, 93 
Chansye, Francis, xxv. 521 
Chanteloup, vill of, xxvii. 25 
Chantries, xi. 344 

At Melbourne, Derbyshire, xiii. 303 

Established by Lancastrian kings, xlvi. 282 
Chantry lands, purchase of, by London companies, 
xxxi. 385, 386 



150 



CHA 



< 'haunt, MODS., xxxvii. 239 

Chaorce, Matilda do, xv. 362 

Chape of a sword, see Arms 

Chapel-de-fer, see Arms 

Chapel Field, Norfolk, urns found in, xxiii. 373 

Chapel-en-le-Frith, Derbyshire, xxix. 169 

Chapel-Karn-Brea, Cornwall, xlix. 195 

Chapel, Thomas, xii. 339 

Chapell, John, xxxvi. 227 

C'haplain, female, instance of a, xlvii. 53 

Chaplains, what they were, xv. 100 

Chapley Wood, xii. 279 

Chapman, Henedict, xxvi. 462 

Dr., xxxv. !>, I'-' 

( ieorgr, \\xii. 143 

.lohn. x. 7<>, 7-2, 7S, SO, 82, 92; xl. 275 

Kathen'nc, xxxvi. 235 

Richard, xii. 218, 28(5; xxxvi. 235 

Thomas, xii. 3(54 

Walter, xliv. 4d'.l 

William, x. !) 
( 'happcH, .Mr., xxxv. 33(1 

CiiAi'i'Ki.t., WII.I.IAM, on songs and ballads by 
Henry VI II., xii. 371 

On the use of the Greek language in the 
earlv service books of the Church of 
England, and on the earliest system 
of musical notation upon lines and 
spaces, xlvi. 389 
Chappelow, Mr., vii. 3 
Chapperline, John, xxxii. 143 
Character, national, satirical notices of, xx. 154 

Allusions to, tuinjj. Elizabeth, xlvii. 209 
Charadra, xv. 318 
Charat, a covered waggon, iii. 157 
Charbury, Salop, xviii. 430 
Chai-coal, for Easter Eve, x. 79 

Amongst Roman remains at Silchester, 1. 
274 

In Anglo-Saxon cemetery at Sleaford, 1. 387 

In graves, xlii. 423 

In pits at Caburn, xlvi. 429 

In urns, in Cornish barrows, xlix. 184 

Price of, xviii. 283 



Charcoal continued 

Used in foundations of buildings, xi. 16 
Vessels containing, buried in Christian 

graves, xxxv. 303 
White, xiii. 373 

Chard, Thomas, suffragan of Exeter, xviii. 415 

Chardry, an Anglo-Norman poet, xiii. 234 

Chare, a carriage, xx. 452 

Charenton, near Paris, Protestant church at, 
xxxix. 145 

Charilton, Robert, payment for grave, etc., i. 15 

(a) (/,), 16 (r) 
Charing, vi. 180 

Chariot, meaning of the word, xx. 450 
Ancient, SA.MI'KI. PKIHIK on, vii. 211 
British, fragments of, xxi. 39, 42 
Funeral, xii. 340 

Found at La Gorge-Meillet, xlv. 258 
In Switzerland, xlv. 260 
At Belbury camp, Dorset, xlviii. 119 
(quadriga) sculpture of, from Lavinia, xlix. 

374, 375 

Charity boxes, Jons ADKY RKPTON on, xx. 532 
Charivari, xvii. 127 
Charke, xxiii. 369 
Charlcot, xxxv. 18 
Charlemagne, svc Charles the Great 
Charlemaison, Johanna de, xliv. 296 
Charles, Adam, xxviii. 295 
Jonas, xxxvii. 6 
Nicholas, xxxix. 373, 388, 389 
Thomas, xxix. 415, 423 
CHARLES, THOMAS, on Roman remains found near 

Maidstone, Kent, xxx. 535 

Charles I., kingof England, xi. 102, 174; xiv. 121, 
181 ; xv. 394 ; xix. 149 ; xxxvii. 487, 
488 ; xxxviii. 257 ; xii. 152, 159 
Catalogue of pictures of, xxxix. 245 ; xlii. 
249 



Declaration of, on diet and fare, xv. 1 
Diamond of, 1. 112, 117 
Diamond signets of, xlvii. 393, 407, 408 
Events of his reign in London, 1. 23 
Letter of to earl of Nottingham, xvi. 192 



CHA 



151 



Charles I. continued 
Letters of, 1. 112 
Offer of, to surrender to Lord Fairfax, xlvi. 

19 

Oval George pendant of, xlix. 274 
Papers relating to crown jewels and plate of, 

xlviii. 201, 207 

Seal of, as prince of Wales, xlvii. 403 
Times of, see Commonwealth Wai- 
Treaty between him and the parliament in 

1648, JOHN BRUCE on, xlii. 2.">8 
Treaty of Newport of, xxxix. 112 
Warrant of, to Admiral Pennington to deliver 
the fleet to the French (1625), xvii. lid 
Writ of privy seal of, xv. 394 
Charles II., king of England, armour of, given 

by the Great Mogul, xi. 103 
Charters granted by, to Winchester, xlix. 

218 

Events of his reign in London, 1. '29 
Gold medal of, xiii. 20 
Household expenses of, xii. 88 
Letter of, to Colonel William Vecl and blank 

commissions of, xiv. 75 
Letters of, 1. 113 

List of the Royal Navy of, in 16GO, xlviii. 1(57 
Navy of, xi. 181 
Portrait on charter of, xlix. 218 
Reception of, at Cambridge, xviii. 29 
Regalia made for, xxix. 262 
Residence of, at Bruges, GKOIUIK STKIXMAX 

on, xxxv. 335 
Seal of, xxxi. 461 
Charles V., king of France, coronation of, iii. 394 

Burial of heart of, xxix. 204, 213 
Charles V., emperor, vi. 180 ; xviii. 33 
Reception of, at Dover, iii. 190, 267 
Portrait of, xxxix. 263 
Visit of, to England, xlvii. 314 
Charles VI., king of France, xxviii. 84, 94 
Cards made for, viii. 135 
Charter of, to Alexander Stewart, xxiii. 389 
Granted an addition to the Bruce arms, iv. 
178 



Charles VII., king of France, i. 77 (a), 79 (6), 

87 (<), 78 (a), 80 (6), 88 (c) 
Charles VIII. represented in painting, xlix. 25C 
Charles, archduke of Austria, garter-plate of, 

xxxi. 169 

Charles the Bold, coin of, from Horkesley, xlvi. 270 
Charles the Great, emperor, iv. 63, 1C9; v. 303 ; 

vi. 169 

Burial of, iii. 389 
Capitularies of, viii. 175 
Chess-men said to have belonged to, ix. 3(5 ; 

xi. 405 ; xxiv. 207 
frown of, iv. 64; xxxvi. 444 
Doubtful whether he could write, iv. .Id ; 

xxxvii. Ill 

Empire of, boundaries of, xliv. 131 
Founder of university of Paris, vii. -('< 
Gave ooat-of-arms to Achaius, king of Scot- 
land, iii. 27 

Hunting horn of, xxix. 36S 
Introduced the Roman liturgy into his do- 
minions, xxiv. 9 
On plaving cards, viii. 1(12 
Said to have built Niealai, iii. 25u 
Shield of, iii. 2S9 
Signum of, xliv. 131 
Swords of. xxix. 370; xxxii. 321 
Charleton, Sir Edward, iii. 3ul 
.loane, iii. 301 
Thomas de, vii. 418 
Charlton, Wiltshire, i. 57 () (/.), 63 (r); xxxv. 

273 ; xxxvii. 258 

Dorsetshire, xvii. 331 ; xxviii. 450 
Kent, viii. 220 

Plague at, xxxvii. 20 
Charlton Abbot's, Gloucestershire, tetralith at, 

xlii. 221 

Charlton, Edward, lord Powis, xxxi. 176 
Sir John, xxxii. 425 ; xxxiii. 99 
Mr., i. 356 (a), 358 (&), 383 (c) 
Penelope, xviii. 448 
Thomas, bishop of Hereford, x. 253 ; xxxii. 

61 
William de, xxvii. 81 



152 



CHA 



Charlwood church, Surrey, mural paintings in, 

xxxviii. 4.32 
Charm, in medicine, xxx. 399 

Ancient reliance upon, xx. 170 
For diseases, xlvi. 133 
For wounds, xxx. 401 
The fylfot used as a, xlviii. 3-3 
(Word-), perhaps used on coinage, temp. 
Edward III, xlvii. 141 

To cure diseases, xlviii. 262 
Charman, George, xxiii. 39H 
Charmonth, xxxix. !'(> 
Charnaylles, .- Arms 
Charndes, Xicol de, xxxix. 442 

Thomas de, xxxix. 442 
Charncll. Mr., xliii. 2:50 

Walter, xliii. 231) 
Charney, Berks, xii. 397 
Charney, Geoffrey, xx. 141 
Cliarnock. Richard Stephen, xli. 39S 
Charpentier, .lehun. xxvii. IT'.i 
('haroii. xiv. 2 l~> 
Charron, Ralph de, x\vi. 33."> 
Charroux, bowels of Richard I. buried there, 

xxix. 21" 

Chili-run, Wirhanl de, i. 17i f.j) (/,), 19S (c) 
Charsey, Geffrei de, killed at Poitiers, i. 214 (/;), 

21.-. (/,), 23:, (c) 

Charstield. Sussex, font at, \. 19!l 
(.'(tarsias, xiv. 23* 

Cliarston Rock, on the Severn, ii. 2; vi. 7 
Chart, Great, Kent, i. 326 (,i), 328 (i,), 351 (-) 
Chart Park, Surrey, ix. 100 
Charteris, John de. xxxiv. 3."> 
Cliartei-s, Anglo-Saxon, xxvi. 255 

Spurious, i. 178 (a) (//), 197 (r); iii. 9 
Norman, xxvii. 21 
Chartier, Mons., xxxiii. 301 
('hartley, Staffordshire, Mary queen of Scots at, 

xxxii. 79 

Chartham, Kent, i. 80 (a) (6), 91 (c), 326 (a), 
328(1), 350 (c); xxx. 55; xxxi. 270; xli. 
410, 416 
Chartres, France, xiv. 243 



Chart res continued 

Cathedral, decay of windows in, xlvi. 135 
Sculpture in, xxxvi. 383 ; xliv. 161, 182 
Spire of, xxv. 185 

Episcopal benediction at, xxiv. 9 

Museum, iron bill at, xlvi. 439 
Chartreuse, la Grande, xi. 337 ; xliii. 85 
Charwelton, Northamptonshire, viii. 222 

Monumental brass at, xlii. 295 
Chasing metals known to the Anglo-Saxons, iv 

68 
Chastel Vileyn, sieur de, killed at Poitiers, i. 

214 (a), 215 (I), 235 (c) 
Clmstillion, admiral, iii. 391 
Chastillon, cardinal, xxxvii. 360 

Marie de, xxix. 53 
Chastity, licence to administer vow of, xl. 309 

Vow of, xl. 309 

Chastleton, Oxon, xxix. 85, 87, 89 
Chasuble, see Costume 
Chathurne, Lancashire, vii. 414 
Chatelaines, from Sleaford, 1. 386, 387, 393, 398, 

399, 402, 406 
Chatham, Kent, iv. 112; viii. 235; xii. 217, 218 

Chapel of St. Bartholomew at, xi. 335 

Church, indulgence for, x. 311 

Sedilia in, x. 289, 301 ; xi. 393 

Glass vessel found at, xxv. 19 

Ship-building yard established by Henry 

VIII. at, xi. 158 
Chatham Downs, ancient burial-place found on, 

xlviii. 338 

Chatilion, Mons, iii. 216 
Chatillon, Saint Pol, Guarinus de, xliii. 92 

Galcher de, xxvii. 67, 71 

Louis de, xxviii. 181 

Chatrang, Persian name for chess, xi. 398 
C hats worth, Derbyshire, iv. 411 ; x.31; xxxii 81 

Mary queen of Scots at, xxxii. 76 
Chatterton, Thomas, xxvii. 115 

William, xii. 380 
Chattowe, John, xx. 159 
Chaturanga, Indian name for chess, xi. 397 
Chaucer, Alice, xliv. 466, 471 






CHA-CHE 



153 



Chaucer continued 

Geoffrey, ix. 133 ; xix. 315 ; xxiv. 172 ; 
xxxiv. 42, 43, 45 ; xxxviii. 130 
On the astrolabe, JAMES ORCHARD HALLI- 

WKLL on, xxix. 374 
Birthplace of, xlviii. 227 
Clerk of the king's works, xlvi. 307 
Does not mention cards, viii. 156 
Family connections of, xlviii. 162 
Latin stories imitated by, THOMAS 

WIJUIHT on, xxxii. 362 
Oak of, at Donnington castle, xliv/461 
Sir Geoffrey, xliv. 461, 462 
Maud, xxxiv. 44 
Philippa, xl. 467 
Thomas, xxxiv. 43, 44; xliv. 464 
Chaufer, a kettle, xxi. 245 
Chaumberlayn, Roger le, xxxvii. 296 
Chauncey, Maurice 1 , xiii. 256 
Chaundeler, Elizabeth, xxxvi. 50 

Thomas, xlv. 194 
Chaundux, Robert do, xxxix. 442 
Chaunflur, Henry do, xl. 437 
Chaunseus, Emeri de, xxxix. 442 
Joan de, xxxix. 442 
Thomas de, xxxix. 442 
Chaunte, Paul, xxv. 470, 477, 478 

Thomas, xxv. 418, 470 
Chauntemerle, Walter, xxxi. 88, 90, 94 
Chaurs, Hervie de, xxxix. 442 
Pain de, xxxix. 442 
Patrick de, xxxix. 442 
Chauvigny, church of Saint Just, xxxiv. 294 

Church of Saint Pierre, xxxiv. 294 
Chavegn, William de, xxxix. 442 
Chaveny, Andrew de, killed at Poitiers, i. 214 (a), 

215 (6), 235 (c) 
Chavannes sur le Veyron, Colline de Sacrifices, 

decrite par FREDERIC TROYON, xxxv. 396 
Chavenny, Geoffrey de, xvii. 316 
Chawe, Walter la, xl. 449, 450 
Chawell, arms of, x. 194 
Chawmbyr, Timothy, xli. 338 
Chaworth, ( ), xxxix. 442 



Cha worth continued 
Elizabeth, xvi. 343 
Pain de, xvii. 298, 299 
Patrick de, xxvi. 460 
Sir Thomas, iii. 295 ; xvi. 343 
AVilliam, iii. 295 
Chaz, Ilbert de, epitaph of preserved at Laycock, 

ii. 189 
Epitaph to at Monkton Farleigh priory, ii. 

189 

ClIEALES, HEXIJY JOHN, on mural paintings in All 
Saints church, Fri*kncy, Lincolnshire, 
xlviii. 27U; 1. 2S 1 
C'heam, Surrey, v. 437 

Cheate, cheat-bread, cheat .loaves, i. * (aj (!,). 
!'((); iii. 157; xiii. :;72, 3*9; xv. 2, ! ; 
xix. 2*7 

Chebsey, Staffordshire, v. 97 
Check, an account, ix. 2* 
Cliccklcy, Staffordshire, v. 97 

Sculptured stone at, ii. 51 ; I. 2>6 
Cheddar, Somerset, church of, 1. :;.".!-, :!,",>* 
Chcdgrave church, Norfolk, plan of, xix. :!ti5, 36,* 
Cheekc, Mr., xii. :177 
Cheese, xviii. 2^2 

Used as cement, xli. :>!!) 
Worshipped in Etrypt, iv. 21-2 
Cheilin, Mr., xxvi. 463 
Chchitle, v. 190, 200 
Clieihners, Philip de, viii. 427 
Cheinduit, Ralph, viii. 204 
Cheincy, Richard, bishop of Gloucester, xxxvi. 

112 
Cheke, Sir Henry, xxxvii. 133 

Sir John, xxviii. 123, 124; xxxvii. 133 

JOHX GouiiH NICHOLS on biography of, 

xxxviii. 98 

Margaret, xxxviii. 392 
Chckeston, xxviii. 9 
Chelcdonium, a salve, ix. 232 
Chelewrth, Galfrid de, xxsvii. 276, 280 

Isabel de, xxxvii. 276 
Chelke, William de, xliv. 379 
Chellaston, Derbyshire, xiii. 291 



154 



CHE 



Chelmer, river, xli. 440 

Chelmorton, Derbyshire, painted glass from, 

xlvi. 123 
Chelmsford, Essex, v. 138 ; xxiii. 367 

Earthen vessel, 16th century, found at, xxxi. 

483 

Cht-lsale, Roger, i. 353 (a), 355 (b), 379 (r) 
Chelsea, Middlesex, xxxii. 449 

Physic garden at, xii. 183 

Plague at, xxxvii. 17 
C'helsfield. Kent, viii. 220 ; xxvii. 392 
Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, lavatory at, x. 1297 

Church, consecration crosses in. xlviii. -tfil 
Cheltfiihani, Hirlmrd. al>l>ot of Tewkesbury, 

c'vphrr of, xiv. 11!', I'll 
Chclworth, chapel of. xxxvii. 'Jill 

East. Somersetshire, manor of, ii. 330, 331 
Chemnit/, xlii. IIHI 
Clicnctf. river, xv. 1>1, 19<> 
C'licncy, Sir Francis, xliii. (>7 

Sii- John, xxxi. liJfj 

Ladv, x.\v. 473 

Koliert de, xxxix. 442 

Robert, bishop of Lincoln, .'< Chesncy 

Sir Thomas, xxx. 4t!5, 472 

Thomas, xxv. 3f3 
Cheny, Edmund de. xliv. 378 

Lawrence, xxv. 4'il 
Cheojis. xxix. 1 15 
Cheorltone. manor of. xxxvii. 307 
Chephrcn. xxix. 115. 1'Jt! 
Cheping Wanton, Northamptonshire, x. 286 
Chepman, William le, xxxvii. 274 
Chepstow, Monmouthshire, ii. 2, 3; v. 45, 48; 
xxix. i>8, 29, 30; xxxv. 435 

Castle, v. 49, 57, 79 ; xxix. 5, 7, 25, 27 

Church, xxix. 29 
Chequered cloth, used in court of exchequer, ix. 

2f< ; xxxix. 362 
Chequers, sign of inn, ix. 28 
Cherbury, Salop, x. 223 

Castle, Berks, xii. 397 
Cherbourg, xx. 46 ; xxii. 390 
Chere, to mow, cut, shear, xxvi. 404 



Cherefeddin, xxi. 439 

Chereche, William de la, xxxvii. 275 

Chcrilickcome, Mr., xxxvii. 200 

Cherington, Gloucestershire, Roman buildings at, 

xviii. 114, 117 

Cheriton, Kent, Easter sepulchre at, xlii. 296 
Cheriton, William de, xx. 566 
Cherleton, land at, belonging to Bath (1179), 

1.354 
Cherleton, Sir John de, xxvi. 342 

Thomas de, xxvi. 326 

Wybert de, xxxvii. 280, 295 
Chcrowin, John, xxix. 373; xxxi. 272 
Cherries, Duke, x. 42G 

May. x. 426 

Kentish, vii. 119 
Cherry-stones, found in Alcmannic graves, xxxvi. 

135, 13ti, 137 
Chersiphron, xi. 8, 1(5 
Chert. John de, xl. 373 
Chert ham, sec Chartham 

Chertsey abbey, Surrey, earthenware roundels 
found at, viii. 452 

Copper dish from, xliv. 63 

Runic copper dish from, JOHN MlTClJELL 
KK.MIII.I: on, xxx. 31, 39 

Tiles from, xliv. 167 
Choryholme, James, xliii. 223, 224 
Cheryngton, Robert, xliii. 216 
Cheselburne, xlii. 205 
Cheshire, glossary of words used in, xix. 13 

Hoar stones in, xxv. 52 
Cheshunt, Herts, manor of, xv. 100 

Nunnery, xliii. 235 ; xxxv. 461, 465 
Chesney, Cheney, Querceto, or Katincto, Robert 

de, bishop of Lincoln, iv. 157 ; ix. 125 
Chesnut, roof made of, i. 46 (a) (fc), 51 (c) 
Chess, game of, played by the emperor Alexius, 
xxiv. 205 

Bishop, antiquity of, xxiv. 225 

Board and men of silver, given by town of 
Rockstet to the bishop, ix. 34 

Derived from Assyria, ix. 24 

Derived from China, ix. 17 



CHE 



155 



Chess continued 

Derived from India, ix. 17 

Derived from Persia, ix. 16 

Fool's-mate at, xxiv. 288 

Fretstertumatt at, xxiv. 284 

HENRY MAURICE, COUNT DK BRUHL, on, ix. 14 

Introduced from the East, xxiv. 204 

Knight's chess, xxiv. 287 

Knights' mate at, xxiv. 288 

Ladies' chess, xxiv. 287 

List of treatises on the history of the game, 

xxiv. 204 

Long assize at, xxiv. 285 
Man found at Dunstaffnage castle, xxiv. 216 
Man, the elephant as a, xxiv. 228 
Men, xi. 93 ; xxxvi. 288 
Men, crystalline, xxiv. 207 
Men said to have belonged to Charles the 

Great, ix. 36 
Men, European names of, FRANCIS DOUCE on, 

xi. 397 

Men sent from Greenland, xxiv. 247 
Men, Icelandic names for, xxiv. 288 
Men found in the Isle of Lewis, SIR FREDERIC 

MADDEN on, xxiv. 203 
Mentioned in Anglo-Saxon poem, xxviii. 

342 

Mentioned by Boccaccio, ix. 24 
Mentioned in medieval romances, xxiv. 206, 

209 

Pawn, derivation of, ix. 33 
Pawn-mate at, xxiv. 284, 288 
Pawns, French names for, xi. 408 
Penance of a bishop for playing, xxiv. 210 
Played in Asia, vii. 135 
Played by Cnut, xxiv. 280 
Played by Haroun al Bashid, xxiv. 208 
Played by the Northmen, xxiv. 273 
Played in the time of Pepin, xxiv. 207 
Played by William the Conqueror, xxiv. 

283 

Players at, pensioned, ix. 26 
Poem on, attributed to Ovid, xxiv. 221 
Queen, antiquity of, xxiv. 219 



Chess continued 

Queen's mate at, xxiv. 288 

Riddle concerning, xxiv. 275 

Rook-mate at, xxiv. 284 

Rooks in heraldry, xi. 406 

Rune to insure victory at, xxiv. 278 

Said to be mentioned in the Odyssey, ix. 18 

Said to have been invented by Palamedes, 

ix. 19 

Chesse, John, xxv. 515 
Chest to be used as an altar, xxvi. 403 

Sepulchral, x. 107; xii. 96; xxvi. 375 

Found in Inglewood forest, x. 106, 108 
Chested, put in a collin, xvi. 23 
Chester, i. 62 (a) (1), 70 (<), 63 (<i) (I), 71 (<), 
218 (a), 21!) (b), 239 (V); iii. 1< S 2 ; v. 38. 
65; xx. 64, 119, 136, 155, Ids. 173, 177; 
xxiii. 77 
Abbey cif Saint \Yerbiirgh at, Ranulph earl 

of Chester buried there, iv. 127 
Bishop of, iii. 396; .-"_' Downham, William 
Castle, xx. 127, 13(1, 161 
Cathedral, seililia in, x. 2s7 
Chief justice of, writ to. on marriage of 

eldest daughter of Kdward I., xv. 31-7 
Crypt adjoining bishop's palace in, xviii. 11- 
Derivation of name, xl. 291 
Honor of, ii. 333 

Mint at, xviii. 3 ; xxvi. 9, 11, It! ; xxviii. 57 
Roman remains found at, WII.I.IAM Tin: on, 

xl. 2S5 

Spur found at, viii. 113 
Chester, Earl of, viii. 206 ; sec Gernon, Randal 

de ; Merchines, Randal de ; Ranulph 
Chester Herald, i. 354 (a), 356 (b), 380 (c) ; xii. 

379, 390 

Chester-in-the-Strcet, Durham, ii. 93; vii. 75 
Chester, Little, Derbyshire, ix. 199 ; x. 22, 24 

Roman bridge at, x. 34 

Chester, Greville, xxxvi. 72 ; xlv. 298, 300, 308 
Mr., xviii. 169 
Robert, xl. 119 
Roger, xii. 386 
Thomas, xlv. 99 

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156 



CHE CHI 



Chesterfield, Derbyshire, vii. 76; ix. 199 ; x. 24,26 

Battle of, xxxvii. 190 

SAMI-EL PEIH;E on, ii. 276 
An era to date from, ii. 282 

Churchyard wall, part of, made by inhabit- 
ants of Brampton chapelry, ii. 281 

Manor of, ii. 270 

Plague at, vi. 80 

Chesterfield. John do, xxxi. :il, 1 lit 
Chcstcrford, Kssex, iv. 88 ; xii. 1:5(5 

Chnrehynrd, Roman grave in, xxviii. (5 

Implement from, xlvi. 4.11 

Roman boll from, xxxv. (>2 

Roman remains nt, 1{. C. NI:VII.I.K on, xxxii 
:i.~p' i 

Shaft disroviT-ed at, xlvi. 44s 

Cms found at, xxxi. !7."> 

Walls of. iv. M. 

Chesters, Northumberland, xlv. .'!i>J 
<'ho>tcrton. i. I'L' (.;) (/), 7U (r) 
('hcstcrwi-ll, xxix. 2l-!> 
Cheston, Mi-.. xvi. !.":{ 
Chi'to, > c Clii-aii.' 

Chetewyn, John, xvi. 124; xxxi. :>^2 
Chftham, ii. 1 \: xi. _'.">; 
Chetinton, xviii. 4.'! 1 > 
Chi-twiiif, Sir I'hillippc, xxv. :>x"i 
Chcrcronsc, IK-ni-y de, xxxix. I4'J 
Chevin, a ii>h. xiii. :>11, '.',70, I5S.1 
Chovington, manor of, xxiii. 332 
Clievril. Wiltshiri-, xv. 301 
Chewi-. John, x. 3S8 
Chew.'t, xv. Ml^ 
Cheyk, Thomas de. ix. ]~>l 
Clu-yni', John, xviii 401 

Sir Thomas, xxxi. 4i)9 
C'heyny, George, i. 353 (a), 355 (6), 379 (c) 

John, i. 350 (a), 352 (6), 377 (c), 352 (a), 
354 (b), 378 (c), 354 (o), 356 (fc), 
380 (c), 374 (a), 376 (b), 401 (c) ; xii. 
395 

Cheyney, Sir Thomas, xii. 356 
Chiavenna, iv. 17 
Chiaymasiuro, king of Damuth, xliv. 248 



Chic, Essex, xviii. 445 

Chicane, a game, xlv. 286 

Chicheley, Henry, archbishop of Canterbury, i. 

89 (o) (6), 101 (c) ; xxii. 395 
John, i. xxviii (a) (6), xxix (c), xxxv (o), 

xxxvi (6), xxxvii (c) 
Sir Thomas, xv. 112 

Chichester, Sussex, iv. 27 ; xviii. 219 ; xxxi. 483 
Ilishop of, see Arundel, John ; Berksteede, 
Stephen; Clipping, John; Day, George; 
Godfrey ; Hilary ; Langton, John de ; 
Luffa, Ralph do ; Moleyns, Adam ; 
Xevil, Ralph ; Poore, Richard ; Rode, 
Robert; Rede, William; Richard, saint; 
Sancto Leofardo, Gilbert; Seffrid; Shcr- 
boi-no, Robert ; Storey, Edward ; Ware, 
Henry; Warham, Ralph de; Wyche, 
Richard de la 

Cathedral, xvii. 22, 2S ; xlii. 302 
Capital in, xxxiii. 142 
Consecration crosses in, xlviii. 460 
Font in, x. lill! 
Indulgences for, xlv. 101 
Kings of Kngland painted by Bemardi 

in. iii. -~() 

Moulding in, xxxiii. 1-1-2 
Obit li*tof, xlv. 1<M 
Relics in, xlv. 174 
Rings, episcopal, found in, xlv. 404 
Statutes of, xlv. 143 
Colossal head from, xxvi. 40G 
Deanery of, hold by a layman, xxxviii. 126 
Earl of, cc Leigh, Francis 
Gilds at, xlv. 192 
Mint at, xxvi. 9, 17 
Chichester, Sir Arthur, vii. 92 

Arthur, carl of Donegal, i. 99 (a) (6), 110 (c) 
Sir John, xviii. 184 
John, xxxi. 354 
Ralph of, xxix. 183, 185 
Chickens for provi-ion money, xi. 205 
Chicken Stake, viii. 133 
Chiddingfold, Surrey, xlii. 296 
Chidley, captain, xvi. 189 






CHI 



157 



Chieftainship, succession to, 1. 211 
Chiffinch, Thomas, xxxv. 342 
Chifflet, Jean Jacques, iii. 38 
Chigvvell, Essex, plague at, xxxvii. 19 
Chigwell, Hamo de, xxx. 507 

Robert de, xxx. 507 
Chilcombe, Dorset, font at, xli. 393 
Child, Mr., xii. 223 

Alwyn, viii. 231 

Sir Josiah, xii. 186 

Richard, xxxiii. 100 
Childe, Mr., xxxvii. '212 

John, xxxix. 24 

Thomas, xii. 379, 385 
Childante, meaning of, xxx. 230 
Childbirth, charm for, xxx. 444, 445 
Childcompton, Somersetshire, church of, granted 

to Wells, 1. 357 

Childe Langley, origin of name, xlvi. 298 
Childeric, king of the Franks, tomb of, viii. 181 ; 
xxxiv. 181 

Buried at Tours, iii. 389 

Horse buried with, iii. 38 

Stylus or buckle of, ii. 72 

Signet ring of, xlix. 22 
Childerney, Robert, xii. 381 
Childcrston, captain, yii. 1 
Childrey, Berks, xlii. 295 
Childwyte, definition of, xlvii. 127, 128 
Chilgrove, Sussex, antiquities found at, xxxi. 312 
Chillenden, Adam de, 1. 178 

Thomas, x. 272, 276 
Chilley, xxxiv. 250 
Chilham, Kent, xxv. 147 

Castle, vi. 255 

Julaberr's grave at, iv. 110 
Chillingham castle, Northumberland, wild cattle 

at, x. 163 

Chiltenham, Symon de, xvi. 49, 78 
Chiltern hills, v. 43 

In France, v. 44 

Chiltern Langley, manor of, xlvi. 299 
Chilton, Somersetshire, xiv. 99 
Chimaera, v. 8 



Chimneys, iv. 388; xi. 437; xlii. 404 

Charms placed in, xlvi. 133 

In church towers, xxiii. 13 

Of iron, xi. 438 

Medieval, vi. 289 
Chimney-piece in Ragland castle, v. 79 

Speke Hall, Lancashire, xiv. 20 

Tower of London, inscription on, xxiii. 40" 
China, bridge in, xvii. 44 

Cards in, viii. 135 

Chess in, ix. 17 

Idols in, ii. 226 

Key pattern of ornamentation in, xlvii. l.V.t 

Mode of fastening cloak in, xlviii. .'!.'!! 

Paintings from, \.\\ii. -Iu2 

Quail-fighting in, iii. 13 t 

Sign for land in, xlvni. .'!1"> 

The swastica in. xlviii. .'11 1 

The .Jesuits' account of, ii. 231 

Use of the padlock in, xlvii. 1 !"> 

Vocabulary of, vi. 154 

Zodiacal signs of. xlvii. 31-2 
Chingali, <<<' (iipscy 
Chingstone, Dorset, viii. 226 
C'hinon, xxxvii. 44 

Chios, consecrated to IJacchus, viii. -^\- 
Chipchase castle, Northumberland, xiv. .'157 

Shears and cults found at, xiv. 371 
Chippenha7ii, Wilts, ii. lot; xv. 2U5 

Corporation lands at, xlvi. 411, 415 

Fossils found at, v. 156 
Chippenhum, Jordan de, xxxvii. 284 
Chipping Ongar, Fsscx, castle of, i. 45 (a) (I), 

49 (c) 

Chirbury, Salop, x. 213 
Chirk castle, Denbighshire, xx. 65 

Pedigree roll and chronicle from, xxi. 546 
Chirn, the river, xli. 422 
Chi-Rho, origin of the, xlviii. 24o, 245 
Chisbury castle, Wiltshire, xv. 184 
Chisel, bronze tanged, from Wilburton Fen, Cam- 
bridgeshire, xlviii. 107, 108 

Chiseldon church, Wiltshire, consecration cross 
in, xlviii. 460 



158 



CHI-CHR 



Chiselhuret, Kent, plagne at, xxxvii. 20 
Chishnll, Dr., i. 156 (a) (6), 173 (c) ; ix. 183, 229 

John, xxviii. 271 

Ralph de, xi. 264 
Chisseldyne, William, xi. 207 
Chiswick, Middlesex, xxxv. 312 

Garden at, xii. 185 
Chitt, xiii. :{:.o, 38<> 
Chloridnnnm, viii. 10(5 
Chobham, Surrey, hawthorn at, xxv. 34 
Chocalingam, .\. 451. 157 
Chogneat, Mons. , xxxvii. -'!> 
Choirs in the soutli of Kurope, .Vl'.TIin; AsHl'ITKI. 

on. xxxvii. iL'J, llM 
Choir-( iaur. ii. 'J I:! 
Choit, x<i>(T, meaning of, i. 2">3 (u), 255 (?<), 

J7i; (c) 

Chok, Sir Richard, xxxviii. 278 

( 'holcra. deaths from, in London, 1832, 1818, 1853, 

xxxvii. '2- 

('ln)lls. a pair of. xxxi. 2(Jl 
Cholmelcy, colonel, xxxv. 315, 32<j 

Sir Henry, xlvi. K) 

Letters from, xlvi. 12, 15 

Sir Huirh. ix. 1 Mi 

Huirli. xlii. 377 

Ualpli, viii. :>!8 

Richard, xxxv. \'2 

Sir Robert, xxxvii. 1!)0 

Sir Roger, xx.x. 171; xxxii. 35 
Cholmomleley, Richard, xxxiii. 01 

Sir Robert, xxxviii. 398 

William, xxxiii. til 
Clione, John, xxv. 171, 179 
Choningc, Christo])her, xii. 371 
Cholsey, Berks, xv. 183 
Chorentinns, name of saint in MS. Psalter, xlvi. 

JH 

Chorier, Siear, iii. 106 

Chosru Parvees, monarch of Persia, xvi. 135 
Choultry, described, x. 451 

Of Trimnl Naik, ADAM BLACKADER on, x. 449 
Choux, tee Costume 
Chowett, see Chewet 



Chown, Mr., iii. 239 

Chraicheth, John de, xxxix. 442 

Chrismatory, xii. 349, 355 ; xliii. 203 

Chrism money, viii. 224 

Christ, crowned with thorns, significance of, xlvii. 

476 

Figure of, in Henry VII. 's chapel, xlvii. 372 
In wall painting at Guildford, xlix. 

204, 205, 207, 211 
Illuminations of the life of, xxiv. 53, 62, 66, 

71, 80, 85, 102 

Monogram of, xxvi. 76, 176, 178 
Representations of, at Friskney, 1. 281, 282, 

284 

Chris tchnrch, Hants, v. 48 ; viii. 335 
Bason found near, xvi. 363 
Chalice at, xlii. 415 
Collars from, xxxix. 507 
Fortification at, Fius'cis GUOSE on, v. 237 
Harbour at, v. 237 
Priory, birds' bones from, iv. 117, 414; viii. 

188 

Christ church near Caerlcon, grave slab at, v. 78 
Christemasse, John, xliii. I(i7 
Christening presents made by queen Elizabeth, 

i. 11 (a) (/,), 12 (c); xlviii. 206 
Christenings, torches for, xxv. 449 
Christesonc, John, xvii. 232 
Christenil, Amclottc, xxxviii. 62 
Christian II., king of Denmark, visit of, to Eng- 
land, i. 38 (a) (6), 42 (c) ; xlvii. 320 
Picture of children of, xxxix. 258 
Christian IV., letters to, by Bacon, xii. 219 
Christian V., medal of. xxx. 540 
Christianissimus, applied to Offa, iv. 63 

Title given to kings of France, xix. 6, 7, 8 
Christian, early, religious symbols in Rome, 
xlviii. 241, 243 

On intaglio, xlviii. 49 

And Pagan worship, overlapping of, xlix. 32 
Cemetery at Bader, xlix. 142 
Inscription from Scupi, xlix. 128 
Remains at Perot, xlix. 167 
Supremacy of Scupi, xlix. 138, 139 



CHR-CHU 



159 



Christianity, deanery of, xlv. 144 

Influence of, on property, 1. 204 

Vestal virgins converted to, xlix. 420 
Christians, probable allusion toby Juvenal, EARL 
STANHOPE on, xliv. 1 

(Early) belief of, in magic, xlviii. 242 

Overthrow of temples by, at Lanuvinm, 

xlix. 371 
Christina, of Pisa, xx. 72, 111, 165 

Duchess of Milan, portrait of, xxxix. 7 

Queen of Sweden, xv. 365 
Christmas, candles for, i. 16 (a) (b), 18 (c) 

At Dacre castle, Morpeth (1515), xlvii. 
304 

A*, Durham, kept by Edward IV. (1462), 
xlvii. 271 

Diversions, given by the Lord of Misrule, 
xviii. 3115 

Games, xxxi. 37, 43 

Lord of, xxv. 422 

Plays, xxxi. 120 

Yule, xlvii. 354 
Christmas, Emanuel, xxviii. 206 

Gerard, viii. 421 

John, xi. 176 

Matthew, xi. 176 

William, ii. 41 
Christopher, saint, xlvii. 365, 366 

Flesh of, xlv. 112 

Sculpture of in Norwich castle, xii. 154 
Christopher, Robert, xxxvi. 100 
Christopher, Peter, xl. 471 
Christus, Petrus, xl. 451, 459, 471 

Monogram of, xl. 477, 478, 481, 482 
Chronology, of the Dionysian cycle, xlvii. 481 

Egyptian, xlvii. 469 
Chrostyde, feast of Exaltation of the Cross, xxv. 

421 

Chrysomalus, iii. 339 
Chrysippus, iii. 140 
Chrysostom, saint, liturgy of, xxiv. 7 
Chadwell, Essex, caves at, xxxiv. 28 
Chun castle, Cornwall, xxii. 301 
Chunan, a kind of mortar made in India, x. 452 



Churbnry hundred, xii. 89 

CHURCH, C. M., on Reginald, bishop of Bath 

(11741191), 1. 295 
D., xxv. 392 
Thomas, xxxvii. 205 
Church-ale, see Ales, Church 
Church building, twelfth century, 1. 307 

Fifteenth century, 1. 283 
Discipline in Bermuda, xlvii. 70 
Furniture, Coptic, xlviii. 413 
Goods, instructions for survey of (1552), 
xviii. 298 

Inventories of, xlvi. 231 : 1. 19. 34 
-liagg, a smnll meadow, xlvi. 207, 210, 219 
-home, xviii. 43U 
-house, xxiii. 33; xxxv. 413, 424; xxxvi- 

239 

Legends, xlvi. 207, 26S 
Ornaments, destruction of, xlii. 87 
Plate, xlii. 79, 95. 27o. 405. 409, 411 ; 1. 134 
Porch, burial in, x. 4S 
Kitual, 16th century, xlviii. 342 
Service books, xlvi. 2o9, 213 

Greek language used in. xlvi. 3S9 
Shet, /'.'.. lien rent, xxxiii. 272, 273 
Song. Roman, in Northurabria, x. 5<! 
Windows, notes on glass of, xlvi. 91. 111. 

124, 135 13K 153, 159 
At Wells, growth of town round. 1. 311 
Chnrch Down. Gloucestershire, xix. 169 

Speen, Berks, xxviii. 416 
CHURCHMAN, JOHN, on submerged city in Pome 

rania, xxxii. 419 
Churchover, xxv. 33 ; xxxv. 394 
Churches, ancient, EDWARD LEDWICH on, viii. 1(> 
Anglo-Saxon, illumination representing de- 
dication of, xxv. 251 
Assemblies held in, Bermuda, xlvii. 73 
Banqueting and drinking in, xviii. 412 
Burials in, xiii. 299 
Burners and breakers of, excommunicated, 

viii. 40 
Byzantine, EDWIN FRESHFIELD on, xliv. 



160 



CHU-CIN 



Churches con .' inued 

Ceremonial of dedication of, xxv. 235 

Dancing in, xv. 229 

Defaced by Puritans, xxxv. 312 

Early, in France and Switzerland, xxxvii. 

244 

Ecclesiastical courts hold in, x. 308 
Greek, plan of, xliv. 385 
Holding courts in, forbidden in Scotland, 

xxii. 200 

Italian (eastern coast), 1. 407 
Not mentioned in Domesday, viii. 219, 221, 

225 
Number of, in England, trmji. Elizabeth, xlvii. 

2:i:; 

< >rientatini< of, xxv. 162; xxxvii. 138 
(Juan-el about sitting in, xxxiii. 02 
Scot ales in, xii. 17 

Scotch, spoiled by seats and galleries, ii. 84 
Towers, round, in Norfolk and Suffolk, xxiii. 

7. in 

Without burial grounds, xxxviii. lilili 
< 'hurch wardens' accounts 

Abingdon. S;iint Helen, Berkshire, i. 11 ('/) 

CO- 1* 0) 

Dereham, East, Norfolk, x. l!H> 

Eltluim. Kent, xxxiv. ">! 

Lambeth, Surrey, vii. _'"> 1 

Lotith. Lincolnshire, x. 7O 

Minchinhampton, Gloucestershire, xxxv. 40!> 

Sliomc (Sl:orne). Kent, xiii. 12") 

Strutton. Ci.rnwall, xlvi. 11'.") 

Wing, Buckinghamshire, xxxvi. 219 

Wymondham, Norfolk, xliii. 270 
Churchwardens, ordinances of, at St. Stephen's, 

Coleman Street, London, 1. 20, 48 
Churchyards, fairs in, xii. 11 

Feasting in, xv. 228 

Games forbidden in, xii. 20 

Hallowing, i. 13 (a) (6), 14 (c) 

Miracle plays in, xiii. 238 

North side, burial in, xiv. 52 

Property in the, xlvi. 199 
Churchyard, Thomas, xxxiv. 140 ; xxxv. 292 



Chnrre, xiii. 350 

Chusan, pagoda at, vii. 328 

Chute causeway, i. 60 (a) (6), 66 (c) 

Forest, i. 56 (a) (6), 62 (c) ; viii. 102 

Park, viii. 90 
Chymei-e, see Costume 
Chyn, church of, belonging to Bath (1179), 1. 

353 
Chynche, George, months mind of, i. 12 (a) (6), 

13 (c) 

Chypyng-burd, xi. 440 
Chjtraeus, see Kochhaf, Nathaniel 
Chyttwoodde, Richard, xii. 376 
Chyvers, Sir Christopher, xxviii. 130, 131, 132 
Ciacconius, ii. 37 

Ciborium, viii. 171, 173; xi. 358 ; xl. 210 
Cicell, Mr., xii. 377 
Cicero, M. T., xiv. 190, 191 

Allusions by, to Lanuvium, xlix. 3G9 

Murder of, by M. Antony, xlix. 425 

Translation by, of Aratus's astronomical poem, 

WILLIAM YOUNG OTTLEY on, xxvi. 47 
Cicherelle, Dorsetshire, viii. 237 
Cider, drunk by king John, iv. 32 
Cignus, the constellation of, xxvi. 152 
Cilurnum, Roman station of, xiv. 3C2 

Forum at, xlvi. 1 

Glass from, xlvi. 153 
C'imabiic, Giovanni, ix. 141 

Miniature by, i. 133 (a) (b), 147 (c) 
Cimbri, vii. 166 
Cimiterio, Alice de, xxxvii. 286 

Roger de, xxxvii. 277 

Thomas de, xxxvii. 292 
Cinctus, Gabinns, ix. 221 
Cingari, see Gipsey 
Cinna, ancient site of, xlviii. 84 
Cinnamon (pound of), as a tenant's rentinSaxelby, 

xlvii. 95 

Cinnamus, John, xiv. 386, 387 
Cinque ports, vi. 195 

Mandate of queen Elizabeth relating to their 
quota to the navy, xxx. 545 

The moots of, summoned by a horn, iii. 11 






CIN CLA 



161 



Cinctus, a potter, vi. 124 

Ciphi de mazero, 1. 129 

Circle (stone), round Swiss grave-monnd, xlvii. 

136 
Circuli Bianchi, the company of, at Florence, 

xxviii. 243 

Neri, the company of, xxviii. 243 
Circulus Lacteus, zodiacal sign of, xlvii. .3.38 
Circnlus, xiv. 97 
Circumcision, iv. 289 

Jewish, v. 125 

Circus, the factions of the, xlv. 285 
Circus Maximus, iii. 179 

Cirencester, Gloucestershire, viii. 92 ; ix. 98 ; 
xix. 180; xx. -214, 215, 219; xxvii. 
226; xxviii. 416; xxix. 10; xxxi. 461; 
xxxii. 349 ; xli. 422 
Abbey of, xx. 57, 83 ; xxvi. 255 
Anglo-Saxon cemetery at, xxxviii. 327 
Battle at, vii. 51 
Bone spoon found at, x. 133 
Bracelets from, x. 134 
Bronze image found at, vii. 406 ; x. 132 
Church, masons' marks on, xxx. 114 
Picture in, xv. 405 
Sedilia at, x. 297 

Corinthian capital found at, xviii. 124 
Hypocaust at, vii. 407 
Roman bust found at, x. 134 
Roman remains near, SAMUEL LYSOXS on, ix. 

319 

Roman remains at, xviii. 124 
Site of Corinium, 1. 266 
Styles found at, x. 133 
Survival of ancient constitution at, I. 438 
Three Saxon charters from the cartulary 

of, xxvi. 255 
Cirencester, Richard of, "Do Situ Britannia-," 

see Bertram, Charles Julius 
Cirington, Odo de, xiii. 63 ; xxxii. 363 
Cissa, iii. 339 

Cissbury, Sussex, excavations at, xlii. 53 
Bone comb from, xlvi. 432 
Camp at, xlvi. 462, 468 



Cissbnry continued 

Flint workings from, xlv. 337, 338 

Iron sickle from, xlvi. 438 

Pit at, xlv. 342 

Resemblance of Ciesar's camp, Folkestone, to, 

xlvii. 430 
Cist, xxxv. 240 

Anglo-Saxon, from Sleaford, 1. 389, 390, 
391, 392, 393, 394, 395, 396, 397, 4ul. 
403 
Carvings on, at Clover Hill, Sligo, xlvii. 

478 

Ktruscan, xxxvi. 302 

Found in Chapel Karn Urea barrnw, xlix. 1!'" 
Found in Karn Glu/e barrow, xlix. 1'.'2. l!'3, 

194 

Found in Tregaseal burrow, xlix. 195 
Cistern, Roman, found nt Civita Lavinia. xlix. 

374 
Cistus, the shrub, said to be used as a dye. iii. 

339 

Cist-vaen, ii. 250; xxxv. 233. 234 
Citadel, existence of, in encampments, xlvii. 

432 

Cities (British), at Shield's Lawe, xlvi. 10 t 
(Karliest Roman), structure of, xlvi. 45s 
(Knglish), modern sites compared with 

ancient, xlvi. 405 
Citorio, Monte, column of, i. 121 () (l>), 

134 (c) 

Cittadini, Alberico, xlv. 377 
Cittern, xxxvi. 289 
Civaux, France, xx. 484 
Cividale, Italy, xlii. 279 
Civil laws, doctor of, Sn: GEORGE BOWVKI: on, 

xxxii. 428 

Civile, John de, ii. 279 

Civita Lavinia, Italy, researches at, xlix. 367 
Civitas, meaning of, in Albania, xlix. 71 
Civitate, Slavonic corruptions of, xlviii. 4, 32 
Civray, France, church of Notre Dame at, xxxv. 42 
Clachan, meaning of, xxii. 410 
Clachan More, Scotland, stones at, xxv. 614, 
616 



162 



CLA 



Clackclose hundred, Norfolk, x. 293 

Clack-hill, Yorks, x. 55 

Claget, Robert, tomb of, in York cathedral, has 

a skeleton upon it, ii. 300 
Clagg, Scotland, x. 102 
Clairfield, Thomas, woolstapler's mark of, xxxvii. 

383, 389 

Claix, France, bridge at, xvii. -13 
Clan names, lllyrian, xlix. 39 

Thracian, xlix. 10(J 
Clana liaosgnc, vii 2S2 
Clanmurry, family of, xxvii. 128 
Clanowen, family of, xxvii. 12S 
Clanricard, (lie earl of, xxvii. 125 
Clanturf, Ireland, battle of, vii. 103 
Clanvill. Hants, viii. lU.'i 
Clap-bread, /. t. oat-cake, xvii. 1-1-9 
Claplium, Surrey, xlii. 278 
Clapham clnircli, Bedfordshire, xxvi. 29, 39 
Claphum, Jonathan, xxxv. 73 
( 'lajiton. Joan. xi. (>2 

Sir William, xi. (12 
Clare- Gal way abbey, Ireland, xxxviii. ICO 

Castle, xxxviii. 172 
Clare, Suffolk, xi. 57 

Castle. Suffolk, xiv. 281 

Honour of, ii. 334 
Clare, family of, possessions of, xlviii. -132 

Kli/.abeth de Kurgh, lady, 1. 182 

Geoffrey de, xlv. 437, 441 

Gilbert de, earl of Gloucester, xiv. 1-1-7; xvii. 
2!7 ; xxvi. 3-U 

His heart buried at Sheleford, xxvi. 
341 

Maud de, xl. 430 

Richard de, vi. 270; xiv. 147 

Thomas de, xxii. 309 ; xxxix. 442 

Walter de, xxxi. 513 

Founded Tintern abbey, v. 80 
Clarel, Margaret, xlii. 402 

Thomas, xlii. 402 

Clarenbald, iii. 97 ; v. 103 ; vi. 395 ; xxv. 147 
Clarence, dnke of, tee Plantagenet, George ; 
Lionel, Thomas 



Clarencieux king-at-arms, i. 353 (a), 355 (6), 
380 (c), 356 (a), 358 (b), 382 (c) ; xii. 
376, 390 

Payments to, temp. Henry VIII., xlvii. 310 
Clarendon, Wilts, viii. 106 ; xxvi. 326, 338 
Palace of, v. 359 

Survey of manor and forest (1272), xxv. 151 
Clarendon, earl of, see Hyde, Edward 

Sir Roger, xxxi. 356 
Clares, the poor, xv. 93 

Founded by St. Francis of Assisi, iii. 125 
The rich, xv. 93 
Claret, wine, xv. 161 ; xiii. 388 ; xxv. 491 

Made at Oxford, i. 328 (o), 330 (6), 353 (c) 
Recipe for making, xxii. 5 
Clarke, Agnes, xii. 15 

Anne Miliccnt, xviii. 448 
Bartholomew, i. xx (a) (b), xxi (c) 
CLAKKK, CHAKLKS, x. 305 
On sedilia, x. 316 
On fonts, xi. 149 

Description of Chalk church, xi. 317 
On episcopal chairs, stone seats, and piscinas, 

xi. :!17 

Clarke, colonel, xxxv. 325, 329 
CLAKKK, EDWARD DAXIKL, xix. 386, 401 ; xxii. 452 
On antiquities found at Fulbourn, Cam- 
bridgeshire, xix. 56 
On the Lituus, xix. 386 

On Celtic remains found at Sawston, Cam- 
bridgeshire, xviii. 340 
Clarke, George, xxxiii. 100 

CLAKKK, GKOKIIK THOMAS, on the customary of the 
manor and soke of Rothley, Leicester- 
shire, xlvii. 89 
Clarke, Henry, xliv. 416 

James, xv. 406 ; xxxvii. 438 
John, xxxvi. 228; xxxviii. 320; xli. 336; 
xlii. 10 

Woolstapler's mark of, xxxvii. 383, 389 
Joseph, xvi. 327 ; xxxi. 475 ; xxxviii. 424 
Matthew, xxiv. 326, 327 
Mr., i. 189 (o), 190 (6), 209 (c) ; xii. 10, 395 ; 
xlv. 94, 96, 97 






CLA-CLE 



163 



Clarke continued 

Richard, xii. 383 

Robert, xii. 15 ; xxxv. 474 

Roland, xviii. 167 

Sir Rowland, xxv. 564 

Sir William, xxxvii. 16 
CLARKK, SOMEBS, on the west side of Westminster 

Hall, 1. 9 
Clarke, Thomas, xi. 211 ; xii. 357, 363 

Inscription of, in Tower of London, xiii. 
83 

Walter, xlii. 10 

William, xii. 375 ; xii. 336 
Clarkson, Mr., xxvi. 348 
Claromonte, Sir Louis de, xxxvi. 246 
Claryngtone, ix. 258 
Clasp, xxxv. 380 

Found at Desborough, Northants, xlv. 468 
Classernis, Isle of Lewis, temple at, xxii. 429 
Clater, Thomas, xxxii. 449 
Clatford, Wilts, kistvaen at, xxviii. 407, 414 
Clau, an artist, xxxv. 188 
Claudia, xvi. 110 ; xxxiii. 323 
Claudian, the poet, xix. 343 ; xii. 425 
Claudiocestria, xviii. 123 

Claudius, emperor, ix. 185 ; xxii. 436 ; xxiv. 
193 

Applied to the consuls for a right of fair, i. 
193 (a), 194 (&), 213 (c) 

Expedition of, to Britain, ii. 180 ; xliv. 66 

Knight put to death by, for wearing a charm, 
i. 216 (a), 218 (6), 237 (c) 

Letter to Regalian by, xlix. 116 

Milliary column of, xlviii. 101, 102 

Statue of, found at Civita Lavinia, xlix. 370 

See also Coins 

Claudius Grothicus, see Coins 
Claudius, saint, xxx. 118 
Clausentum, viii. 93 ; ix. 98 ; xv. 182, 188 ; 

xxviii. 416 ; xxix. 257 
Clavering, Essex, grant of, to duke of Clarence, 

xlvii. 417 
Clavering, Robert, i. xxv (a), xxvi (6), xxvii (c) 

Robert Fitz Roger Helke, or de, xxv. 617 



Clavile, Adeliza de, xl. 418 

Agnes de, xl. 418 

Alice de, xl. 418 

Gilbert de, xl. 418 

Hadewis de, xl. 418 

Joheta de, xl. 418 

John de, xl. 418, 423, 441 

Juliana de, xl. 418 

Mabilia de, xl. 418 

Ralph de, xl. 418 

Sir Roger de, xl. 418 

Thomas de, xl. 418 

Walter de, xl. 417, 418,441 

William do, xl. 418, 419 
Ci.AXTO\, JOHN, on Saxon arch at Dinton church, 

Buckinghamshire, x. 167 
Clay, used instead of mortar, iv. 107 

Walls, remains of, at Caburn, xlvi. 456 
Clay, Edward, xxxii. 441 

John, xiii. 12 

ilr., xii. 2 42 
Claybroke, Dr., xviii. 78 
Claybrooke, Leicestershire, xiii. 214 
Clay-Chester, xiii. 214 
Claydon, John, xx. 169 
Clay-gate, near Berwick, Scotland, x. 480 
Clay hill, Watton, Herts, x. 371 
Claypoole, James, xlvii. 84, 86 
Clayton, James, xxxii. 143; xliii. 223, 224 

John, xlv. 361 

Mr., ix. 324 

Sir Robert, xii. 187 
Cleansing week, xxv. 458 
Cleary, Mr., iii. 369 

Cleaver, found in Inglewood Forest, x. 106, 110 
Clee, Lincolnshire, pillars in church of, xliii. 87 

Dedication inscription at, xliii. 87 
Clee Ness, Lincolnshire, xxv. 136 
Cleef, Joost van, xxxix. 52 
Cleeve abbey, Somerset, founding of, 1. 317 
Cleigh hangre, x. 371 
Clemens Alexandrinns, iv. 259 

Q. Fulvius, name on an inscription, xlviii. 
38 

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Clement, Caesar, xxxvi. 75 

Eudes, xliii. 79 

James, iv. 31 

John, xxxvi. 77 

Margaret, xxxvi. 77 

Mr., vi. 63 

Clement III., pope, charter of, to Wells, 1. 316 
Clement IV., pope, iv. 206 ; xix. 3 
Clement V., pope, constitutions of, viii. 247 

Tonil) of. xxxvi. 4 

Clement VI., pope, Imlla of, xxv. GOO 
Clement VII., pope, x. 387 

Bull of, confirming title of defender of the 

faith to the king of England, xix. 1 
Clement, William, xxxvii. 277 
Clements. Mr., xii. 1'.I2 
Clements. Si. Cornwall, xin. 217 
Clcmcntt, Mr., swan-mark of, xvi. 153 
Clemincin. Diego, xxxvii. 60 
Clench-bolts. xii. 416 

From ISi'iioiiville, Xormandy, xlvii. 437 

Fnmi ( 'ifsar's camp, Folkestone, xlvii. 435, 
4 !;. 457, 45s, 462, 463 

From Finland, xlvii. 437 

From Le Catillon, Xormandy, xlvii. 437 

From ()/ingcll, Kent, xlvii. 437 

From Scandinavia, xlvii. 437 
Clcodelimla, princess, xxxiv. 429; xlix. 268, 274, 

27:, 

Cleopatra, figure of, in a cup, xv. 283 
Cleopatra's needle (London), xlviii. 422, 428, 

42: 

Clepsydra, .-< Clocks 
Clere, Gilbert, viii. 169 

John, xxvii. 170 
Clergy, cards prohibited to, viii. 158 

Compelled to be knights, xxxix. 226 

Right to tax themselves, vii. 338 
Cleris, John, xlii. 275 
Clerk, baron, ii. 188 

Captain, xxxv. 316 

Sir John, xlii. 301 

John, xv. 108 ; xxxviii. 46, 49 



Clerk continued 

Matthew, xxxv. 343 

Mr., v. 239 

Robert, xii. 94 

Roger, xii. 144 

Sir Thomas, xxxiv. 218 

William, xxxv. 13 
Clerk-ale, xii. 12 

Archaic origin of, 1. 197 
Clerk, duties of, at St. Stephen's, London, 1. 21, 

49 

Clerks, drunken, feast of, xv. 227 
Clermont, France, xxxix. 61 

Episcopal benediction at, xxiv. 9 

Epitaph of pope Genesius at, ii. 189 

Inscription on relics at, ii. 189 
Clermont Ferrand, France, sword at, xlv. 259 

Museum, horse-shoe in, xlvii. 451 
Clermont, count de, ix. 260 

Marechiil de, i. 214 (a), 215 (6), 235 (c) 
Cletherowe, Richard, admiralty seal of, xlvi. 

369 
Cleveland, Mr., xviii. 31 

Duchess of, xxviii. 196 
Cleveland, name of ship, xi. 186 
Cloves, Germany, Roman altar found near, xxvii. 

221 

Cleyboorne, Symonde, xii. 372 
Cleye, Milo de, xxxvii. 275 

Robert dc la, xxxvii. 288 
Cley, William, xxiv. 323 

Clibanarii, Persian soldiers so called, xix. 349 
Clideshow, Henry, xl. 238 
Cliff-carvings at Prsovo, xlix. 156 
Cliff-castles, Bedruthan, Cornwall, xliv. 424 

Columb minor, Cornwall, xliv. 423 

In Cornwall, xlix. 181 

Park head, Cornwall, xliv. 424 

Trevarrian, Cornwall, xliv. 424 
Cliffe, Mr., i. viii (a) (6) (c) 
Cliffe, Kent, xi. 369, 385 ; xii. 16 

Sedilia at, xi. 374 
Cliffe, St. Thomas at, Sussex, iii. 408 



CLI 



165 



Clifford hill, Northants, xxxv. 393 
Clifford, Sir Alexander, xxxiv. 315, 330 
Anne, xiii. 275 

Portrait of, xxvii. 331 
Captain, xxxiv. 312 
Sir Conyers, xxii. 174, 176, 180, 183; xxxiv. 

318 ; xxxv. 372 
Sir Edward, xx. 485 
George, earl of Cumberland, xiii. 275; xxxi. 

173; xxxiii. 217, 238, 282 

Autograph of, xxxiii. 282 

Plate presented to, by queen Elizabeth 
at the christening of his child, i. 
11 (a) (b), 12 (,) 

Henry, earl of Cumberland, xxxi. 177, 180 
Hugh, xix. 312 
J. de, xvi. 49, 78 
James, xliii. 180, 199 
, Joan de, xxxix. 442 
John de, xvii. 299 

Will of (1.192), 1. 18:5 
John, lord, xxix. 329 

Killed at Ferrybridge, ix. 254 
Sir Lewis, xxii. 264 
Lowis, ix. 377 
Margaret, xxxi. 243, 244 
Reinaud de, xxxix. 442 
Sir Richard, xx. 203 
Richard, bishop of London, xvii. 327 
Sir Robert, ii. 212; xxvii. 169 
Robert de, xxxix. 442 
Robert, lord Clifford, attended death-bed of 

Edward I. iii. 396 
Sir Roger, iii. 295 

Roger de, xvii. 298; xx. 160; xxxix. 442 
Rosamund, iv. 42 
Sir Thomas, xi. 433 ; xxii. 40 
Thomas, lord, xxix. 312 
Walter de, xxxix. 442 
Sir William, xxxiv. 423 
William, i. 353 (a), 355 (6), 379 (c) 
Clif t, William, xxv. 13 
Clifte, see Cliffe 
Clifton, Cornwall, xviii. 101 



Clifton, Gloucestershire, xix. 162 ; xliv. 428 
Clifton, Lancashire, urn from, ix. 191 
Clifton, Oxfordshire, font at, xi. 122 
Clifton, Worcestershire, viii. 225 
Clifton, Yorkshire, i. 62 (a) (b), 70 (c) 
Clifton, Amy, xl. 444 

Sir Gervase, xxi. 22 

Sir John, xxvi. 291, 293 ; xliii. 268 

Fragment of tomb of, found in \Vymond- 
ham abbey, xxvi. 292 

Nicholas, printer, xxv. 103 

Sir Roger, iii. 298 

Roger de, xxxix. 442 
dimping church, Sussex, dedication cross in. 

xlvii. 165 
Clinch, John, xxxv. 474 

Clinch-bolts, sec ('lunch-bolts 
Clint, ii cliff, xlv. 358 
Clinton, Arconbus dc. xvii. 313 

Kdwanl, carl of Lincoln, xxxiii. 212 

Elizabeth, xiii. 401 

Lady Klizabeth de, xxvi. :UM 

Sir.lohn. ii. 27!> ; iii. 29S ; xi. 51- 

John, lord, xxix. 346 

John de. xxxvii. 3U7 

Seal of, xxx viii. 272, 27.'! 

Kathcrine, xxxiii. 212 

Ralph de, xvii. 313 

William de, earl of Huntingdon, xxxviii. 272 
Clintonc, Hue de, xxxix. 442 

Joan de, xxxix. 442 
Clipping, John, bishop of Chichestcr, xlv. 1S">. 

196, 446 

Clipston, Notts, xxvi. 321 
Clissa, iii. 343 
Clist, Herebert de, xxx. 222 

Hubert de, xxx. 222 
Cliste, Gerard de, xl. 428 

William de, xl. 449 
Clitheroe, Lancashire, vii. 414 
Clive, see Cliffe 

Clivedone, Renand de, xxxix. 442 
Cliverger, Lancashire, xiii. 214 

Stump cross at, xiii. 214 



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Clochard, i. 41 (a) (t), 45 (c) ; see aUo Bell 

Tower 

Cloch-mcisi-cith, vii. 167 
Clocks and Watches : 

Albion, name of clock at Saint Alban's, v. 

422 ; xxxiii. 11 

Almond, watch the size of an, v. 426 
Antiquaries, Society of, astrological clock 

belonging to, WILLIAM HKXKV SMYTH 

on, xxxiii. 8 ; xxxiv. 1 
Astronomical clocks, v. 422, 424 
Astronomical and astrological clocks, 

CIIAI;I.I:S OCIAVHS MOKC.AX on, xxxiv. 

259 

Barlow a clock-maker, v. 428 

BAI:I:IV.TO\. I)AIM:S, on clocks, v. 410 
Holcyn, Anne, (|ueen, clocks of, v. 42") ; 

xxxiii. I'.' ; xxxiv. 12 
Hruce, king Koliert, watch said to have 

lieeii his, xxxiii. 8 
live, Henry, gubernator horologii, v. 

423 

Cii.se for a watch, xv. 27(5 
Charles I., clucks of. xlviii. 21'.' 
Charles II.. played in the Mall for watches, 

v. 127 

Chaucer, mention of clocks bv. v. 420 
Clepsydra, vi. !:!.">, 13S, !:>!>. 14u 
Clockmakers incorporated, v. 427 

At Delft, v. 423 

Company, history of, xxxiii. 95 

Company, extracts from journals of, 
xxxiii. 98 

To put their names on their goods, v. 

42S 

Crown wheel, xxxiii. 29 
Crystal watch, xv. 275 
Dante, notices of clocks by, v. 410 ; xxiv. 

5 ; xxxiii. 10 
Derham, William, the artificial clockmaker, 

v. 425 

Dondi, James, clockmaker, v. 423 
Fawkes, Gny, watch of, v. 427 
Froissart, mention of clock by, xxxiv. 6 



Clocks and Watches continued 
Going fuzee, xxxiii. 27 
Gwilym, Dafydd ap, mention of clocks by, 

xxxiv. 5 
Halbrecbt, Isaac, reputed invention of 

watches by, xxxiii. 9 
Henry VIII., watch of, v. 425 
Holbein, designed a clock, xxxiii. 16 
Horologia of the ancients, BEAUPR BELL on, 

vi. 133 
Huygens, Christian, improvements in clocks, 

v. 427 
Inscription on clocks and watches, v. 419, 

424, 427 

James I., clock of, xxi. 151 
Jovence, Jean de, clockmaker, v. 423 
Leicester, clock given to the earl of, xix. 

301 

Mary, queen of Scots, watch of, xxxiii. 9 
Merceide, a watchmaker, v. 426 
Nuremberg eggs, xxxiii. 9 
Parker, Matthew, archbishop of Canter- 
bury, clock of, xxx. 5 
Pendulum, invention of, xlvii. 467 
Poynet, John, bishop of Winchester, gave 

clock to Henry VIII., v. 425 
Quare, a clockmaker, v. 428 
Repeater, the, v. 428 
Salt with a clock in it, xv. 273, 270, 279, 

280 

Scape, the vertical, xxxiii. 28; xxxiv. 2 
Shakespeare, watch mentioned by, v. 426 
Stuff, with horologe on top, v. 427 
Stobil, part of a clock, xxxvii. 25 
Striking of clock, mentioned by Dante, v. 

410 ; xxxiii. 10 
Temperance has a clock for an emblem, 

xxxiv. 10 
Wallingford, Richard, treatise on clocks by, 

v. 422 

Watch case, xi. 94 
Watchmaking, OCTAVICS MORGAN on the art 

of, xxxiii. 84, 293 
Watches, early, xxxiii. 9 




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167 



Clocks and Watches continued 

Water clock, vi. 140 

Wic, Charles de, clockmaker, v. 423 

Zech, Jacob, clockmaker, v. 424 ; xxxiii. 20 

At Bruce castle, Fifeshire, v. 419 

At Canterbury, v. 419 

At Courtrai, v. 423; xx. 233 

At Darley abbey, xliii. 218 

At Dijon, xx. 233 

At Dover castle, xxxiii. 29 ; xxxiv. 3 

At Eltham, Kent, xxxiv. 54 

At Exeter cathedral, xxxiii. 12 

At Hampton court, v. 425 ; xxxiii. 13 

At Minchinhampton, xxxv. 422 

At Montargis, v. 423 

At Oxford, Christ Church cathedral, xxxiii. 
14 

At Oxford, Saint Mary's church, v. 418 ; 
xxxiii. 13 

At Paris, v. 423 ; xliv. 238 

At Prague, xxxiii. 25 

At Saint Alban's, v. 422 ; xxxiii. 11 

At Seville, v. 424 

At Stafford, priory of .saint Thomas, xliii. 
211 

At Strasburg, xxxiii. 25 

At Wells cathedral, xxxiii. 12 

At Windsor castle, xxxiii. 14 
Clock, to limp, xxxiii. 18 
Clockmaker, Thomas, xxxvii. 25 
Clod of earth, tenure by, xvii. 319 
Clog Almanac, see Almanac, Clog 
Clogs not to be worn in choir of Exeter cathe- 
dral, xviii. 412 

Cloghe Grennam castle, Ireland, xxviii. 137 
Cloncagh, Limerick, xliii. 135 
Clondalkin, Ireland, round tower of, doorway of, 

xxxviii. 151 

Clonloqhim, family of, xxvii. 128 
Clonmore, Ireland, xliii. 135 
Cloos, John, xlv. 168, 225 
Cloot bar, near Crowland, Lincolnshire, iii. 99 
Cloovis, i. e. gloves, see Costume 
Clopton, Kent, xxxi. 217 



Clopton, Joan, xi. 56 

John, xi. 211 ; xli. 35, 36 ; xlii. 289 

Robert de, xvi. 49, 77 

Sir William, xi. 56 

Close, Nicholas, bishop of Carlisle, xxix. 323 
Closeburn castle, Scotland, x. 102 ; xi. 429 
Close-rolls, extracts from, as to currency of nobles 

in Flanders, xlvii. 155 
Close-y-Gaveilion, Wales, vii. 209 
Closh, a game, xxvi. 277 
Clota, river (Ptolemy), xlviii. 384 
Cloth, church vestments of (1460), 1. 38, 39 

Duty on, xlix. 217, 218 

Of gold, green, white and purple, i. 377 (a), 
379 (/<), 404 (c) 

Urns, lined with, xliii. 320 

Woollen, to be sealed, viii. 450 
Cloth of Gold, Field of the, iii. 190 

Account of, li\- KhWAitii H.U.I., iii. !'.'- 

Sculpture representing at Koucn, iii. 199 
Clothaire, iii. L'">2 ; vii. Inl 
Clothildis, wife of C'lovis, vii. ln[ 
Clothing, early British, evidence as to. 1. 292 

Materials, 10th cent, inventory of, xlviii. 144 
Cloth workers' company, xxxi. 39U 
Clotworthe, Robert, xii. 307 
Clotworthy, Sir John, xxxviii. '.)'2'2 
Cloud-myths, the Amazons, .xlviii. 375 
Clouds on tapestry, xxi. 204 
Clough, Charles Butler, xxvi. 423 

Edward, goldsmith of Lincoln, xlviii. 185 
Cloughe, Edward, swan-mark of, xvi. 153 
Cloughton Bank, Yorkshire, xxxiv. 447 
Clouston, Charles, xxxiv. 92 

T. S., xliii. 347 
Clout, of a waggon, xvi. 91 
Clout-nails, xxvi. 405 
Clover Hill, Sligo, carved stone cist from, xlrii. 

478 

Clovesho, the council of, iv. 51 
Clovis, iii. 252 

Baptism of, x. 208 

Tomb of, destroyed by Normans, iii. 389 
Glowers, xli. 359 






168 



CLO-COA 



Clowes, W., xxx. 427 
Cloxton, William, xxv. 390 

Cloyne, Ireland, round tower at, i. 305 (a), 307 
(i), 329 (c) 

Cruciform object from, xliv. 483 
Clun, Shropshire, corporation lands at, xlvi. 412 
Clunburry, Shropshire, xviii. 430 
('lunch, iv. 95 
Climes, major, xix. 411 
Clunloiian, barony of, Ireland, ii. 34 
duny, France, xxxii. 122 

Abbot of, x. 252 

Al>l)i>y, customs at, xlix. '2-7 
Sculptures at, xliv. 181 
Cliinv cast It-, Scotland, xxi. 487 
dtisa. Walter df. xxxi. 234 
('lusf. William dc, xxv. 014 
Clusscnbach. (leorLre von, .sculptor at Prague, 

xlix. _';:; 

Martin von, xlix. 203 

Clutterbuck, J. C., xxxviii. 328; xxxix. 135; xlii. 
455 

.lames, xxvii. 2'J.S 

L., xliv. 17i) 

Thomas, xvii. :5::! 
Clyde, the river ( Ptolemy), xlviii. 384 

Prehistoric boats found in, 1. 37U 
Clyf, William, xvi. 120 
Clyff, Hastian, xliii. 225 
C'lyfTe. John, xii. .'>77 

William, xxxi. 383 
Clykett-locks, xxxvii. 25 
Clymcshond, Cornwall, xii. 37 
Clympyng, John, re Clipping, John 
dyne, William de, xxxvii. 287 
Clynnog church, Wales, scdilia at, x. 287 

Ma/.er belonging to, 1. 155 
Cly ve, the parson of, fined in the Star Chamber, 

xxv. 390 

Cnane, Robert le, xxxvii. 297 
C'nidus, the, promontory of, xlix. 347 
Cnolle, see Knowle 
Cnotte, Adam, xxxvii. 296 

llawysa, xxxvii. 296 



Cnut, origin of the name, xliii. 114 
King, iii. 3 ; x. 234 ; xii. 397 

Battles between him and Edmund Iron- 
side, RICHARD WILLIS on, viii. 106 
Builds church at St. Edmund's Bury, 

i. 172 (a) (b), 191 (c) 
Coronation of, illumination of, iii. 186 
Gave the Pnsey horn to the ancestors of 

the family, iii. 13 
Gives Brunton to the church of York, i. 

172 (a) (b), 191 (c) 
Gives land at Patrington to the church 

of York, i. 171 (a) (6), 190 (c) 
Gives Sandwich to the church of Canter- 
bury, i. 172 () (6), 191 (c) 
Gives Staindrop to the church of Durham, 

i. 172 (a) (l>), 191 (c) 
Grar.ts privilege to Glastonbury, i. 172 

() (/-), 191 (c) 
Played at chess, xxiv. 280 
Receives homage of Malcolm of Scot- 
land, i. 172 (a) (b), 191 (c) 
Runic stones which speak of, GEORGE 

STKIMIKXS on, xliii. 97 
Tomb of, opened, iii. 391 
Cnut, Jarl, of Sweden, obit of, xlvi. 247 
Cnut, saint, feast of, erased from a Danish MS. 

psalter, xlvi. 245 
Coaches, xxx. 5 ; xxxii. 399 
Derivation of, xx. 453 
Bill proposed to stop the increase of, temp. 

Elizabeth, iii. 171 
Coad, John, xxxiv. 350 
Coal, ii. 156 

For Easter, xxxvi. 224, 225 

Found at Roman station] of South Shields, 

xlvi. 170 

Signifying charcoal, xv. 353 
Smoke of, injures buildings, iv. 226 
The Newcastle, iv. 226 

Coal money, found in the Isle of Purbeck, xvi. 363 
Coal pits, used for glass making, xlvi. 99, 108 
Coale, Mrs., xxxvii. 232 
Roger, xliv. 416 






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169 



Coast, washing away of, xli. 431 

Coast Hill, Surrey, ix. 99 

Coat of Our Lady, xliii. 241 

Coat and conduct money, viii. 356 

Coates, John, abbot of Tewkesbury, xiv. 151 

Thomas, xxvii. 434 
Coats, payment for, for army, temp. Henry VIII., 

xlvii. 328, 329, 331 
Coats, Great, Lincolnshire, sepulchral brass at, 

xlii. 292 

Cobalt, used for staining glass blue, xlvi. 107 
Cobb, Alice, viii. 77 

David, viii. 298 

Edmund, xxv. 426 

Mr., xxxvii. 15 

Margaret, viii. 77 

Richard, viii. 77 

Thomas, xxxix. 25 
Cobbe, John, xl. 389 

Robert, xxxvii. 283 
Cobbeham, Henri do, xxxix. 442 

Robert do, xxxix. 442 
Cobbys, Mr., xxv. 450 

Coberds, the irons which support a spit, xliii. 222 
Cobham, Kent, xi. 389 

College at, xi. 350 

Church, brasses in, xxxi. 511 ; xlvi. 251 
Credence table in, xi. 355 
Font in, x. 192 
Sedilia in, xi. 373 

Cobham, Lord, see Brooke, George ; Brooke, 
Henry ; Brooke, John ; Brooke, William ; 
Oldcastle, John 

Family of, xlvi. 249, 250 

Sir Henry, xxxii. 276 

Henry, xxxv. 207 

Sir John, xi. 344 

John, xviii. 447 

R. de, xxxi. 5 

Sir Ralph, xxxv. 468 

Sir Reginald, xxxi. 139 

Thomas, inscription by, in Tower of London, 
xiii. 83 

Sir William, xviii. 154 



Cobham continued 

W., xiv. 32 

Cobham pearl, the, xxi. 152 
Cob-irons, xxi. 269 ; xliii. 222 
Cob-loaves, xiv. 180 
Coblenz, Germany, xxxiv. 234; xxxv. 9 
Cobler, captain, the assumed name of Matthew 
Mackerel, abbot of Barlings, in the Lin- 
colnshire rebellion (1536), xxiii. 334 
Cobs hall, Lincoln castle, vi. 265 
Coburley, Thomas, xxxviii. 135 
C'oburn, John, xxxii. 143 

James, xl. 12S 
Cob- walls, xxx. 4'J5 
Coc, Hamon, xi. 258 
Coccilius, v. 141 
Cocciiim. i. 6:> () (L), 71 (c), 65 (n) (I,). 7:'< (,)-. 

xiii. 223 
The Jus Latium said to have been conferred 

upon it, i. 7L (n), 72 (I,), SO (,) 
Cocclaeus, Johannes, xxxiii. b6 
Coch, said to mean red in British, i. (iii (./) (/.). 

74 (r) 

Coch castle, Wales, iii. 1 14 
Cochcrell, Xormandy, Uauli.sh burial-place at, ii 

119 

Cocherell, Mons., ii. 119 
COCHKT, i.'AiiiiK, xxxv. 22:> 

Note sui- les Fouilles exi'cuti'es a la Made- 
leine de Bernay, xxxviii. 66 
Sur les .Sepultures Clin'tienues de la pcriodo 
Anglo-Xormande, trouves a Houteilles 
pres Dieppe, xxxvi. 258 ; xxxvii. 32, 399 
On the interment of a Frankish warrior at 

Envermeu, France, xxxvii. 102 
Notice sur une ancienne statue deGuillaume 
le Conquerant conservee dans 1'Eglise 
de Saint Victor 1'abbaye, xl. 398 
Sur les explorations des anciens cimetieres 
de Roux - Mesnil et d'Etran en Nor- 
mandie, xxxix. 117 
Cocideus, a god, xi. 70; xiii. 402 
Cock, sacred to Apollo, Mercury, Aesculapius, 
and Mars, iii. 139; iv. 419; xxviii. 4 
Z 



170 



COC-COE 



Cock continued 

A Japanese zodiacal sign, xlvii. 342 

Bones of, found in urn at Canterbury, xxviii. 

4 

Crowing, represented on a coin, iii. 136 
On the hoop, an inn sign, xviii. 197 
On vase, xxiii. 132, 133, 184, 240 ; xxxii. 257 
Remains of, from Caburn, xlvi. 445 
Tenant's rent in Barneslcy, xlvii. 95, 105 
The. compared by Aristophanes to the king 

of Persia, iii. 14<i 
Tlic emblem of vigilance, xxiv. 39 
The. nil Gallic coins. FKUIUNAXII KKM.ER on, 

xxxi. "-IK I 
With human heads on ancient vase, xxiii. 

ir,s 

Cock-feeders, iii. 1 i-ii 
Cock-fighting, at Athens, partly a religious and 

partly a political custom, iii. 142 
A memoir on, by S.A.MCKI, PKHHK, iii. 132 
A royal diversion, iii. 148 
.lames I. fond of, iii. 148 
On Shrove Tuesday, iii. 147 
Prohibited by an Act of Parliament of 

Oliver Cromwell, iii. 148 
Prohibited, /.;;>. Edward III., Henry VIII., 

and Elizabeth, iii. 148 
Represented in the coin of the Dardanii, iii. 

135 

Represented on a gem, iii. 136 
Reprobated by Columella, iii. 143 
Spurs used by Asiatics in, iii. 149 
Spurs for, mentioned by Pliny, iii. 149 
Cock-pit, Arthur's round table near Penrith used 

as a, ii. ">0 

At Whitehall, built by Henry VIII., iii. 148 
In Drury Lane, iii. 148 
In Jewin Street, London, iii. 148 
Cock of the wood, iii. 72 
Cock, Jane, v. 81 

Cockayne, John, xxxvi. 25 ; xliii. 268 
Cockburn, James, xl. 128 
Cockden, Mr., xxv. 449 
Thomas, xxv. 459, 462 



Cocke, William, xxxv. 12 
Cockerel!, John, x. 200 

Katherine, x. 200 
Cockerraouth, Cumberland, xiv. 114 

Chapel of All Saints at, xx. 128 
Cockes, Francis, xii. 358 

Richard, xxxv. 19 
Cockfield Fell, Durham, ix. 283 
Cockford, Hants, a hill, ii. 152 
Cocking, John, i. 381 (a), 383 (6), 409 (c) 
Cockle strewer, an office, vii. 122 
Cockly chapel, Lancashire, i. 68 (a) (6), 76 (c) 
Cockride, Wiltshire, xxxvii. 261 
Cocks, John Sommers, ix. 3 
Cockspur Street, origin of name, iii. 149 
Codes, Peter, xliv. 447 
Cocoa-nuts, xv. 276 

Mounted with silver, in monastic plate, xlviL 
58 

Used as money, xiii. 186 
Cocon, Pire, xxxviii. 250 
Cocraca, Godric, xxx. 222 
Coctus, n kind of brick, ii. 187 
Cod, payment of, for purveyance, viii. 350 
Coddcnham, Suffolk, Roman speculum found at, 

xxvii. 3.J9, 360 
Coddercng, xlii. 410 
Coderagge, Baudwin, xxxix. 446 
Codestock, xvii. 318 

Codeston, Worcester, hoar-stone at, xxv. 26 
Codilled, term in the game of ombre, viii. 138 
Codington, Richard, xlii. 307 
Codognan, France, xxxiv. 69 
Codynge, Richard de, xlv. 431 
Coe, Arnold, xxv. 391 
Coed, ii. 363 

Coel, King Coel's kitchen, xxix. 245 
Coelfrid, viii. 168 

Abbot of Girwy, iv. 103 
Coel 11 in, meaning the atmosphere, iv. 324 
Coelwnlf, king of Northumbria, xxv. 286 
Coenfrith, earl of Mercia, grant to Malmesbury, 

xxxvii. 259 
Coenred, king of Northumbria, xxv. 286 



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171 



Cocnvulf, king of Mercia, x. 232 ; xxiii. 396 
Coepiscopus, vii. 366 
Coesford, the ancaress of, xxv. 524 
Coetus, the constellation of, xxvi. 155 
Coffer, German, xxxii. 404 

Bronze, found at Strood, Kent, xxxviii. 350 
Coffer- work, iv. 98 
Coffin, a pie-crust, xv. 12 
Coffin, Edward, xiii. 84 
Sir George, xviii. 446 
James, xxviii. 21 
Coffins : 

Not used for burial, temp. Eliz., xlvi. 319 

Drain hole in, xlv. 393 

Alemannic, xxxvi. 132, 133, 1GO 

At Beeding, Sussex, xliv. 14 

At Beverley, Yorkshire, xliv. 13 

Of Joanna do Bohun, in Hereford cathedral, 

xxxii. 60 

At Cairngall, Aberdeenshire, xliv. 15 
At Culsalmond, Aberdeenshire, xliv. 15 
At Great Driffield, Yorkshire, xliv. 13 
At Edinburgh, xliv. 15 
Found in Gloucester, sketch of, vii. 381 
Found at Gristhorpe, Yorkshire, xxx. 460 

xliv. 13 

Of Queen Katharine Parr, ix. 1 
At Oberflacht, Suabia, xliv. 15 
Fragment of found in Reading abbey, xviii. 

272 

At Selby, Yorkshire, xliv. 13 
At Stowborough, Dorsetshire, xliv. 14 
At Vollersten, Denmark, xliv. 15 
Of glass, in Persia, xlvi. 91 
Of gold, Constantino the Great buried in, iii. 

389 
Handles of found in Hereford cathedral, 

xxxi. 252 
Leaden, xlii. 421 

Found at Bow, CHARLES ROACH SMITH 

on, xxxi. 308, 309 

Found at Coutance, France, xxxi. 461 
Found in Kent Road, London, xvii. 333 
From Kingsholm, vii. 376, 381 ; xxv. 10 






Coffins continued 

At Southflcet, Kent, xiv. 38 

Found in the Temple church, xxix. 399 

Of William de Warren and Gundrada 

his wife, xxxi. 438 
From Warwick Square, London, xlviii- 

224 

From Wymondham abbey, xxvi. 293 
Of white marble, found at Grnntacester, iv. 

105 

Lids found in Cambridge castle, xvii. 228 
Lid of Roman. Friford, Berkshire, xlii. 428, 

485 

Oak, at Feathcrstone castle, Northumber- 
land, xliv. 8, 9, 11, 12 

Stone, use of discontinued after 13th cen- 
tury, ii. 298 

At Acoiuhe, Yorkshire, v. l2lM 
Found in Cambridge castle, viii. 63, 65 
At Fri.sknev, Lincolnshire, xlviii. 2"o 
At I'hnnpton, Yorkshire, v. 226 
Found at Saint Albans, xvii. 336 
Found at Christchurcli Twynham, Hants, 

S.VMi'Ki. l'i.i:iii: on, v. 224 
Found at Ware, xv. 4u5 
Wooden, used by Franks, xxxv. 221 
Coffingarde, Piero, xii. 385 
Coffland, Mr., xlv. 97 
Cofton, Worcestershire, xxv. 35 
Cog, a kind of ship, xxi. 234 
Cogan, Richard, xxvi. 341 
Coggcshall, Essex, v. 140, 142 ; xii. 26 

Church, consecration crosses in, xlviii. 460 
Coggeshale, Ralph, iv. 40 
Coggeshall, William de, i. 381 (a), 383 (I, 

409 (c) 

Coghill, Sir Thomas, xxxvii. 438 
Coghin, Sir Andrew, xxxvii. 230 
Cogidunns, xviii. 219 ; xxxiii. 187, 310 
Coglione, Bartolomeo, statue of, at Venice, xviii. 

195 

Cognac, church at, xxxv. 44, 45 
Cogniers, Sir John, iii. 286 
Cohen, Francis, see Palgrave, Sir Francis 

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Coif of mail, see Arms 

Coif, on n figure in wall-painting at Guildford, 

xlix. 205 

Coi6, the high priest, i. 44 (a) (fc), 48 (c) 
Coillart, a military engine, see Arms 
Coimbatoor, India, xxi. 2 

Coin in mouth of a skeleton, xxri. 372; xxix. 146 
Coinage, regulations as to (1550), xviii. 137 

Argon turn fractum, 1. 519 
Coin-holder. Stowting, Kent, xli. 413 
Coining, medieval method of, iv. 141 
Coins and Medals : 

Abdera, xlviii. 3(57 

Aegina. xviii. 34(5 

Aella, xxv. 303 

Aethelbearht, xix. 1 1> 

Acthelweard, xix. Ill, IIS 

Africa, Central, use of iron as money in, 
xlvi. 437 

Agathocles, xix. 370 

Aimundus, rex Siciliae, iv. 193 

Ai.\-l:i-('hapelle, xxviii. 71 

Albinus, xxx. 129 

Alexander the Great, xvi. 17'.' 

Alexander of Scotland, xxiv. 158; xxviii. 
68 

Alfred, ii. (!S ; xlix. 407 

Alleetiis, xxvii. US, 14!) ; xxix. 1GG, 259. 
xxx. 1 _>:, 544 

Alost, xxviii. 67 

Angsler, a Swedish coin, xiii. 186 

Ancyra. xxxiii. 37 

Anglo-Gallic, xxviii. 70, 73 

Anlaf, xlix. 407 

Antonia, xlvi. 333 

Antoninus Pius, xxiii. 367 ; xxix. 419; xlvi. 2 

Apamean medal, CHARLES COMBE on, iv. 347 
DAIXES BARRIXGTON on, vi. 315 
.1 IKKMIAII MILLES on, vi. 331 

Apollonia, xlviii. 6, 43 

Af|uitaine, xxviii. 70 

Arabic, when first struck, xviii. 309 

Arcadins, v. 293 ; xlvi. 365 

Assos, xlviii. 367 



Coins and Medals continued 
Athelstan, xlix. 407 
Atusa, xvi. 9, 11, 89 
Atvwlf, xxv. 309 
Aurelian, xlviii. 20 

Aurelius, xxix. 164 ; xxx. 129 ; xlix. 10 
Ballaeos, xlviii. 44; xlix. 10 
Basilis, xviii. 344 
Belindi, xxxi. 297 
Berhtulf, xix. 112, 118; xxiii. 396; xxvii. 

302 

Beornwlf, xix. 112, 118; xxiii. 396 
Blank, a Dutch coin, xiii. 186 
Boadicea, xxxiii. 187 
Bo?otia, xlviii. 6 
Bohemia and Poland, John of, xxiv. 157, 

161 

Bona of Savoy, xxiv. 19, 450 
Britain, map of, showing the finds of British 

coins, xxxiii. 190 

British, xxii. 297 ; xxv. 597 ; xxix. 419 ; 

xxxii. 355; xxxiii. 182, 185, 190; xxxiv. 

446 ; xlvi. 459, 470, 471, 483, 484, 485, 

487, 491, 495 ; xlviii. 228 

Burgrcd, ii. 5; ix. 188; xi. 84; xix. 113; 

xxiii. 396 

Burgundy, Odo, duke of, xxxvi. 202 
Burial of coins with the dead, xiii. 427 
Byzantine, xlix. 32 
Caligula, xxiii. 367 ; xlvi. 364 
Carausius, xxx. 554; xxxvii. 114; xxxix- 
166, 219, 258; xl. 412; xlvi. 340,341; 
xlviii. 332, 338 ; xlix. 119 
Celtic coinage, features of, xlix. 21 
Charles I., xiii. 23, 408 

Medal on death of, xiv. 281 
Charles II., xlviii. 247 

Medal on birth of, xiii. 20 
Charles the Bold, duke of Burgundy, xlvi. 

270 

Charles IV. of Spain, xlviii. 247 
Ceolnoth, xix. 114; xxvii. 301 
Ceolwlf, xix. 112, 118; xxiii. 396; xxvii. 
302 



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Coins and Medals continued 
Ceonwlf, xxvii. 302 
Chinese, found in Ireland, vii. 169 
Christian V. of Denmark, medal of, xxx. 

540 
Claudius, xxix. 418 ; xlvi. 333 ; xlviii. 

245 

Claudius Gothicus, xlvi. 338 
Coin in mouth of skeleton, xxvi. 372 ; xxix. 

146 
Coins cut in halves and quarters, xxxviii. 

76 
Commodus, xxix. 164,419; xxxi. 280; xlvi. 

336 ; xlviii. 246 
Constantino family, xxix. 419; xxx. 130; 

xxxvi. 82 ; xlvi. 339, 340, 305 ; xlviii. 

20, 337, 338 ; 1. 387 
Corinth, xlviii. 43 
Counters, xlviii. 247 
Crispus, xxix. 166 

Cufic, STEPHEN WESTOX on, xviii. 309 
Cunobeline, x. 149 ; xvi. 140 ; xix. 410 ; 

xxxii. 350 

Cyparissia, xvi. 179, 278 
Damastion, xlix. 38 
Danish, xviii. 199, 202 
Daorsi, xlix. 40 

David I. of Scotland, xxxvi. 202 
Denarii, gold nobles called, iii. 317 
Dinas, a Turkish coin, xiii. 180 
Diner, a Genoese coin, xiii. ISO 
Diocletian, xlvi. 339 
Domitiac, xlvi. 359 
Dot, a Dutch coin, xiii. 180 
Durham, episcopal coins of, v. 335 
Dyrrhacliinm, xlviii. 0, 43 ; xlix. 31 
Eadmnnd, xix. 113; xlix. 407 
Eanbald, xxv. 305, 306 ; xxvi. 348 
Eanred, xxv. 295, 306 ; xxvi. 348 
Eastern empire, xlix. 32 
Ecgfrid, xxv. 291 
Edessa, xvi. 179, 273 
Edward the Confessor, iv. 358 ; xxxiv. 446 ; 

xlix. 407 



Coins and Medals continued 

Edward I., xxiv. 148 ; xxviii. 47 

Edward II., xxiv. 148 ; xxviii. 47 

Edward III., iii. 316; v. 106; xlvii. 138, 141, 

146, 150 
Edwin, xiii. 308 

Egbert, xix. 114, 118; xxvii. 302 
Egbert, archbishop of York, xxvi. 348 
Elizabeth of Hungary, medal of, xviii. 432 
Ephcsus, xlviii. 24 
Ethelard, xiii. 308 

Ethelrod, xxv. 29H, 300 ; xxvi. 348 ; xxvii. 149 
Ethelstan, xix. 113; xxvii. 3u2 
Ethelvulf, xix. 115, 11*; xxvii. 3n2 
Eustace of liologne, v. 4ul ; xxxvi. 202 
Farthing of gold, iii. 317 ; xv. 107 
Faustina, v. 1(>0; xxix. 104; xxxiii. 343; 

xlvi. 2: xlviii. 240; xlix. 150 
Fcrrara, dukes of, xlix. 273 
Flanders, Robert of, xxiv. 157, 101 

Gold nobles of, xlvii. 143 145, 155 
Florin when lirst coined, iv. 192 

Origin of name, iii. 320 
Franc, value of, xx. 173 
Frederick II., emperor, xxiv. 353 
Gades, xvi. 9, -7'2 ; xxxiii. ISO 
Gallienus, ix. 01 ; xxi.x. 419; xlvi. 338; xlix. 

118, 119 

George I., xlviii. 247 
George II., xlviii. 247 
German, xlix. 273 
Germanicopolis, xvii. 218 
Gloucester, Robert, earl of, iv. 132 ; v. 390 
Gratian, xxx. 131 ; xlvi. 168 
Greek, xlviii. 44, 367, 368 
Greek, STEPHEN* WESTOX on, xvi. 9 
Greenhithe, token of, xlviii. 247 
Groat, introduction of, xlvii. 144 
Hadrian, xviii. 423; xxii. 346; xxiii. 395; 

xxv. 7, 22; xxxii. 393; xxxiii. 344; 

xxxvi. 205 ; xlvi. 2, 246 ; xlix. 10 
Harold II., iv. 358 
Heardvlf, xxv. 292 
Helena, xxix. 166 



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Coins and Medals continued 
Henry I., xxi. 539 

Henry II., xviii. 1, 2, 7; xxxvi. 201, 202 
Henry VIII., xlix. 272 
Heraclea, xvi. 9, 12 

Holed, from Marston, xlviii. 328, 332, 338 
Honorius, v. 293 

Hugh, count of Anjou, xxxvi. 201 
lllyrinn. xlviii. 43; xlix. 89 
India, xlviii. 313 
Indo-Sythie, xlviii. 302 
Irish, xxiv. 159 
Iron bars used as. xlvi. 437 
Irons. elij>|ier of the, xv. 1(J7 
Italy, xlix. 273 
Jetton, xxxvi. lS{ 

John of Scotland, xxiv. 15S ; xxviii. (>!' 
Julia Doinna. xlvi. 2 
'oiiora. empress, xliii. "> 
iinoges. xlix. 4i '7 
ntiis I\'.. of Bavaria, xxviii. 71 

uis IX. of France, xlvii 111 
jiieilla. empress, xxviii. 449 
.aicius. kiiiLT of Britain, xxxiii. 313 
jiixemburg, (iiiak'ran of, xxiv. iri7, 1(>1 
,yl)ia. xvi. !'. 14 
.yeia. xlviii. 3n3. 3U4 
jykkeios, xlvni. 43 
Macedoniii, xiv. 14. Ill; xlviii. 3u3 
Masrnentius, xxx. 13U; xxxiv. 23 
Marcus Aurelius, xxx. 129 
Marriage medals, xvii. 124; xxxvii. 98 
Maxentius, 1. 3S7 

Maximian. xxix. !<>('>; xlvi. 339 ; xlviii. 240 
Medal of sixteenth century, an imitation of 

a Roman coin, xxxii. 393 
Medals, satirical, F. P. Gouiun.v on, ix. 61 
Mercia, kings of, EDWARD HAWKINS on, xxiii. 

395, 396 

Mint marks of Kdward IV., list of, xv. 171 
Minted in Gaul and Britain, the radiated 

crown on, xlvii. 479 

Moulds for casting Roman coins, xiv. 91, 99 ; 
six. 412 ; xxiv. 349 ; xliii. 130 



Coins and Medals continued 

Nero, xxix. 419 ; xlviii. 245 

Nerva, iii. 165 ; xlvi. 2 

Newmarket, token of, xlviii. 247 

Noble, George, xlvii. 296 

Noble, as a money term, still used at War- 
minster, xlvii. 140 
Origin of coinage of, xlvii. 142 

Northumbria, xlix. 407 

Nuremberg counters, xlviii. 247 

Offa, xxiii. 403, 404 

Orkin, a Dutch coin, xiii. 186 

Ostrogoths, xlviii. 52 

Otho, ix. 287 

Palmyra, vi. 130 

Parthian, iii. 1(53 

Pavia, xlix. 407 

Philip of France, x. 465 

Philip the Hold, duke of Burgundy, xlvii. 
139, 143, 153 

Phoenician, xiv. ">0, 132 

Pipin, king of Soissons, xix. 117 

Places where found : 

Acton Scott, Salop, xxxi. 345 
Barnack, Northants, i. 61 (a) (b), 68 (c) 
Bath House Hills, Norfolk, xxiii. 367 
Bea worth, Hants, xxvi. 1,24 
Blackrode, Lancashire, i. 63 (a)(7/), 71 (c) 
Box Moor, Herts, xxxv. 66 
Bramham Moor, Yorks, xviii. 2 
Breach Downs, Kent, xlviii. 338 
Brighthampton, Oxon, xxxviii. 86 
Broomhead Moor, Yorks, v. 94 
Bruce castle, Fifeshire, v. 419 
Bungay, Suffolk, xxiii. 367 
Cabnrn, Sussex, xlvi. 459, 470, 471, 483, 

484, 485, 487, 491, 495 
Caerleon, Monmouthshire, ii. 5 
Caerwent, Monmouthshire, xxxvi. 428 
Cardiff, Glamorganshire, ii. 10 
Carlisle, Cumberland, viii. 428 
Carn-bre, Cornwall, xxix. 247 
Castor, Norfolk, xx. 578 






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Coins and Medals continued 

Castle Acre, Norfolk, xxiii. 371 
Chatburno, Lancashire, vii. 414 
Chatham Downs, Kent, xlviii. 338 
Chesterford, Essex, xxxii. 353, 355 
Cleeve, Worcestershire, xvii. 329 
Cilurnum, Northumberland, xlvi. 2 
Civita Lavinia, Italy, xlix. 378 
Clitheroe, Lancashire, vii. 414 
Colchester, Essex, iii. 165 
Cowbridge, Glamorganshire, ii. 15 
Cunvil, Carmarthenshire, ii. 18 
Derbyshire, x. 30 
Devynnog, Brecknockshire, ii. 23 
Dorking, Surrey, xix. 109, 118 
Dove, the river, xxiv. 148 
Duston, Northants, xliii. 129, 130 
Ely, Isle of, Cambs, ii. 3(5(3 
Epitaurum, xlviii. 20 
Fenwick, Northumberland, v. 1G(5 
Folkestone, Caesar's camp, Kent, xlvii. 

436, 457, 464 

Gayton, Northants, xxx. 129 
Gloucester, ix. 371 

Graham's Dyke, Auchindavie, iii. 118 
Gruda, xlviii. 37 

Hampton in Arden, Warwickshire, vii. 41 3 
Hemel Hempsted, Herts, xxxiv. 397 
Hexham, Northumberland, xxv. 279 ; 

xx vi. 346, 348 
Hod Hill, Dorset, xlvi. 470 
Horden, Yorks, ii. 181 
Horkesley, Essex, xlvi. 270 
Huddersfield, Yorks, ii. 181 
India, ix. 81 ; xxi. 1, 5 
Keston, Kent, xxxvi. 123 
Kingsholm, Gloucestershire, xviii. 124 
Kintbury, Berks, viii. 430 
Kirk-Oswald, xxv. 280 
Konjica, xlix. 15 

Landebie, Caermarthenshire, ii. 18 
Landevane Bath, ii. 18 
Lapac, xlviii. 56 
Llanvair is C&ed, Monmouthshire, iL 4 



Coins and Medals continued 

London, Birchin Lane, viii. 126 
Coleman Street, xxrii. 1-18 
Honey Lane, xxvii. 149 
London Bridge, xxv. 600 ; xxix. 166 
Lombard Street, viii. 126 
Queen Street, xxx. 544 
Saint Mary Hill, iv. 35(5 
The Tower, v. 291 
Warwick Square, xlviii. 245, 246, 247 

Mansfield Woodhouse, Xotts, viii. 3(56 

Marks' Tey, Essex, xxix. 247 

Marston St. Lawrence, Northants, xlviii. 
328, 332, 338 

Melfoi-d, Suffolk, xxiii. 395 

Melochia, xlix. 67 

Miskin, ii. 14 

Mokro Polje. xlviii. 99 

Narona, xlviii. 77 

Numi, lake. 1. ('>< 

Noricum, xlix. 21 

Oldcastle. Monmouthshire, ii. 24 

Permia, Russia, ii. 22"i 

Peterborough, Northants. \ili. 43u 

Plevlje. xlix. 31. 32 

Plymouth, Devon, xxv. .V. 1 ? 

Prsovo, xlix. !">(> 

Ragusa Vecchia, xlviii. t! 

Risano. xlviii. 43 

Risinium, xlviii. 42, 44 

Rome, xlix. 407 

Rumanovo, xlix. 15(5 

Sevington, Kent, xxvii. 3ol, 302 

Shields, South, Durham, xlvi. 163, 168 

Sicily, xlviii. 43 

Silchester, Hants, xlvi. 333, 336,338,339, 
340,341,353, 354,359,364,365; 1.274 

Sleaford, Lincolnshire, 1. 384, 387, 390, 
391, 393, 399, 401, 403, 404 

Stavernen House, Monmouthshire, ii. 21 

Strmica, xlviii. 61 

Tanjevo, xlix. 62 

Tealby, Lincolnshire, xviii. 1 

Thames, the, xxix. 161 




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Coins and Medals continued 

Tutbnry, Staffordshire, xxiv. 168 

Varca, xlviii. 60 

Wakcfield, Yorks, xvii. 333 ; xix. 412 ; 
xxiv. 349 

Wanstcd Park, Essex, i. 74 (a) (6), 83 (c) 

Welton, Xorthants, xlviii. 337 

Westbury, Wiltshire, xlvii. 137 

Weycock, Berks, xlvi. 471 

Weymouth, Dorset, xlvi. 447 

Worcester, xxxvi. 200, 202 

Wyeoinbe, High. Bucks, xxii. 297 

Wvke, Yorks, xxviii. 47 

York, ii. 178 
Plantngenet, Edmund Crouchback, iv. 190 

Kdwnrd. Black Prince, iv. 194 
Plegmund.archbishoriof Canterbury, xlix. 407 
Plot inn. xx. 57S 
PoitcviiH 1 , xx. 15 I- 
I'ostuinus. xxxii. 65; 1. 403 
Ptolemy VI., xvi. 3i;(i 
Rutisbnn. xlix. 1<>7 
Reading, monastic coins of, v. 335 
Rcdulf. xxv. 3ol, :{Ut>; xxvi. 34S 
Robert, earl of (lloueester, iv. 132; v. 390 
Riehurd II.. i. 79 (.1; (/,), 88 (c) ; xlvii. 139, 

IK;, i.v_> 

Romano-British, inscriptions on, xlix. 441 

Roman, u>ed as pendants by the Anglo- 
Saxon. 1. 3s", 391, 393, 399, 401, 403 

Roman bion/.e, with inscriptions referring to 
Dalmatian mines, xlix. 9, 10 

Rose pence, xviii. 183; xxxvi. 234 

Russian, v. lu ; xlviii. 247 

Sain. xvi. 9 

Saloninn, xlviii. 332, 338 

Samaritan, xvi. 179, 27G 

Sceattas, xxx. 56 

Scodra, xlviii. 6 

Severns, xxix. 419 

Sex, xxxiii. 180 

Sihtric, xlix. 404 

Skopia, character of, in bazaars at, xlix. 148 

Smyrna xiv. 7, 36 



Coins and Medals continued 

Spintrian medals, ix. 75 

Stephen, xxi. 539 ; xlvii. 436, 450, 457, 464 

Sterlings, counterfeit, xxiv. 157; xxviii. 66 

Syracuse, RICHARD PAYNE KNIUHT on, xix. 369 

Tnnjevo, in possession of silversmiths at, 
xlix. 62. 

Tarentum, xxxvii. 87 

Tegea, xxxii. 162, 163 

Tenos, xiii. 225 

Tetradrachm, with Siculo-Punic inscription, 
xvi. 151 

Tetricus, xxx. 129; xlvi. 342; xlviii. 246 

Thasus, xiii. 22G 

Theodosius, xlvi. 340, 347 

Thrace, xlviii. 306 

Tin. xlvi. 471 

Titus, xlvi. 359 

Trajan, iii. 173, 181; xxxi. 283; xlvi. 2, 168; 
xlix. 10, 246 

Urbs Roma, xxix. 419 
. Valentinian, xlvi. 1(53 

Value of, temp. 1526, xlvii. 296 

Vespasian, xxiii. 371, 395; xlvi. 2, 359; 
xlviii. 246 

Victorious, xlviii. 338 

Vigmund, xxv. 306, 308; xxvi. 348 

Vitalian, xviii. 2(37 

Urglaf, xix. 112, 118 

William I., iv. 358; xxvi. 1, 24; xxxiv. 446 

William II., xxvi. 1, 24 

William III., xlviii. 247 

Wulfhere, xxv. 309 

Wulfred, xxvii. 301, 302 
Cointisse, see Arms 
Coity castle, Wales, iii. 114 
Cok, John, xxxi. 9 
Cokayn, John, xliii. 265 
Coke, Alice, xxxv. 424 

Sir Anthony, xviii. 91 

Sir Edward, i. xix (a) xx (I) (c); iii. 418; 
ix. 132 ; xxi. 150, 155 ; xxxii. 138, 143 ; 
xli. 75, 87 
His manuscripts seized, iii. 423 



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Coke continued 

Torture ordered to be inflicted by, x. 144 

George, xliii. 223, 224 

John, x. 84 

Robert, xxv. 431, 467 

Sir Robert, iii. 424 

Thomas, xiii. 305 ; xxxvi. 45 ; xli. 345 

Thomas William, xii. 140 ; xxii. 351 

William, xii. 361 

Winifred, xxv. 467 
Cokeburne, Thomas, xxvi. 321 
Cokefeld, Adam de, xxxix. 442 

Sir Robert de, xxxi. 485 
Cokefelt, Robert de, xxxix. 442 
Cokelawe, xvi. 140 
Cokelico, Thomas de, xxvi. 333 
Coker, Somerset, the lordship of, xix. 193 

Given to abbey of Saint Stephen, Caen, by 

William II., xvii. 88 
Cokesden, see Croxden 
Cokesey, Sir Walter, v. 78 
Cokke, James, xxxix. 25 
Cokkee, Walter, xi. 156 
Cokkes, Dr., xviii. 147 
Coksall, Robert, xvi. 6 
Coksey, Walter de, xxxix. 442 
Col, Goutier, xx. 226 

Peter, xx. 226 
Cola, xxx. 220 
Cola, John, xl. 449 
Colbatz, Germany, xxxix. 96 
Colbrandspath, xx. 161 
Colbrock, William, xxxv. 430 
Colburne, William, xxii. 335 
Colchester, Essex, v. 137, 333 ; xii. 26 ; xiv. 74 ; 
xx. 21; xxiii. 367; xxx. 548; xxxiv. 47, 
179 

A sanctuary, viii. 41 

Angel Lane, ii. 287 

Arabic numerals at, iv. 22 ; xiii. 142 

British coin found at, xxxiii. 190 

Bronze figure of Mercury found at, xxx. 
548 

Capture of, by Parliament army, xlvi. 37, 39 

Castle, iv. 381, 406 ; vi. 256, 299 



Colchester continued 

Capital at, xii. 170 
Well in, iv. 393, 408 
Church of Crutched Friars at, xi. 344 
Coin of Nerva found at, iii. 165 
Corporation lands at, xlvi. 409, 422 
Four bronzes found at, CHARLES NEWTOX on, 

xxxi. 443 

Glass-makers of, xlvi. 91 
Inscriptions at, iii. 184; xiii. 14ii 
Iron axe found at, xxxiv. 179 
Mayors of, xxv. 388 
Mint at, xviii. 3 ; xxvi. 9. 
Mont hull. ii. 2!>0 
Objects found at, xxxix. 508 
Plague at. xxxvii. If!, IS 
Roman pavement at, account of, bv Grvi'N 

(iunnni and KI>WAKI> KIN*., ii. 28(i 
Roman vessel of glass found at, xxxii.404, 4U."> 
Saint Botolph, priorv of, xii. 2>- 
Aivh at, xii. 17n 
Built of brick, iv. h7 
Saint Hfluu, pardon of, xxv. 4">'.> 
St. Mai-tin's church, ii. 290 ; xxxvii. 13s 
Seal of nunnery of saint Osyth found at. 

xviii. 444 

Suggested as the siteof Camulodiinum. xvi. IK* 
Taken by the Danes, ix. :i7i> 
Trinity church at, xxvi. 29, 40 
Mazer belonging to, 1. 156 
Walls of, iv. 84 
Wheat found under a Roman pavement at, 

ii. 287 

Colchester, Edmund, xli. 344 
John, xxiv. 32.3 
Mrs., xxvii. 421 
William of, xxvi. 436 
Colchirch, Peter de, xxxii. 410 
Colchis, the people of, practised circumcision, iv. 

289 

Colcombe castle, Devonshire, xlviii. 159 
Cold abbey, St. Nicholas, London, xv. 110, 111; 

xiii. 303 

Cold abbey, Surrey, xxxiii. 126 
Cold Blow, Deptford, xxxiii. 126 
2A 



178 



COL 



Cold Harbour, i. 59 (a) (b), 65 (c) 

A ford, i. 59 (a) (ft), 65 (c) 

Camberwell, xxxiii. 126 

Deptford, xxxiii. 126 

Dorking, xxxiii. 127 

Kingston-upon-Hull, xxxiii. 126 

Leith hill, Surrey, xxxiii. 126 

London, v. 110 ; xx. 80; xxxiii. 103, 118 

Mnrlow, Buckinghamshire, xxxiii. 126 

Meaning of, xl. 45 

Near (irnntham, xxii. 2(5; xxxiii. 127 

On the Thames, xxxiii. 12(5 

Somersetshire, xxxiii. 127 

Suahia, xxxiii. 127 

Swindon, xxxiii. 127 

Trowbridge, Wiltshire, xxxiii. 12(5 

Ware, Hertfordshire, xxxiii. 12G 

WII.I.IAM HI:M:Y SMYTH on, xxxiii. 125 

W rot ham, Kent, xxxiii. 12(5 
Colde. .lohn, xxxvi. 15 

Coldingham priory, Scotland, xlii. 270, 301 
C'oldocke. Francis, xxv. 102, 103 
Coldoiv, the gem cutter, xlv. IS 
Cold Overtoil, Leicestershire, sedilia at, x. 295 
Coldriijipe, William, xxxv. 136 
Coldwell. John, bishop of Salisbury, xxxiv. 158 
Cole, Arthur, xlii. 87 

Hugh, xxxvii. 280 

Humphrey, xl. 318, 351 

John, x. 72, 73 ; xxxiii. 225 ; xxxvii. 281 

Margaret, xxxiii. 225 

Oabert, xxxii. 277 

Ralph, xxxix. 213 

COLE, RCIHKIST, xxxv. 220, 309; xxxvii. 6; xlii. 
365, 377 

Exhibits letter of Edward Seymour, duke of 
Somerset, xxxi. 499 

On the regalia made for coronation of 

Charles II., xxix. 262 
Cole, Roger, xii. 213 

Thomas, xviii. 99 

Th< >m:isin, xviii. 99 

Viscount, exhibits bell from Glenade, xxvii. 
400 

William, xvii. 315 



COLE, WILLIAM, on horns given by Henry I. to 

Carlisle cathedral, v. 340 
Cole, William Willoughby, earl of Enniskillen, 

exhibits iron pot found at Cappagh, 

Tyrone, xxx. 552 
Cole, surname of tenant at Mardefeld, xlvii. 

112 

COLEBROOKE, JOSIAH, i. XXXIV (o), XXXV (6) ( 

xxxvi (c) ; iv. 110 

On stone circle ascribed to Catigern at 
Addington, Kent, ii. 107 

On a coin of Robert, earl of Gloucester, 

iv. 132 ; v. 391 

Colebnrne, William, York Herald, xxiii. 335 
Coleby, Lincolnshire, xxxvi. 268 
Coleharbour, see Cold Harbour 
Colons, Mr., a priest, xiii. 98 
Colentum, iii. 343 
Colepeper, Sir Jeffery, xiii. 109 

John, xiii. 108 

John, lord Colepepper, xxxv. 336 

Margaret, xiii. 109 

Mrs., viii. 71 

Thomas, xiii. 108 

Walter, xiii. 109 

Indenture between, and Henry VIII., 

xvi. 184 
Coleranc, carl of, ii. 25; see Hare, Henry; Hare, 

Hugh 

Colerne, Richard de, xxxvii. 290 
Colesburn, Gloucestershire, ix. 319 

Roman remains at, xviii. 112 
Coleshill church, Warwickshire, font in, x. 189 

Sculptured Crucifixion in, xlvii. 168 
Cole's Pits, Berkshire, vii. 237 
Colet, Sir Henry, xlii. 290 
Colethurst, Henry, xxxiii. 239 
Colett, Robert, xxxviii. 356 
Cole vile, Philip de, xxxix. 442 

Ralph de, xxxv. 494 

Walter de, xxxix. 442 

William de, viii. 204 ; xxxix. 442 
Colewine, xxx. 220 

John, xviii. 41 
Coleworth, Richard de, xxxix. 442 



COL 



179 



Colewyne, William, xxxvii. 279 
Coley, Berkshire, xv. 186 
Colfaches, see Costnme 
Colflorry, xiii. 371, 388 
Colgate, a street in Norwich, v. 26 
Coliare, Felicia la, xxxvii. 290 
Gilbert le, xxxvii. 283 
Margaret la, xxxvii. 276 
Robert le, xxxvii. 290 
Colier, John, xii. 380 
Colingworth, Yorks, ii. 359 
Collars, Torques : 

GEORGE SCHAKK on, xxxix. 204 

Jodham Morain, the, vii. 166 

Amber, from Lake, Wiltshire, xliii. 506 

Bronze, from Chilgrove, Sussex, xxxi. 

312 
From Embsay, Yorkshire, xxxi. 517 ; 

xxxiv. 85 
From Lochar Moss, Dumfriesshire, 

xxxii. 401 ; xxxiv. 83, 86 
From Perdeswell, Worcestershire, xxx. 

554 ; xxxiv. 85 

From Polden Hills, Somersetshire, xi v. 92 
From Qnantock Hills, Somersetshire, 

xiv. 94 

From Suabia, xxxvii. 28 
Gold, from Allington, Wiltshire, xxxix. 507 
From Ardrah, Donegal, xxx. 1.'57 
From Askill, Norfolk, xxxix. 506 
From Ballyshannon, Ireland, ii. 38 
From Baltimore, Ireland, ii. 38 
From Bittering, Norfolk, xxxix. 506 
From Boyton, Suffolk, xxvi. 471; xxxix. 

506 

From Cesson, France, xxxix. 507 
From Christchurch, Hampshire, xxxix. 

507 
From Com Boots, Hackness, Yorkshire, 

xxx. 459 

From Derry, Ireland, xxxii. 399 
From Eskeiviog, Flintshire, xviii. 448 ; 

xxxix. 506 

From Glamorganshire, xxvi. 464; xxxix. 
506 



Collars, gold continued 

From Haddenham, Cambridgeshire, 

xxxix. 507 

From Harlech, Wales, xiv. 95; xxxix. 506 
From Ireland, ii. 36 ; xxviii. 437 
From Largo, Scotland, xxxix. 507 
From Llyn Gwernan, Wales, xxi. 557 ; 

xxxix. 506 

From Malpas, Cheshire, xxxix. 507 
From Mountfield, Sussex, xxxix. 507 
From Xeedwood Forest, Staffordshire, 

xxxiii. 175 
From New Grange, Ireland, xxx. 

137 
From Pattinghnm, Staffordshire, xiv. 

96 ; xxxiii. 176 ; xxxix. 507 
From Penrith hundred, Cornwall, ii. 36 
From Quentin, Brittany, xxvii. 14 
From Reyshole, Ireland, ii. .'!'> 
From Komsey, Hampshire, xxxix. 505, 

. r i(J(i 

From RopU'v, Hampshire, xxxix. 507 
From Saint Leu d'Ksserens, France, 

xxxix. 507 

From Slateford, Scotland, xxxix. ">07 
From Stanton, Staffordshire, xxxix. ."07 
From Tara, Ireland, xxxix. 506 
From Tipper, Ireland, xxxix. 506 
From Urquhart, Scotland, xxxix. 507 
From Ware, xiv. 96 
Iron, badge of Anglo-Saxon bondmen, xxv 

596 
Jet, from Torrish, Sutherlandshire, xliii. 

514 
Silver, xiv. 97 

From Halton Moor, Lancashire, xviii. 

199, 201 

From Winster, Derbyshire, iii. 274 
Collard, John, xxxi. 205 
Colle, John, xxxv. 425 
Simon, xxxi. 93 
Thomas, xxxi. 83 

Collecaton, seal of Beraldus, prior of, xxi. 548 
Collen, Peter von, vi. 206 
Colles, Bartholomew, xxiv. 320, 323 
2A2 



180 



COL 



Colics, John, xliv. 168 
Collesborne, Roger, xxxv. 433 
Collethorpe, William, xxxv. 433 
Colletines, a religions order, xiii. 255 
Colleton, John, xiii. 86 

Inscription of, in Tower of London, xiii. 85 
Collett, Mr., xix. '284 

Henry, xxxvi. 238 
Colley, Humfrey, xii. 383 

Thomas, xii. 300 ; xxxi. 41, 121 
COLLIER, Jmix PAYXK, on .sketch book of Inigo 

Jones, xxiv. 3">4 
Particnlara respecting Sir Francis Bryan, 

xxvi. 140 
On Henry Algernon Percy, Oth carl of 

Northumberland, xxxiii. 1 
On charges of the English navy, temp. 

Elizabeth, xxxiii. 191 

< )n Richard lluklnyt and American dis- 
coveries, xxxiii. 283 

On crosier of bishops of Watorford, xxxiii. 360 
On Sir Walter Raleigh, xxxiv. 137; xxxv. 

213, 3f,S 

On the families of Lucy of Charlcot and 
Shnkespere of Stratford - upon -Avon, 
xxxv. IS 

On Sir Francis Vere, xxxv. 308 
On a state manuscript of the reign of 

Henry VIII., xxxvi. 14 

I >n a manuscript, by Thomas Xorton, on the 
duties of the lord mayor and corpora- 
tion of London, xxxvi. 97 
On Sir Nicholas Bacon, xxxvi. 339 
Collingnon. Dr., iii. 313 
Collington, John, xiii. 86 
Collingwood, Robert, xi. 434 
Collins, Mr., v. 84 
Ralph, xlv. 91 
Thomas, xxv. 594 
Collinson, John, x. 133 ; xiv. 91 
COLLIXSOX, PETEK, ii. 224, 227 ; xxxvi. 326 

On round tower at Ardmore, Ireland, i. 

305 (a), 307 (i), 329 (c) 
Colliton haven, xxxiv. 61 
Collogate closes, Rutlandshire, xi. 206 



Collop's tenement, xii. 30 

COLLS, J. M. N., on early remains discovered in 

Yorkshire, xxxi. 299 

Collurion, the well of, Cornwall, xiv. 229, 230 
Collyar, John, woolstapler's mark of, xxxvii. 383, 

389 

Collyhnrst, quarry at, iv. 74 
Colly- Weston church, Northants, xxxii. 2 
Colman, James, xxxi. 208 

John, xii. 371 

Morgan, xiii. 372 

Thomas, xii. 367 

Colmate, a mode of improving land, xl. 19 
Colnbrook, Middlesex, xx. 214, 219 
Colne, Essex, xiv. 62 ; xviii. 429 

Monuments to the Veres at, ii. 293 
Colne river, xv. 187 
Colneis, Suffolk, x. 227 
Colncy, Norfolk, xiv. 1 ; xxiii. 369 
Colney, Thomas do, xxxi. 6, 89 
Colocasia, or Egyptian bean, viii. 171 
Cologne, Germany, xxxv. 9 

Bishop of, see Sevcrinus, saint 

Cathedral, xliii. 79 

Paintings in, xliv. 177 

Council of, viii. 11 

English Jesuitesses at, xiii. 264 

Gold, xliii. 2-14 

Holy Ghost inn at, xxxv. 203 

Masons' marks at, xxx. 115, 120 

Museum, monument of Matronae in, xlvi. 176 

Plate, xliii. 215 

Ribbon, see Costume 

Saint Gereon, mosaic and sculpture at, xliv. 
172, 185 

Sword handle found at, xlv. 252 

Three kings of, xxx. 11 ; xliii. 58 

Painting of, in Islip church, Oxford- 
shire, xxix. 420 
Cologne, John de, xxxi. 119, 143 

The master of, paintings by, 1. 79 
Colom, Walter de, xl. 449 
Coloni, the Roman, xxx. 207, 224 
Colonia, Roman, at Scupi, inscription of, found, 
xlix. Ill 



COL-COM 



181 



Colonia, Arnold de, xxxi. 87 

Hanekyn de, xxxi. 87 

Henry de, xviii. 189 

J. de, xxxi. 6, 31, 33, 56 
Colonies sent from Ardca, xlix. 175 
Colonna family, possessions of, at Civita Lavinia, 
xlix. 372 

Gate of Ardea, erected by the, xlix. 173 
Colonna, Fabio, iii. 339 

Prosper, xxxiv. 19 
Colours for staining Gothic glass, xlvi. 106, 

116 
Colours of the Plantagenets, xlix. 289 

Of the Tudors, xlix. 288 
Colregoe, xiii. 371, 388 
Colsakkes, see Costume 
Colsborn, Roger, xxxv. -131 
Colson, John, xi. 363 
Colswein, xxx. 222 
Colte, George, xviii. 181 

Thomas, xxvii. 370 
Coltersworth, Lincoln, xxiii. 3(5 

Church, Agnus Dei in, xlvii. 170 
Coltishall, Norfolk, xxiii. 3G5 

Fibulae found at, xxii. 422 
Colton, Kent, i. 325 (), 328 (b), 350 (c) 
Colton, Sir Edward, xxv. 552 

Sir Richard, iii. 193 
Coltune, Yorks, v. 19G 
Coluham, John de, xxxvii. 307 
Columba, saint, i. 236 (a), 238 (b~), 258 (c); xxxii. 

249 ; xxxiv. 89 

Columb Minor, Cornwall, cliff castle and tumuli 
at, WILLIAM COI-EI.AXD BoRLASEon,xliv. 422 
Colambanus, xiv. 182, 183 
Columbariis, Mathew de, xxviii. 291 
Columbarium, Pompeii, iv. 171 

Rome, xxxiv. 22 
Columbine flower, the, xxi. 248 

A badge of Margaret of Anjou, xxi. 240 

On a bed, xi. 55 
Columbus, Bartholomew, xliii. 35 

Christopher, xliii. 34 

Diego, xl. 24 

Ferdinand, xliii. 35 



Colnmbers, Malic u de, xxxix. 442 
Columella, reprobated cockfighting, iii. 143 
Columna Rostrata, genuineness doubted by Sel- 

den, ix. 182 

Columns of glass in temples, xlvi. 85 
Coluwine, xxx. 220 
Colvend, Scotland, x. 148 
Colvile, Sir James, xxii. 8 

Sir Thomas de, xxxii. 291 

Walter de, xxxix. 394 
Colwall, Herefordshire, xviii. 430 
Colworth, Sussex, xlv. 147, 148, 194 
Colyer, Roger, xliii. 224 

Colyngburn, William, i. 353 (), 355 (!/), 37'. (c) 
Colyns, Christopher, i. 35U (n), 352 ('/), 377 (r>. 

353 (ti), 355 (I,), 37!>(c; 
Colyton church, Devon, Courtenuy tomb in, xlviii. 

lu'U 

Comagenian soothsayers, iii. 328 
Comavil, GoiiYrid de, xxiv. 13u 
Comb, a measure, xxv. 417 
Combat, trial l>y, w- Buttle, judicial 
Combe, meaning of, iv. 5 
Combe, manor of, Wiltshire, ii. 328 
Combe, Somersetshire, xxxi. 1','2 
CU.MIJK, CIIAI:U:S, vi. l.'iu 

On the Apamean medal, iv. 31-7 

On discoveries in Lombard street and Hirchir. 

lane, London, viii. 127 
Combe, John, xxv. 388 

Con HE, TAYLUK, on a Greek sepulchral monument, 
xiii. 280 

On the ancient symbol of Macedon, xiv. 14 

On an indenture as to coinage (1409), xv. 
164 

On the seal of Walter do Banham, xv. 400 

On the Rosetta stone, xvi. 247 

On a coin of Ptolemy VI., xvi. 366 

On a collection of pennies of Henry II. found 
at Tealby, Lincolnshire, xviii. 1 

On Anglo-Saxon objects found at Lancaster, 
xviii. 199 

On a coin of Basilis, xviii. 344 

On Anglo-Saxon pennies found at Dorking, 
xix. 109 



182 



COM 



Combe, Taylor continued 

Communicates letters from Oliver Cromwell 
and others to Robert Hammond, governor 
of the Isle of Wight (1647, 1648), xix. 
146 

Exhibits gold ring from Eltham, xix. 411 
On an iron axe from Lincolnshire, xix. 409 
Exhibits coins of Henry I. and Stephen, xxi. 

539 

Combe, Thomas, xlii. 451 

CoMiiK, WILLIAM AMMSOX, on Roman foundations 
in Bush Innc nnd Scots yard, London, 
xxix. 404 
Comb-end farm, Gloucestershire, xviii. 112 

Homan remains at, SASICKI. LYSONS on, ix. 

319 
Cumin: Pyne. Devonshire, chalice :it, xlii. 412, 

414 
Comber, Rev. Dr., v. 1SS, 1W 

.lohn, xxxvii. 3S4 

Comberton, Little, Worcestershire, cross on tym- 
panum of church of, xlvii. !<>> 
Conibiu, Ralph dc, xxxv. 494 
Combleteuse, France, x. It 
Combmartin, Devonshire. ,\ii. 213 
Combmartin. Sir William, wooden efligy of, xlvi. 

2N. i 

Comboots, or camp butts, Yoi-ks, gold torque- 
found at, xxx. 459 
Combourg, Fi-ance, xii. 305 
Combrctoniiim, xxiii. 307 
Combs, xliii. 247 

In Alenmnnic graves, xxxvi. 133, 138, 160 
From Ickluton nunnery, Cumbs, xv. 405 
Hone, Anglo-Saxon, xxxiii. 332 

From Badbury Camp, Dorset, xlvii. 432 
From Burgar, Scotland, xlvii. 431 
From Burrian, Scotland, xlvii. 431, 433 
From Cabnrn, Sussex, xlvi. 430, 477, 486 
From Cissbnry, Sussex, xlvii. 432 
From Danbnry Hill, Hants, xlvii. 432 
From Fridolfingcn, Germany, xxxvi. 275 
From Highfield, Wilts, xlvi. 432 
From Jordan Hill, Dorsetshire, xlvii. 431 
From Kettleburn, Scotland, xlvii. 431 



Combs continued 

From Lancing, Sussex, xlvi. 431 
From Maiden castle, xlvi. 432 
From Marston, Northants, xlviii. 333 
From Meilgaard, Denmark, xlvi. 434 
From Nordendorf, Germany, xxxvi. 275 
From Portland, Dorset, xlvi. 431 
From Roman station at South Shields, 

Durham, xlvi. 170 
From Selzen, Germany, xxxvi. 275 
From South Sea Islands, xlvi. 434 
From Spettisbury, Dorset, xlvi. 432 
From Stade, German}-, xxxvi. 275 
From Stanwick, Yorkshire, xlvi. 431 
From Thrumstcr, Scotland, xlvi. 431 
Ivory, from Aberdeen, Scotland, viii. 429 
From Great Witcombc, Gloucestershire, 

xix. 183 

Silver, belonging to St. Paul's (1245), 1. 443 
Tenure by, xvii. 311 

Combs Moss, Derbyshire, ix. 139; x. 27 
Come Byset, AVilts, ii. 329, 333 
Comes, meaning of, iv. 133 ; v. 39G ; xlv. 353 
Comtitts, xii. 15 
Comforth, William, ix. 282 
Comin, John de, xxxix. 442 
Comines, Philip dc, xxii. 64 
Comitatus, meaning of, xlv. 353 
Comitium, position of the, at Home, xlix. 424 
Commandments, the Ten, i. 15 (a) (I), 17 (c), 
16 (a) (b), 18 (c) xxxv. 436 ; xxxvii. 
137 ; xii. 363 

In a church (1488), xlv. 119 
Commerce, ancient, between Phoenicia and 

Egypt, xlvi. 94 
Early British, xlviii. 228 
Evidence of early, on Adriatic coast, xlviii. 

43 

Venetian, xlvi. 94 
See also Trade 
Commins, James, ii. 36 
Commode, see Costume 
Commodus, emperor, bust of, viii. 435 

Bust of, found at Civita Lavinia, xlix. 370 
See Coins 



COM-CON 



183 



Commoners of Malmesbury, 1. 430, 434 
Common field system at Bottesford, 1. 374, 382 

At Malmesbury, 1. 427, 437 
Common Pleas, Court of, vi. 366; xxii. 125; 1. 15 

Illumination of, xxxix. 360 

Seal for, xlvii. 201, 202, 203 
Common Prayer, Book of, xxxv. 429 
Commonwealth, the great seals of the, xxxviii. 
77 

War, life of an officer during the, xlvi. 9 
Commot, a division of land, xii. 89 
Communal rights (varioun), 1. 197, 198 
Communion book, i. 14 (a) (6), 1C (<*), IG (a) (/<), 

18 (c) 
Communion table, carpet for, i. 15 (a) (/,), 17 (c) 

The earliest existing of the time of Charles 
II., xxxvii. 137 

Timber for making, i. 15 (a) (7;), 17 (c) 
Comnena, Anna, xxiv. 205 
Comnenus, Isaac, xlvii. 7, 37 

Theodora, xlix. 96 

Comneni, fresco portraits of the, near Skopia, 
xlix. 85 

Genealogical tree of house of the, xlix. 155 
Compaignes, France, iii. 200 
Company, a paper-mark in 1098, xii. 115 
Compas, before the stable-door, xxv. 535 
Compasses, a pair of Roman, from Kingsholme 
Gloucestershire, x. 133 

A pair of brass, from Isle of Walney, xxviii. 

378 

Compere, John, xxix. 45 
Comporte, Gilbert, xii. 383 
Composta, le chatelain de, i. 213 (a), 214 (&), 

234 (c) 

Compostella, cardinals of, xliii. 167 
Compton, Berks, viii. 443 
Compton, Surrey, viii. 232 
Compton Braynesold, xxxv. 292 
Compton Mordoc, or Compton- Vernai, Warwick- 
shire, iii. 371 

Gold ornament from, iii. 372 
Compton Wyniate, Warwickshire, xliii. 62 
Compton, Charles, i. xxxiv (a), xxxv (J), 
xxxvi (c) ; xxiv. 43 



Compton continued 

Arnulphns do, xliii. 65 

Frances, xliii. 68 

Harry, xii. 14 

Henry, bishop of London, vii. 123 

Henry, lord Compton, i. 358 (n), 360 ([/), 

385 (c) ; xliii. 66 
Johanna, xi. 86 
John de, xliii. 66 
John, xlvii. 62 
Osbert de, xliii. 65 
Philip de, xliii. 65 
Sir Robert, xliii. 70 
Robert de, xliii. 66, 70 

COMPTON, SPKNCKU JOSHUA AUYIXK, MAK^I/KSS or 
NOKTHAMi'TOX, on vase found in Ktruria. 
xxxii. 255, 2(12 

Kxhibited German coffer, xxxii. 404 
Kxhibited terra-cotta figure of Kros, 

found at Xola, xxxii. 442 
Thomas, xi. Mi ; xliii. 65. 66 
Waleran de. xliii. 65 
Lord William, biographical notice of, i. viii 

() (I') (*') 

Sir William, xliii. lili. (17, 7' > 
Comptroller, ollice of, xiii. .'117 
Computation, xxxii. 2S3 
Comton, sei' Compton 
Corny n, Sir John, xxi. 485 

Thomas, xx. H 
Conan Colgac, vii. 277, 279 
Conault, Wilts, i. 57 (")(/-), W (<0 
Conception, the Order of the, at Paris, xiii. 2~U ; 

xxviii. 193 

Conchis, William de, x. 376 
Concomruadli, Ireland, vii. 99 
Concordia, vi. 2 

Concrete, examples of use of, at Rome, xlix. 404 

Found at Ca>sar's camp, Folkestone, xlvii. 456 

Condate, i. 62 (a) (1), 70 (<), 63 (a) (&), 71 (c), 

218 (a), 219 (6), 239 (c) 
Conday, see Lnndy 
Conde, Adelaide de, xii. 306 
Osbert, xii. 306 
Roger de, xii. 306 



184 



CON 



COXDER, FRANCIS ROUBILUC, on the antiquity of 

the Egyptian calendar, xlvii. 466 
Conduct money, xi. 162 ; xxxiv. 59 
Conduits, iii. 205, 206 ; viii. 413, 415 
Condurcum, ii. 93 ; vii. 76 
Conesby, William, will of (1441), 1. 187 
Conewey, Sir Henry, indenture between, and 

Henry VIII., xvi. 184 
Sir Nichol, xxiii. 340 
Coney, Alice, xxiii. .'54 
Richard, xxiii. 34 
Confession, how practised, x. 2G'2 

Rules for. xlvii. '_'.'{ 
Confidants, < Costume 
Conflann, Jolin de, xxviii. Ihl 
Confraternity, admissions to, xv. 70 

Grant of. xiv. 2t>7 
COIILTI' d'clire, for election of bishops, iii. 410, 

417 

Conget, Madame, v. 431 
Conpius, the Roman, on cubical contents of, by 

HI:M:Y XUKIMS, vi. 221 

Congo, inhabitants of the, practice circumcision, 
iv. 2!> 

Con<rrcsbnry, Somersetshire, legendary bishop of, 

1. _".!; 

Conig's Castle. Dorsctsliire, xli. 394 
Coningsby. Lincolnshire, xi. 235, 237 
Coningsby, Christopher, xxv. 4{?9 
Humfrev, xii. 3^7 
Sir Thomas xxxviii. 2 
Thomas, earl, on the state of political parties 

in the reign of queen Anne, xxxviii. 1 
William, xxxvii. 204 

Conisborough, Yorks, derivation of name, vi. 235 
Castle, vi. 234 

Well in, vi. 239 
Church, sculpture in, xliv. 150 

Sculptured stone in, xlvii. 177 
Conisci, the, xvi. 97 
Con Kedcagh, the ancestor of O'Connor Dun, 

xxvii. 124 
Connanght, Ireland, a description of the province 

of, in 1612, xxvii. 124 

Connecticut, popular assembly in (1684), xlvii. 78 
Connemara, Galway, xv. 394 



Connemorters, see Arms 

Conncnauntc, male Christian name, xii. 365 

Conneren, Symon, bishop of, suffragan of Exeter, 

xviii. 415 
Conningbrooke, Kent, i. 325 (a), 327 (>), 

350 (c) 
Connor, R. C., xliii. 289 

Roderick O', xxxviii. 162 
Connyngs, xxi. 266 
COXOH, v. 294 ; xxxii. 64 
Conon, bishop of Chalons, xxx. 232 
Conovium, xvi. 127 
Conrad, prior of Canterbury, iv. 105 
Conringius, H., iv. 229 
Conrith, ix. 50 

Consby. Lincolnshire, x. 71, 73, 77, 83 
Consecration of church, ornamental symboliza- 
tion of, xlvii. 163 

,S',v Dedication 

Consecration crosses, xlviii. 45C 
Consilium rcgis, xxv. 342, 343, 346, 361, 367 
Constable of Scotland, ix. 53 
Constable, Edward, who called himself Edward 
VI., committed to prison, xviii. 182 

Sir .John, xxxii. 144 

.lohn, xlvi. 269 

Katherine, xxxvi. 76 

Marmaduke, x. 478 

Mary, xxxvi. 77 

Mr., xlv. 92 

Nicholas, xxv. 477 

Philip, vii. 59 

Sir Robert, xvi. 332 ; xix. 274 ; xxv. 380 

Thomas, xxv. 470 
Constable's-ham, the, land in Oxfordshire, xxxiii. 

276 
Constables, in the manor of Scotter, xlvi. 374 ; 

of Aylesbury, 1. 91, 97 
Constance cathedral, Germany, monumental brass 

in, xxx. 430 
Constance, Germany, the ecclesiastical use of, 

xlii. 267 
Constance, the Lake of, lake dwellings in, xxxviii. 

180 

Constance of Castile, v. 154 
Cons tans, emperor, xlix. 11 



CON 



185 



Constant, baron Seymour de, xxviii. 177, 189 
Constantia, daughter of William I., xxxii. 119 
Constantina, viii. 40 
Constantino the Great, emperor, ii. 27; xiv. 234; 

xxvi. 77 

Arch of, at Rome, xlix. 428 
Buried in a gold coffin, iii. 389 
Equestrian statue at Rome, ascribed to, i. 

125 (a) (6), 138 (c) 
Inscribed stone to, xlix. 78 
Miracle performed on, x. 222 
Vision of, on carnelian ring, xlviii. 26* 
Constantino family, viii. 74 
Constantine, George, memorial of, to Thomas, lord 

Cromwell, xxiii. 50 ; xliii. 231 
Constantine, king of Scotland, ix. 50 
Constantine Paleologos, emperor, xviii. 84 
Constantine, saint, i. 84 (a) (?>), 95 (c) 
Constantinople, effects of the fall of, xxi. 290, 

291 

Blachernes, xiv. 237 
Charsiae, xiv. 237 

Church of the Apostles, xvii. 56 ; plan of, 
xliv. 384 

Of the Pantocrator, plan of, xliv. 384 
Of the Theotokos, plan of, xliv. 384 
Of Saint Eirene, plan of, xliv. 384 
Of St. John of the Studium, plan of, 

xliv. 384 
Of Khodsha Mustafa Pasha Djamessi, 

xiv. 418 

Of Saints Sergius and Bacchus, plan of, 
xliv. 384 ; xiv. 417 
Capital in, xiv. 424 

Of Saint Sophia, xvi. 54; xvii. 50, 53, 56; 
xix. 365, 368 ; xliv. 387 
Monograms on capitals of, xiv. 425 
Ancient glass from, xlvi. 153 
Eghri-capou, the, xiv. 237 
Gates, list of, xiv. 236 
Haivan-hissary-kapoussy, the, xiv. 237 
Kapaneu-kapoussi, the, xiv. 241 
Manufacture of glass at, xlvi. 93 
Mason's mark in, 1. 3 



Constantinople continued 
Melandesia, the, xiv. 239 
Mevlaneh-hany-yeni-kapoussy, the, xiv. 239 
Mosque of Achmet, xvii. 56, 59 

Soliman II., xvii. 56, 59 
Obelisk of, xxxv. 163 
Polyandrion, the, xiv. 238 
Porta Attali, xiv. 241 
Aurea, xiv. 241 
Melandesia, xiv. 239 
Neorii, xiv. 241 
Rhegii, xiv. 240 
Sancti Roniani, xiv. 239 
Porticus Trodensium, the, xiv. 240 
Selimbria, the gate of, xiv. 232, 240 
The (seven towers, xiv. 231, 2H 
Tekir-sarai, the, xiv. 2:51, 238 
Top-kapoussy, the, xiv. 239 
The walls of, JA.MKS DAM. AWAY on, xiv. 2:!l 
Xylocircon, the, xiv. 2.'!7 
Yeni-Backtshee, the. xiv. 2:>:t 
Constantius, emperor, iv. 80 
Constantius Chlorus, xlvi. 339; xlviii. 20 

II., xlviii. 20 
Constellations, figures of, xxvi. 149, 150, 151. 

152, 153, 155, 157, 15S, 162 
Consul, meaning of, in Middle Ages, i. 174 (a) 

(I), 194 (<); vi 42; xiv. 141; xv. 307 
Consus, name for Neptune, iii. 179 
Conterin, Moses, xlii. 301 
Conteville, Herlouin de, xxvi. 354 
Conti, Baron de, iii. 391 

Alessandro, xlii. 117 
Continentes, the order of Pocnitentes or Sac 

Friars, why so called, iii. 126 
Contracts, stones erected as memorials of, xiii. 

211 

Contrepointe, see Arms 
Conventine, name of ship, xi. 174 
Convers, John de, xliv. 375 
Conversus, a lay brother, iv. 38 
Conveyance in England, ancient methods of, SIR 

HENRT ELLIS on, xvii. 311 
Of alien priories, deeds necessary for, L 256 
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186 



CON-COO 



Convur, xx. 40 

Conway, Wales, iv. 28; vi. 326; xx. 61, 65, 76, 

95, 114, 127, 130, 141, 161, 169 
Founded by Edward I., i. 282 (a), 284 (6), 

.SO.', (r) 
Conway, Edward, viscount Conway, i. 9(5 (a) (6), 

107 (Y), 104 (a) (?), 11.1 (c) 
His library burnt, i. 98 (a) (fc), 110 (c) 
Autograph of, xii. 122 
Letters of, xii. 130 
CVxwAV. HKXI:V Si V.MIH i;. on Druidical monument 

in .Iri-sey, viii. 3Hj 
C'onwey. Richard, xii. .'5Sl! 
Cony. Hicliiinl. xi. ~2'2, .'!! 

Tlininas. extracts from household book of 

i 

li\ Kl'Ml.M' Tl KM'!;, xi. 22 

Taken prisoner at Calais, xi. 23 
Walter, xxiv. :>! 
CI>SYI;I.AI:I , .lolls Jus i AS, xviii. 430; xxiv. 

:;:;_' 
( In an inedited fragment of Anglo-Saxon 

iiortry, xvii. 173 
( hi an Anglo-Saxon manuscript in the library 

of Exeter cathedral, xvii. 1*0, 189 
< in an Anglo-Saxon paraphrase of the Phoenix, 

xvii. 193 
On the metre of Anglo-Saxon poetry, xvii. 

2:-7, 2G7 
On two English poems of the reign of Richard 

II., xviii. -21 

Ona poem, entitled " Siege of Rouen," xxi.43 
Conye, Anthony, swan-mark of, xvi. 153 
Richard, swan-mark of, xvi. 153 
William, swan-mark of, xvi. 153 
Conyers family, arms of, xlvii. 198 
Conyers, I. D., xxxiv. 258 
Sir John, xxxvii. 490 
John, xiii. 34 

Lord, fined in Star Chamber, xxxv. 393 
Conyngesby, Cecilia, xxxvii. 216 

Fitzwilliam, xxxvii. 196, 209, 210, 216 
Humphrey, xxxvii. 218 

Monument of, xxxvii. 190 
John, xxxvii. 190 



Conyngesby continued 

Mr., xxv. 467 
Conyngham, lord Albert, see Denison, Albert, lord 

Londesboi-ough 

Conyngry, a rabbit warren, xxv. 313 
Conyngsbye, Anne, xxxvii. 194 

Humphrey, xxxvii. 191, 194, 196 

James, xxxvii. 194 

Mr., i. 357 (a), 359 (6), 385 (c) 

Philippa, xxxvii. 194 

Sir Thomas, xxxvii. 194, 196 
Conyngstone, Richard, xxxvii. 339 
Conysby, Mr., xxv. 506 
Coo, Christopher, xlvii. 301, 312 

George, xii. 233 

Richard, xii. 362 

Coobra, the palace of, at Palermo, xxi. 524 
Coock, Thomas, xxxv. 424 
Cook, the will of a (1501), 1. 191 
Cooke, Anna, xviii. 101 

Sir Anthony, xii. 378; xviii. 97, 100; xxxviii. 
101 ; xii. 360 

Anthony, xviii. 99 

Beatrice, xxxviii. 390; xii. 360 

Benjamin, v. 113 

Letter of, xxxvi. 326 

Charles, 1. 382 

Christopher, xliv. 416 

Colonel, xxxvii. 210 

Dr., xvi. 346 

Sir Edward, xxxviii. 395 

Elizabeth, xviii. 101 

Hugh, xii. 394 
COOKE, JAMKS HERBERT, on the life of bishopLloyd, 

xlix. 445 
Cooke, Sir John, xii. 274 

John, xl. 230 
COOKE, JOHN, on discovery of the body of an abbot 

of Gloucester, ix. 10 
Cooke, Katherine, xviii. 99 

Lady, xlv. 116 

Laurence, inscription of, in Tower of London, 
xiii. 71 

Leonard, xlv. 85 






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187 



Cooke continued 

Lewis, xxxiii. 100 
Martin, see Vecti, Martin do 
Mildred, xviii. 101 ; xxxviii. 390 
Mr., v. 431 ; xxviii. 116 
Reginald, viii. 202 

Richard, xii. 376 ; xxv. 493 ; xxxvi. 237 
Sir Robert, 1. 193 
Robert, xxv. 424 ; xxxvi. 404 
Sir Thomas, xii. 186; xxxviii. 390 
Thomas, the hermit, xxv. 494 
William, xliii. 223 
Cookery, Roman, xii. 283 

Medieval, xii. 322 
Cookesburye, William, xxvi. 385 
Cookham, Berkshire, Anglo-Saxon cemetery at, 

xxxviii. 328 
Cookham Wood, Kent, Roman tessera found at, 

xxii. 435 
Cooking vessels, from Caesar's camp, Folkestone, 

xlvii. 439, 456 

From Halker, Flintshire, xiv. 275 
From South Shields, xlvi. 170 
From Sturmere, Essex, xvi. 304 
Cookley, Suffolk, ornament in church of, xii. 171 
Cookridge, Yorkshire, i. 68 (a) (6), 76 (c) 

Querns found at, vii. 21 
Cooks' Company, the, xxxi. 391 
Cooks, office of, xiii. 335 
Coole, Robert, xii. 362 
Cooleen, viii. 186 

Coolers or keelers, for beer, xxi. 277 
Coombe, Kent, xxx. 132 

Axe from, xxxiv. 179 
Cooper, Agnes, viii. 77 

Basil H., xxxix. 347 
COOPER, CHARLES HEXKY, on Percy Herbert, lord 

Powis, xxxix. 464 
Cooper, Mr., ix. 378 ; xl. 392 
Thomas, xxv. 593 
Thomas, bishop of Lincoln, xxxvi. 238; xii. 

365 

COOPER, WILLIAM DURRANI, notes on the south- 
' eastern district of Sussex, xxxiv. 248 



Cooper continued 

On particulars as to Thomas Norton, and of 
state proceedings in matters of religion 
in 1581 and 1582, xxxvi. 105 
On the plague of 1665 6, from the letters 

of John Allin, xxxvii. 1 

On the Tower of London and the horse 
armoury, temp. Charles 1., xxxvii. 
479 

On the great seals of England from the death 
of Charles I. to the Restoration, xxxviii. 
77 

Coopers' Company, the, xxxi. 386, 391 
Coornhertius. Theodorus Volckardus, xi. 2!M) 
Coote, Christopher, xxv. 4S5 
COOTI:, UI:XI:Y CH.\I:I.I:S, xxxix. l(i 

On the legal procedure of the Anglo-Saxons, 

xii. 2U7 
On the Cuisine Bourgeoisc of Ancient Home, 

xii. 2S3 
On the centuriation of Roman Britain, xlii. 

127 

On the scallop-shell as a symbol of initia- 
tion into tin' Kleusinian mysteries, xlii. 
323 

On an inscription upon an Olla at Cam- 
bridge, xliii. 56 
On a test of certain Centurial stones, xliv. 

225 

On the Milites Stationarii considered in 
relation to the hundred and the tithing, 
xliv. 299 
On Vortigern, not Hengist, as the invader 

of Kent, xliv. 363 

On the Mithraeum at Spoleto, xlvii. 204 
Coote, Richard, xxv. 484 

Robert, xxv. 473 
Copanne, Arnaut, xxxi. 506 
Coparceny tenancy in Domesday, 1. 205 
Cope, Anthony, xliii. 2l2 
Mr., xxxiv. 150 
Robert, xxxix. 25 
Sir Walter, xxxv. 219 
Walter, i. viii (a) (6) (c),xx (a) (6), xxi (c) 

2 B 2 



188 



COP-COB 



Copenhagen, Denmark, glass beads at, xlv. 303 

Scandinavian stirrup at, 1. 533 
Copes, gee Costume 
Cope work, xxx. 15 

Copili, the word used in Albania, xlix. 71 
Copingey, Gilbert, xii. 363 
Coplestone, John, xviii. 99 
Copley, Sir Joseph William, xlii. 398 
Coppe, Italian name for hearts in cards, xv. 1-11 
Copped Hall, xviii. 15(3 
Copper, Henry, xxv. 13(5, 516 
Copper, from el iff eastles in Cornwall, xlix. 181 

Spires ID churches in North Germany, xlix. 

:Ui-J. 3U4, 3i it!, 313. 315 

Copper-gilt objects from Civ.snr's camp, Folke- 
stone, xlvii. 41-7, 449, 46-i 
Copper guld. xliii. 23U 

Copsi. v. 'jut; 

('optic alphabet, xviii. ~~2 

Language, xxxix. 47(5 

Papyri, CH.MM.KS Wvri.lFKK GOODWIN on, 

xxxix. 447 
Copyholders, ii. ill 1 
Coraciea. a Mithruic grade of devotees, xlviii. 

23 

Coracle, used in Wales, v. 145 
Cor An!_ r uimmi, xlv. 3U6 
Coran trees, x. 424 
Corantyncs. xxvi. 399 
Conito. Italy. 1. 418 
Corbeil, France, xi. 391; 1. 348 

Church of Saint Spire, at. misericords in, xii. 23 

Stalls in, xi. 338, 391 

Corbel table. Cahors cathedral, xxxvi. 313 
Corbery, Switzerland, iv. 17 
Corbet, Alice, xxxiii. 60 

John, xviii. '293 

Mr., xiii. 200 

Nicholas, vi. 52 

Piers, xxxix. 442 

Sir Richard, xviii. 175 

Richard, xxxiii. 60 

Roger, xxxix. 442 

Thomas, ii. 331 ; xxxix. 442 ; xl. 323 

Sir Vincent, xxxiii. 77 



Corbet, Vincent, vii. 121 

William, xxxix. 442 
Corbie, France, the abbey of, ii. 121 
Corbonnel, xx. 219 
Corbridge, Northumberland, iii. 184; vii. 80 

Altar with Greek inscription found at, JOHN 
PKTTINOALL on, ii. 92 

Roman altars at, SWITHIX ADEE on, ii. 98, 99 
DAIN-KS BARRIXGTON on, iii. 324 
THOMAS MORELL on, iii. 332 ; v. 182 
Corby, Cumberland, xxii. 165 
Corby, Hanekyn de, xxxv. 468 
Corbyn, William, xx. 522 
Corcyra, ix. 163 
Cordell, Robert, xii. 386 
Cordhalpeny, definition of, xlvii. 127 
Cordier, Thomas, xxxix. 179 
Cordiner, Mr., v. 218 

Cordiwaner, Robert le, i. 180 (o), 179 (4), 199 (c) 
Cordon, Richard, xliii. 216 
Cordova, Spain, xxxvii. 59 

The cathedral of, xvii. 82 
Cordova, Diego de, xxxviii. 450 

Peter de, viii. 68 
Cordry, Thomas, xxxvi. 50 
Cordwainer, fine for keeping a, at Bottesford, Lin- 

eolnshire, 1. 376 

Cordwainers' Company, the, xxxi. 389 
Coredgravel, Wales, vi. 13 
Corf, Robert de, xxix. 182, 184 
Corfe castle, Dorsetshire, vi. 327, 363 ; vii. 71 
Coriceni, the, v. 376 
Corii, the, v. 376 
Corin, the river, xii. 422 
Corinium, vii. 406 ; xviii. 112, 118, 125 ; xix. 179 

xxviii. 416; xii. 422; 1.266 
Corinth, xviii. 86 ; xxiii. 268 
Corinthian capital at Cirencester, xviii. 124 
Coriolanus, i. 133 (a) (6), 147 (c) 
Coritani, the, x. 17, 19, 20 

Lead works among, v. 371 
Coriton, Mr., xxxviii. 241 
Corium, see Arms 

Cork, Ireland, round tower at destroyed, i. 305 
(a), 307 (6), 329 (c) 



COB, 



189 



Cork, earl of, see Boyle, Roger 

Cormac (legendary Irish king), crown of, xlvii. 479 

Cormeilles, France, xxix. 29 

The abbot of had a stall at Hereford, xlv. 140 
Corn, religious sentiment against destroying, 

xlvi. 375 

Burning on graves, xlii. 439 
Found with Roman remains, xxxvii. 434 ; 

xxxix. 493 

Oath as to, xxxii. 411 
Orders as to (1586, 1594), xxxii. 410 
Reaping, tenure by, xii. 30 
Corn, Charles, xxviii. 206 
Cornage tenure, iii. 11 

Common on the borders, iii. 29 
FRANCIS MORGAN NICHOLS on, xxxix. 349 
Cornard, Sir John, wooden effigy of, xlvi. 280 
Cornavii, the, in Ptolemy, xlviii. 391 
Cornel-tree, xlii. 126 
Cornelius, picture of the Last Judgment by, at 

Munich, xxxvi. 391 
Cornell, John, xxv. 456, 476 
Cornelli, Lucas, iii. 270 ; xxxix. 8 
Cornelys, Henry, ix. 251 
CORNER, GKOROE RICHAKI', on the three manors of 

Southwark, xxv. 620 
On Roman remains found at St. Olave's, 

Southwark, xxv. 620 
On the churchwarden's accounts of Eltham, 

Kent, xxxiv. 51 

On excavations on the site of Roman build- 
ings at Keston, Kent, xxxvi. 120 
On the abbot of Waltham's house, St. Mary- 

at-Hill, London, xxxvi. 400 
On an Anglo-Norman building, St. Olave's, 

Southwark, xxxviii. 37 
On John, Lord Stanhope of Harrington, 

xxxviii. 389 

On illuminations representing the Courts of 
Chancery, King's Bench, Common Pleas, 
and Exchequer, xxxix. 357 
Cornet, see Costume 

Cornet, an instrument of music, iii. 32 ; vii. 220 
Cometh John xviii. 93 



Cornhill, Henry, xxxvi. 405 
Cornicnlarius, a Serjeant of the horn, iii. 11 
Cornish language, the, DAIXKS BAURINUTON on, iii. 

278; v. 81 

Manuscripts in, v. 84 
Specimen of, v. 83 
Cornish, Henry, xxxvii. 438 

Thomas, bishop of Tinen, suffragan of Exeter, 

xviii. 415 

William, xli. 372, 379 

Corn-mills, granted to Winchester, xlix. 214 
Cornu, name of a chess-man, xi. 404 
Cornubia, Hervey de, xlv. 185 
Cornucopia?, the, vi. 2 ; viii. 47 
Cornwall, antiquities found in, xvi. 137 
MAI.ACIIV Hnvmxs on, xv. 118 
Celt found in, v. 118 
Hill castles in, v. 258 
Hoar-stones in, xxv. 52 
In Ptolemy, xlviii. 3!1 
Mines in, xviii. 184 
Succession custom in, 1. 204 
Cornwall, earl of, we Plantagenet, Edmund, 

Richard 

Cornwall, captain, ix. 100 
Christopher, iii. 131 
Jeffery, iii. 300 

Sir John, xx. 94 ; xxii. 380, 387 
Sir Richard, iii. 300 
Richard de, xxxvii. 435; xxxix. 442 
William de, xxvii. 283, 284, 291 
Corn \vallis, Henry, xiv. 268 

Sir Charles, xii. 210; xiv. 249 
Sir Thomas, xxxvi. 119 

Corona (bronze), early Christian, at Perot, xlix. 167 
Coronation ceremonial, English, iii. 393 
Needful to make a king, iv. 139 
Not needful for coining, v. 402 
Coronation-stone, Westminster, viii. 214 
Coronel, see Arms 
Coroner, iii. v. ; xl. 96, 103 ; xli. 5 
Office of held by a horn, iii. 4 
Corowen, Thomas de, xxxix. 442 
Corporax, xxi. 255 ; xli. 342, 356 



190 



COR COS 



Corporax case, Wymondham, Norfolk, xliii. 270 
Corpse, touching the, ordeal by, xxxii. 280 

Uncorrupted, iii. 402 
Corpus Christi shrine, York, inventory of goods 

of, x. 469 

Corr castle, Ireland, xxxviii. 172 
Corraniaid, the, xvi. 108, 109 

Corregio. Antonio Allepri da, drawings by, i. 131 
(a) (/,), 145 (c), 134 () (6), 148 (c) 

Madonna of St. George by, xlix. 259 
Corrodv. xii. 14 

Granting of. forbidden, xlvii. 58, 59 
Corrogh, a sea-vessel, v. 274 
Corsairs, victory over (1349), iii. 1522 
Cor.-cllis, Frederick, xi. 2(!9. 272 
Coraham house. Wiltshire, collection of anti- 
quities nt, xxxi. 44 I- 

Picture at, xxxix. 2(!1 
Corshctt. sec Arms 

Cor.-ini, the, Italian merchants, x. 242 
Corsni'd bread, ordeal liv, xxxii. 27^ 
Cort. Cornelius, xxxix. .'!(> 
CorteniMM Thomas, xxv. 47^ 
Cortereal, .loao \'as. xl. 7 
Corti-/, .Martin, xxxviii. Id9; xl. 344 
Cortiles at Pompeii, iv. lli."> 
Corton, manorof, Oxfordshire, xxxiii. 271 
Corton, Wiltshire, xv. 33M : xxxii. 274; xlii. 

180 

Cortona, sec Berrettini, Pietro 
Cortvs, William, xli. 345 
Corunna, Spain, xlii. 247 

Hoy bishop at, ix. 44 
Corvus, the zodiacal sign of, xlvii. 339 
Corvus, Johannes, iii. 227 ; xxxix. 22, 40, 47 ; 

xl. 471; xlix. 286 
Corwaylys, Sir Thomas, xxix. 134 
Cosa. Juan de la, xl. 10, 24 ; xiiii. 25 
Coscombe, William, xxviii. 10 
Cosens, Mr., i. xx (a) xxi (b) (c) 
Cosenton, Kent, ii. 113 
Cosha, the ordeal by xxxii. 286 
Cosmos, a Russian goldsmith, ii. 232 
Cosmas, saint, xiii. 21 1 



Cospatric, v. 199, 206 

Cosse, Aymeric, xxviii. 264 

Cossington, Somersetshire, xiv. 104 

COSTARD, GEORGE, on an inscribed pillar from 

Alexandria, vii. 9 
Coste, Henry, xliii. 220 

Thomas, xliii. 220 
Costello, Mayo, vii. 157, 270 
Costello, family of, xxvii. 125 
Costentin, Henry de, xxxv. 494 
Coster, Lawrence Janzoou, viii. 240, 282, 308 
Costowod, Borstal, Bucks, iii. 16 
Costrelles, xliii. 212 
Costume : 

Aguillettes, xxii. 396 

Albe, xvi. 7 ; xxi. 276 ; xxxiv. 54; xlix. 244 

Amice, xviii. 411 ; xliii. 107 

Anniiet, xliii. 240 

Armorial devices on clothing, xx. 102 

Attiers, xxvii. 35 

Bandlet, xxi. 499 

liases, or plaited skirts, xlix. 245, 287 

Beaver, xi. 95 ; xxvii. 45, 48 

Heaver, Carolina, xxvii. 48 

Beaveret, xxvii. 48 

Berger, xxvii. 55 

Bogett, xxi. 471 

Bombles, xxvii. 48 

Bongraces, xxvii. 48 

Bonnets, xxiv. 188 

JOHN ADKY KKITOX, on, xxiv. 168 
Price of female, temp. Henry VIII., 

xxvii. 57 
Milan, xxv. 432 ; xxvii. 37 

Boot-hose, xv. 161 ; xix. 299 

Boot, Roman, impress on a tile, xlvii. 341 

Boots found in a coffin, ix. 11; xiv. 152; xx.566 
Sculptured examples from Rome, xlix. 
404, 411 

Brooch -worn in hat, xxiv. 183 

Brussels head, xxvii. 61 

Bryckenders, xxv. 556 

Bnorgoigne, xxvii. 55 

Buttons, amber, xliii. 503 



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191 






Costume continued 

Buttons, Bronze, from Sleaford, 1. 392, 395 

From Wilburton Fen, xlviii. 108, 112 

Bugle, xxvi. 387 

Compass, xxvi. 387 

Concrete, from Cornish barrow, xlix. 
188 

Gold, xliii. 525 

Ivory, xliii. 490 

Jet, xliii. 510, 511 

Milan, xxvi. 385 

Paris, xxvi. 386 

Sugar-loaf, xxvi. 386 
Bycocket, xlvii. 278 
Caban, xxxi. 143 
Cabrioles, xxvii. 62 
Calash, xxvii. 43 
Cape, ermine, xlix. 253 
Caps, black, ii. 196; xxiv. 177 

Blue, xxiv. 177 

Buttoned, xxv. 472 

Cornered, xxiv. 179 

Flat, xxiv. 176, 181 

The fly, xxvii. 65 

Fur, xxiv. 182 

Horse-shoe, xxvii. 61 

The Mary queen of Scots, xxvii. 65 

Milan, xxv. 555 

Mob, xxvii. 61 

Monmouth, xxiv. 184 

Phrygian, iv. 320 

The Ranelagh mob-, xxvii. 65 

Scotch, xxxiv. 58 

Square, xxiv. 179, 181 

Statute, xxiv. 176 

Twisted, xxv. 566 

White, xxvii. 40 

Woollen, xxiv. 176, 181 
Capedhursts, xxxi. 142 
Cardinals, gowns of, xxiv. 170 
Cassock, xxx. 4 
Castor, xxiv. 180 
Caul, xxvii. 33, 35 
Chammer, xxi. 252 



Costume continued 

Chasuble, xvi. 7 ; xxi. 255 ; xxiv. 34 ; xxv. 

123 ; xlvi, 191 

Belonging to St. Paul's cathedral, Lon- 
don, 1. 449, 454, 457, 482 

From Cologne, xxxii. 423 

Of St. Regnobcrt, xvii. 93 
Choux, xxvii. 55 
Chymeres, xxi. 252 ; xxx. 4 
Cloak, Chinese mode of fastening, xlviii. 331 
Cloth, church vestments of, 1. 38, 39 
Clothes of Matilda, queen of William I., 

made into vestments, xvii. 93 
Clothes, parti-coloured, ii. 19C ; iii. 247, 248; 

viii. 173* 
Clothing, articles of, found in a grave in 

Ireland, vii. 95, 111 

Clothing, early British, evidence as to, 1. 292 
Coat of calf's skin, xxv. 511 
Coat " klokyd " of velvet and damask, xxv. 

433 

Coathardy, xxxi. 146 
Coats, payment for army, temp. Henry VIII. 

xlvii. 328, 329, 331 
Coggers, i.e. boots, xvii. 142 
Coif, xlix. 205 
Colfaches, xxxi. 114 
Cologne ribbon, ix. 250 
Colsakkes, embroidered on clothes, xxxi. 49 
Commode, xxvii. 55 
Confidants, xxvii. 55 
Cope, xxv. 504; xxvi. 322 ; xxxi. 511 ; xxxiv. 

55 

Belonging to St. Paul's, London, 1. 448, 

449, 454, 475 
Cork soles, xx. 560 
Cornets, xxv. 556 ; xxvii. 55 
Corset, xxxi. 143 
Cortepies, xxxi. 143 
Coverchief, xxxi. 142 
Cowl, xxvii. 33 
Cracows, xx. 101 
Creve-coeur, xxvii. 55 
Cruches, xxvii. 55 




192 



COS 



Costume continued 
Cupee, xxvii. 54 

Dalmatic, iii. 382 ; xxiv. 34 ; xlvi. 191 
Doublet, xxxi. 34 

Crane coloured fustian, xxv. 433 

Yellow satin, xxv. 433 
Drakes' necks, fur of, xviii. 324 
Dress, extravagant, xx. 102 

At tournaments, temp. Henry VIII. 
xlvii. 315 

Supplied to queen Margaret of Scotland, 

xlvii. 303,311 

Drumcwork Points, xxvi. 385, 380 
Duchess, xxvii. 55 
Echelles, xxvii. 55 
Engiigeants, xxvii. 55 
Falbala. vii. !7 
Funon, faimon, x. -47; xvi. 7; xxi. 270; 

xliii. 240 

Favourites, xxvii. 54 
Feathers for huts, xxiv. 182 
Fenialu dress, FUASCIS DUUCK on, xii. 215 
Firinainent, xxvii. 55 
Flaiidan, xxvii. 55 
Fontange, xxvii. 54, 5G, 58 
Fool's coat, xviii. 321 
Fovstockes, xxv. 472 
French, dress of women not modest, iii. 195 

Followed by English women, iii. 195 
Frelan, xxvii. 54 
Frilal, xxvii. 55 

Frogs and flies for gloves, xix. 301 
Frontlet, xxvii. 33, 37 
Frosepaste, xiii. 408 
Furbelow, vii. 97 
Gaberdine, xxxviii. 371 
Garters, black, xv. 161 
Gauntlets, Flemish, xi. 99 
Ghita, xxxi. 145 
Gloves, xi. 93 ; xvii. 295 

Belonging to St. Paul's cathedral, Lon- 
don, 1. 447, 456, 474 

Found in Alemannic grave, xxxvi. 135 

Of Richard II., xlv. 327 



Costume continued 

Gloves, perfumed, xi. 93 

Prick seamed, xv. 161 

Whynne, xxi. 514 

Worn in the hat, xxiv. 184 
Gold spangles, use of, xlix. 291 
Golossians, golosses, xi. 93, 95 
Gowns, blue, of cardinals, xxiv. 170 

Of Greek island of Symi, xlix. 363 

Parti-coloured, xxxix. 363, 365 

Red, of cardinals, xxiv. 170 
Hair dyed, xxvii. 72 

False, xxvii. 72 

Powder, xxvii. 74 
Hat, xxxix. 361 

Derivation of, xxiv. 168 

Beaver, xxiv. 180, 182; xxvii. 45 

Blue, xxiv. 183 

Broad-brimmed, xxiv. 172, 173, 188 

A captain, xxiv. 178 

Cardinal's, xxiv. 170, 172 

Cocked, xxiv. 186 ; xxvii. 47 

Copt, xxiv. 178 

Crimson, xxiv. 170 

Eighteenth-century, xxiv. 188 

Temp. Elizabeth, xxiv. 188 

Flanders, xxiv. 169 

From Froissart's Chronicle, xxiv.'188 

Fur, xxiv. 182 

Green, xxiv. 171 

Gypsy, xxvii. 49 

High-crowned, xxiv. 178; xxvii. 44 

Temp. James 1. and II., xxiv. 188 

Montero, xxiv. 181 

Mountaban, xxvi. 398 

From the Nuremberg chronicle, xxiv. 
188 

Quaker, xxiv. 188 

Red, xxiv. 170, 173 

Scarlet, xxiv. 170 

Slouched, xxiv. 185 

Spanish, xxiv. 188 

Steeple-crowned, xxiv. 181 

Straw, xxi. 255 ; ixvii. 46, 48 






COS 



193 



Costume continued 

Hat, sugar-loaf, xxiv. 181 ; xxvii. 44 
Taffety, xxv. 555 
From tapestry, xxiv. 188 
Thrum, xxvii. 45 
White, xxiv. 177 
Wire, xvi. 126 ; xxxi. 384 
Women's, xxvii. 43 
Yellow, xxiv. 171 
Hatband, the cable, xxiv. 184 
Hats, JOHN ADEY BKITON on, xxiv. 1G8 
Head-dress, xxi. 499 

Female, in England, JOHN AUKY BKI-TOX 

on, xxvii. 29 
Horned, xxvii. 30 
Steeple, xxvii. 31 

Henry VIII., wardrobe account of, ix. 244 
Henry, prince of Wales, wardrobe account 

of, xi. 88 

Hood, xi. 92 ; xxvii. 38 
Blue, xxiv. 172 

French, xxv. 509, 556 ; xxvii. 38 
Furred, xxiv. 172 
Leathern, found in Aleniannic grave, 

xxxvi. 136 
Nuns, xxvii. 43 
Quakers, xxvii. 43 
Querpo, xxvii. 41, 50 
Scarlet, xxiv. 172 
Velvet, xxvii. 41 
Hose, Almain, xxv. 460 
Black, xxv. 432, 460 
Carnation, xxv. 480 
White, xxv. 432 ; xxxii. 32 
Hube, xliv. 117 
Huke, xxi. 252 ; xxvii. 38 
Hunting coat, xi. 92 ; xviii. 320 
Jardinee, xxvii. 55 
Jerkin, xxxiv. 58 

Motley, xxiii. 41 
Joan, a cap, xxvii. 43 
Jouett, xxxii. 32 
Kerchief de plesaunce, xxv. 619 
Kevenhullers, xxvii. 62 



Costume continued 

Knit hose, xxi. 471 ; xxv. 508, 548 

Lappets, xxvii. 33 

Love-locks, xxvii. 69 

Maniple, xxiv. 38 ; xlvi. 191 

Mantilla, xxi. 499 

Meurtriers, xxvii. 55 

Mobs, xxvii. 50 

Monte de haut, xxvii. 54 

Mortier, ii. 195 

Mouches, xxvii. 55 

Mouchoire, xxvii. 55 

Muff, xi. 94 

French, xxvi. 384 

Nak, xxxi. 135 

Nether stocks, xxi. 472 

Night-cup, Frenuh, xxvii. G4 

Night clothes, xi. !>4 

Nuns. ;q>p;irel of, injunctions concerning, 
xlvii. 53 

Orphreys, xvi. 7 

Ostrich feathers in huts, xxiv. 18.'! 

Palisiule, xxvii. 54 

Pallium, xxiv. 35 ; xlv. 283 ; xlix. kK*. 411 

Panes, u pair of, xi. 94 

Pantacles, xviii. 32U 

Partlct, xxxviii. 370 

Passugere, xxvii. 55 

Patches, xxvii. (33 

Peacock feathers in hats, xxiv. 183 

Peekadelles, xxvi. 389, 390 

Perriwig, xxvii. 4(3, 71 

Petticoat, flannel, xix. 299 

Striped on chess queen, xxiv. 218 
Worn by men, xxi. 253, 471 
Pigtail, xxiv. 189 
Plackert, i. 369 (a), 371 (4), 396 (c), 376 

(a), 378 (fc), 404 0) 
Plagarde, xxxviii. 372 
Points, xix. 299 
Pokys, xx. 101 
Post-chaise, xxvii. 62 
Pricking hat, xxi. 272 
Pumps, xxvi. 392 

2c 



194 



COS-COT 



Costume cont inue d 
Pynsons, tee Shoes 
Rawcblacke, xxv. 462 
Rnylc, xxxriii. 370 
Raynes, cloth of, i. 348 (a), 350 (fc), 375 (c); 

xi. 94; xxvi. 279; xxxviii. 367; 1. 506 
Rayonnee, xxvii. 5.1 
Riding-hood, xxvii. 42 
Robe, liver-coloured, xv. 289 
Robes for Eton college, and college of Our 
Lady and Saint Nicholas, Cambridge, 



Rochet. \li. 3."i4 

Roman hieratic, examples of, from Home, 

xlix. 4ns. 4n9, 41U 
Hutllcs. xxvii. ">") 
Sabbatyncs. xvii. 295; xliii. 248 
Sandals. \xxvi. 1. ">:>, l:Jti, 1(50 

Episcopal, belonging to St. Paul's, 

London, 1. 447, 474 
From Loehar Moss, x. 4S2 
Roman, xxix. 2l!S ; xxxix. 91 

From Avisl'ord, Sussex, xxxvi. 15i! 
From Box Moor, Herts, xxxv. 57 
Sarcenet, xi. 9i! 

For bed curtains, xxv. 474 
For church vestments, 1. 39 
Scapler. xviii. 320 
Settee, xxvii. 54 
Shamcw, xxi. 252 
Shoes, double soled, xxv. 44(j 
High, xxv. 512 

Pynson, xxv. 480, 511 ; xlviii. 252 
Roman, xiv. 222 
Velvet, xxv. 433 
White, xxv. 432, 472 
Silk, church vestments of (14o'G), 1. 37, 38, 

41, 42, 43, 44; (1542), 1. 46, 48 
Marble, 1. 450 
Silken stuffs, 1. 450, 455 
Sleeves, knit, xxv. 512 
Slops, xxxiv. 58 
Sorti, xxvii. 54 
Stamyn, xvii. 295 



Jostnme cont inued 
Stockings, xxii. 173 
Episcopal, 1. 447 
Price of (1596), xxii. 185 
Silk, xv. 160, 161 
The bandaged, xxiv. 37 
Worsted, xv. 161 
Stole, iii. 382; x. 197, 198; xxiv. 34, 35,42, 

xlvi. 201, 213 ; xlix. 409, 411 
Supertunic, xxxi. 109, 142 
Surcoat, xlix. 251 
Surplice, xxxv. 423 
Tireteyne, xvii. 309 
Tissue, xxi. 499 
Topknots, xxvii. 48, 57 
Tour, xxvii. 55 
Towels, 1. 39, 48 
Tribon, xxxi. 264 
Tunic, xxiv. 34 
Tunicle, xvi. 7 ; xxi. 276; xxxiv. 56 ; 1. 454, 

501506 

TurlTe of a bonnet, xxv. 460 
Turnover, xxvii. 49 
Voluperc, xxxi. 142 
Wardrobe accounts from Ashburnham MSS., 

xlviii. 281 

W r ex boots and shoes, xv. 158, 160 
Whood, a hood, xi. 92 
Yarn hose, xix. 299 
Zona, sculptured example of, from Rome, 

xlix. 409, 412 

Cosway, Richard, xxxix. 260 
Cosyn, Edward, xiii. 75 
Richard, xxiv. 323 

Cosynton, Sir Stephen, xxxi. 42, 118, 122 
Cote, Oxfordshire, Anglo-Saxon cemetery at, 

xxxviii. .'127 

The manor of, xxxiii. 270 
Cote des Caillettes, France, sword found at, xlv. 

289 

Cotell, Richard, xliii. 170 
Coteman, Thomas, xxv. 477 
Cotcntin, the, France, xlv. 241 
Coterelli, xxxiii. 273 






COT-COU 



195 



Cotes, family of, 1. 137, 174 
Cotes, Robert de, xix. 77 
Coiesmore, John, xxxiv. 44 

Laurence, xxxiv. 44 
Coteswold, king of, a nickname for Lord Chandos 

of Sndeley, ix. 4 
Cotgrave, Thomas de, xxxiii. 58 
Cotherstock, Northants., xi. 346 

Sedilia at, xi. 394 
Cothristoke, Willan, xliii. 268 
Cotismour, Sir John, xxv. 392 
Coton family, viii. 74 
Cotsetla, the, xxxiii. 276 
Cotterell, an iron ring, xli. 353 
COTTEKELI,, C. H., translation of an account by 
Professor Migliarini of unrolling a munnn v 
at Florence, xxxvi. 161 
Cotterell, Sir Charles, xxxv. 343; xxxvii. 230, 

236, 237 

Cotterstock, Northants., xi. 394 
Cottesbrook, Northants., sedilia at, x. 286 
Cottesford, Roger de, i. 213 (a), 214 (/,), 234 (r) 
Cottesmore church, Rutlandshire, sculptural 

Crucifixion in, xlvii. 168 
Cottingham, Yorkshire, v. 203 

Barony of, ii. 333 

Manor of, ii. 326 

COTTIXGHAM, LEWIS NocKAi,i,s, on lead coffins 
found in the Temple church, xxix. 399 

On the tile pavement of the chapter-house, 

Westminster abbey, xxix. 390 
Cottington, Sir Francis, xxxii. 144 
Cotton, xxv. 460 

Paper, xxvi. 72 
Cotton, Bartholomew, iv. 35 

Charles, xli. 456 

George, xxxix. 180 

Mr., xviii. 168 

Ralph, xii. 392 

Sir Richard, xii. 356 

Sir Robert, i. iii (a), v (&), vii (c), xvii (a), 
xviii (6) (c) ; ii. 54 ; xxxii. 144 ; xxxiii. 
313; xli. 157 

Robert, i. viii (a) (c), ix (6) ; xlii. 378 

Roger, xii. 373 



Cotton continued 

Sir Rowland, xv. 131 

Sir Thomas, i. xvii (a), xviii (6) (c) 

Thomas, xii. 374, 378, 393 

Walter, xxxviii. 44 

William, xx. 522 
COTTOX, WII.MAM, on hill castles near the Land's 

End, xxii. 300 

Cottons, Derbyshire, xiii. 291 
Cottrell, Sir Clement, xxxv. 343 

Edward, xxxii. 445 

Lady Frances, xxxv. 343 

Sir Henry Geers, xxxvii. 200 

.John, xxxiv. 44 

Thomas, xxxii. 445 
C'ottin, Hat' de. xxxix. 422 
Cotyngham, Richard do, xxxi. 94 
Couey, Lady de, xx. 1U3, 118, 22(1 

Ingelnim de, xx. 227 

Isabella de, xx. 227 

Philippa de, xx. 227 

Robert de, xxxix. 442 

Thomas de, xxxix. 442 
Couderai, Piers de, xxxix. 1 1-2 
Coughton, Warwickshire, xliii. 3 13 
Coulours, France, xliv. 29G 
Coulson. Jilcnkinsopp, xliv. 8 
Counsel, George, xxxvi. 4">7 
Counnus, island of (Ptolemy), xlviii. .'!M- 
Counters, in grave, xli. 419 

Reckoning by, xiii. 135, 1GO 

Found in Warwick square, London, xlviii 

247 

Counting-board, a, xxxvi. 290 
Conper, John, xxxviii. 50 
Coupland, John de, xliv. 114 
Courland, James, duke of, letter of, to William 

Morice, xxiv. 145 
Couroies, see Arms 

Court, proceedings of the, in 1454, letter con- 
cerning, communicated by Sin FREDERICK 
MADDEN, xxix. 305 
Court-baron, descended from township, xlvii. 92 

Held every three weeks, xlvii. 98 
Court, ecclesiastical, iii. 416 

2o2 



196 



COU-COW 



Court, held in churches, x. 308 

Leet, an attribute of the soke, xlvii. 92 
Manorial, at Rothley, xlvii. 92, 125 
Conrtebonne, barony and marquisate of, iii. 200 
Courtecnisse, Jean, xx. 10. 
Courteenhall, Northamptonshire, xi. 385 

Sedilia at. x. 285 
Courtcnay, family, mention of, i. xxviii (a), xxix 

(/). xxx 0) 

Tomb in Colyton church, Devon, xlviii. 160 
Courtenay, Kdward, earl of Devon, xx. 194 ; 
xxviii. 1 1 ; xx.xi. 1(58 

Death of (15515), xxxii. 1599 
Garter-]ilato of, xxxi. 1(58 
llcnrv. earl of Devon, letter to, concerning 
the expedition to France in 1513, xxvi. 
47.'. 

Henrv, inari|nis of Exeter, xxii. '21 
Sir I!ii<_'li, xxxi. 25, 2(5, 41, 117, 121, 139 
Untrli, xxviii. !> 
John, xxviii. 112 

Margaret dc, countess of Devonshire, iii. -HI 
Matilda, .xx. 229 

Peter, ii. 330, :!:!1 ; iv. ISii; xx. 229 
Peter. liMiop of Kxcter, i. 371 (), 373 (/*), 

3! IS (c) 

Sir Pliili]>, xxviii. 10 
Sir Piers, xxviii. 117 
Richard, x. 277 

Thomas, earl of Devon, xxv. 385 ; xxix. 328 
Walter, xxi. 23 

Sir William, xxii. 22 ; xxviii. 112 
William, xi. 245, 249 

William, archbishop of Canterbury, x. 2(58, 
2i 59, 271-280; xxii. 248 
Mandate of, to pray for success of cru- 
sade in favour of Urban VI., x. 391 
Courtcys, Peter, i. 365 (a), 367 (A), 392 (c) 
Courtrai, France, v. 423 
Court y David, Wales, vi. 25 
Courts for agricultural purposes, xlvi. 411, 414 

Held in stone circles, xxii. 410 
Coussy, Kanlf de, prisoner at Poitiers, i. 213 (a), 
214 (b), 234 (c) 



Coustain, Peter, xl. 482 
Couston, Thomas, xii. 373 
Cousyn, Thomas, xx. 215 
Coutances, France, xxv. 178 

Leaden coffin found at, xxxi. 461 
Coutinho, Pedro de, xiii. 267 
Cove, near Ecclefechan, Scotland, gold ornament 

found at, ii. 41 
Cove, John, xxviii. 18 

Thomas, xi. 104 

Covenant of the Scottish parliament, 1641, ex- 
hibited by WILLIAM DOWNING BRUCE, 
xxxii. 404 
Coventina, xlv. 361 
Coventry, Warwickshire, xx. 177; xxi. 12; xxxv. 

317 

Carthusian monastery at, xiii. 255 
Corporation pasturajje at, xlvi. 416 
Gild of the Holy Trinity at, 1. 187 
(iilds at, xxxvi. 439, 451 
Insurrection at, iemp. Henry VIII., xlvii. 

325, 333 

Mory, queen of Scots at, xxxii. 76 
Money coined at, v. 410 
Mysteries, xiii. 287 
Saint Mary's hall at, xxxvi. 441 

Tapestry in, xxxvi. 438 ; xlix. 251 
Trinity church, painting of the Last Judg- 
ment in, xxxvi. 385 

Coventry park, gold ring found at, xviii. 306 
Coventry and Lichfield, bishop of, see Booth, 

William ; Lee, Rowland 
Coventry, earl of, xxxv. 333 
Coventry, Sir Thomas, x. 144; xli. 239, 252, 

256 

Sir W., xxii. 33 

Cover, a measure of land in Wales, xii. 99 
Coveracle, a, xxi. 240 
Coverdale, Miles, bishop of Exeter, v. 236 

Pass to go to Denmark (1554) for, xviii. 181 
Coverpaine, xxi. 275 
Covert, Richard, xxxvi. 38 
Covilhan, Pedro de, xxxii. 40, 44 ; xl. 4 
Coward, Christopher, xliv. 416 



COW-CRA 



197 



Coway-stakes, supposed place where Caesar crossed 
the Thames, i. 188 (a), 189 (6), 208 (c) ; 
ii. 142, 145 

Cowbridge, Glamorganshire, ii. 4, 14 ; vi. 9, 15 
Cowdray house, Sussex, iii. 190 ; xxxvii. 491 

Architecture of, vi. 360, 369 

Drawings of, xxxii. 406 

Paintings at, SIR JOSEPH ATLOFFE on, iii. 239 

Picture at, JOHN TOPHAM on, viii. 406 
Cowdry, Mr, i. 155 (a) (b), 173 (r) 
Coweke, Robert de, xxviii. 9 
Cowel, John, i. xx (a), xxi (fc) (c) 
Cowell, Stepney, xxxiv. 190, 192, 193 
Cowford, xxvi. 224, 225, 228 
Cowholm, Norfolk, xv. 329 
Cowl, see Costume 

For hens, xxv. 421 

Cowlam, Yorks, glass beads from. xlvi. 148 
Cowles, John, i. 12 (a) (b), 14 (c) 
Cowley, the condemnation of, temp. Henry VIII., 

xlvii. 308, 313 
Cowling, Kent, viii. 220 ; xi. 356 ; xii. 14, 1G 

Sedilia at, xi. 372 
Cows, the price of, xviii. 283 

Sculptured at Hognaston church, xlvii. 171 

Standard of value, iv. 61 

Suckling calves, on ancient vase, xxiii. 204 

Worshipped in Egypt, iv. 241 
Cowsland, Scotland, xxxiv. 194 
Cowper, Emma, xxxviii. 45 

Mr., xii. 395 ; xxxvii. 205 

Eobert, xii. 371 
Cox, Charles, xxxiii. 307 

Dr., xii. 368 

Lieut.-col., xxxviii. 326 

Mr., vii. 387 ; xv. 126 ; xlv. 70 

Richard, xxxiv. 38 ; xlii. 87 

Robert, xl. 317 

Thomas, xii. 358 

Exhibits Egyptian engraved copper- 
plate, xiii. 408 

William, xii. 358 
Coxage, Mr., xxv. 496 
Coxiter, Robert, xxxv. 474 




Coxwell, Little, Berks, pits at, vii. 236 
Crab, on ancient vase, xxiii. 208 

Stamping, xix. 298 
Grace, Mr, collection of London engravings 

formed by, xlvii. 391 
Plan of Westminster hall in, 1. 11 
Cracherodc, Bridget, xi. 60 

Mathew, xi. 60 
Cracow, Poland, ancient buildings at, xxxix. 95 

Dominican convent at, xxxix. 97 
Cracows, see Costume 
Crackcliff, see Cardiff 
Cracknells, xv. 265 
Craddock, Sir Matthew, monument of, xxxii. 

448 
Cradle, of Henry V, vi. 363 

And baby linen presented to Elizabeth, 
quc'i'n of Bohemia, by the town of 
Haarlem, xxxix. 151 

Belonging to Charles Xevil, earl of West- 
moreland, viii. 451 
Cradley, Herefordshire, xvm. 430 
Cradokc, Edward, xliii. '2'20 
Cradwan Crundcl, Wiltshire, xxxv. 272 
Grafter, William, xxxi. 4S3 ; xii. ITS 
Crage, David, xxii. S 

Craig Phaclrick, Scotland, vitrified fort at, x. 147 
Craig y Gaekkig, near Usk, Wales, ii. 21 

Camp at, vi. 12 
Craig, Alexander, xxxix. 469 
Crammald, Scotland, xxii. 3 
Crammer, Thomas, xliv. 416 
Cramond, Scotland, xxx. 245 
Cramp bone, xxxv. 268 

Rings, xxi. 122 
Crampton, Mr, xxv. 498 
Cranach, John, xxxi. 348 
Cranborne, Dorsetshire, xxii. 131 ; xxv. 34 ; 

xxxix. 86 

Cranbrook, Kent, xxv. 383 ; xlii. 302 
Cranch, John, xviii. 438 
Crancumb, Godfrey, xv. 210 

Crane, the bird, xiii. 341, 384; xix. 70, 288; 
xxv. 426 ; xxxvi. 51 



198 



CEA-CRE 



Crane, the, dissertation on, by SAMUEL PEGGE, ii. 
171 

Eaton in time of Henry VIII., ii. 171 

Eaten in Italy, ii. 173 

Eaten by the Romans and the Normans, ii. 

171 

Eggs of, penalty for destroying, ii. 174 
Flocks of in Lincolnsh. and Cambridgesh. in 

the time of John Ray, ii. 174 
In Lord Mayor of London's regulations as to 

prices ( 1572). ii. 17;{ 
Skelton speaks of it us food, ii. 172 
Storv of. xxxiv. -i'i\ 
Crone's foot, pic de gnu 1 , suggested as the origin 

of the word pedigree, ii. 17i> 
Crane, to display a. a carving term, ii. 1 "- 
Crane, to Irani? vestments ujion, xliii. 226 
Crane, Aiithony, xii. .'i"i7 
Kli/abetli. xxviii. !'.! 
Sir Francis, xxxvi. 4.'N 
Robert, x. H'7 
CHANT. Ti!<>\i.\-, on an inscription on a pig of 

lead, xin. 4i'5 

On a window at lirereton, Cheshire, xiii. 405 
Crane. William, xxviii. 199 
Cranesewe, William, xviii. 1*4 
Cranfield, Lionel, earl of .Middlesex, warrant of 
indemnity to. for havinir delivered certain 
jewels to James I., xxi. 1 IS 
Cranford. Mr., xlv. S2. W 
Craniee. Jim-chart, xviii. 1H 
Cranium, the Anglo-Saxon, 1. 3s8 
The Illyro-Koman. xli.x. :',:', 
The Roman, xlii. 4-13 

Cranley. Surrey, sepulchral brass at, xlii. 292 
Cranmer, Thomas, archbishop of Canterbury, 
xviii. 81, 127, 175, 177, 180; xxv. Go; 
xxx. 472 ; xxxvi. 21 

Committed to the Tower (1553), xviii. 175 
Letter of, relating to queen Katherine of 
Aragon and queen Anne Boleyn, xviii. 
77 

Regulations for the clergy by, ii. 172 
Cranmore, Berkshire, celt found at, v. 117 



Crannoge, Drnmkeery Longh, Ireland, xxxix. 

483 

Crannoges, Irish, xxxviii. 184 
Grant, a garland, xxxi. 503 
Crantzius, Albertus, viii. 13 
Craoible, the prince of, vii. 99 
Crasftewell, Edward, xii. 359 
Crater, zodiacal sign of, xlvii. 339 
Cratzer, Nicholas, xxxiii. 14 
Crauden, John de, prior of Ely, x. 151 ; xiv. 108 
Crauford, James, xlvii. 81 
Craven, Bcluard de, xxxvi. 422 

Elizabeth, xxxix. 469 

John, xxxix. 466 

Sir William, xxxix. 469 
Crawdundalc Watho, Westmoreland, i. 228 (a), 

229 (7;), 249 ( c) 
Crawford, James, xlvii. 81 

John, xxx. 1G5, 1GG; xxxi. 347; xlii. 187; 
xliv. 250 

Robert, xlv. GO 
Crawks, Robert, xxxvi. 301 
Crawster. Kdinond, xxvi. 451 
Cray, North, Kent, viii. 220 
Ci-ayer, a kind of ship, xi. 1G2 
Cray ford, Kent, ii. 117 

Caves at, xxxiv. ,'iO 

Shaft found at, xliv. 448 
Crayford, Sir Robert, xii. 104 
Craynford, Anne, xxix. 407 

Robert, xxix. 407 
Creag, a game, viii. 157 
Creake, Norfolk, xxiii. 369 
Creake, South, Norfolk, xiv. 5 
Creation, the, on font at East Meon, Hampshire, 

x. 185 

Crecanford, sec Crayford 
Crecy, Louis de, xxviii. 188 
Crt-cy, France, horse-shoes found at, xlvii. 452 
Credentia, credence table, xi. 348, 354 
Credit, letters of, xxviii. 216 
Crediton, Devonshire, vii. 69 

Bishop of, see Livingus 
Creek, Monmouthshire, v. 50; vi. 8; xxiii. 369 



ORE 



199 



Creel, a basket, xvii. 143 

Creepers, andirons, xxx. 9, 10; xxxvi. 289; xlii. 

354 

Crees, see Arms 
Creeste clothe, ix. 244 
Creety, John de, xxvi. 392 
Creffield, Andrew de, xii. 29 

Edward, xii. 29 

John, xxxvi. 49 

Robert, xii. 29 
Creighton, Robert, xxxv. 340 

Thomas, xxxv. 340 

Creke, Norfolk, the barony of, iii. 297 
Creke, Agnes, iii. 297 

Bartholomew, iii. 297 

Cicely, iii. 297 

Denis, iii. 297 

Isabel, iii. 297 

Margaret, iii. 297 

Sir Robert, iii. 297 
Cremar, a vagabond, a pedlar, i, 202 (a), 203 (I,), 

222 (c) 

Cremation, xxxvii. 455, 457,461,463,407; xlii. 
191; xliii. 324 

Anglo-Saxon at Sleaford, 1. 386 

Anglo-Saxon, the northern limit of, GKOKI;K 
ROLLFSTOX on, xlv. 405 

Early, in Switzerland, xlvii. 134 

Interments by, near Caburn, xlvi. 425 

Opposition of Christians to, xlii. 432 

Roman, evidence of, xlvi. 450 

The decline of, xxxi. 400 
Cremona, Italy, iv. 385; xliv. 133 

Cathedral, sculpture in, xliv. 156 
Crendi, Malta, temple near, J. G. VANCE on, xxix. 
227 

Plan and views of ruins at, xxix. 240 
Crenellate, license to, iii. 17 
Creon, Pierres de, prisoner at Poitiers, i. 214 (a), 

215 (6), 234 (c) 

Creones, the, in Ptolemy, xlviii. 394 
Crepehogg, Walter, xii. 19 
Crepin, William, xxxix. 442 
Crepping, Hugh de, xii. 29 



Creppingges, Richard de, xxxix. 442 
Crequy family, motto of the, xxxii. 70 
Crescent, the symbol of Ceres, xxii. 57 

A badge of honour among the Druids, ii. 37 

Gold, found, xxvi. 429 

Iron, from Swiss grave-mound, xlvii. 136 
Cresce<iues, France, barony of, iii. 200 
Crese, Nicholas, xl. 448 
Cresier, George, xxviii. 29 
Crcsigncs, Robert de, xxxix. 442 
Creslow, Buckinghamshire, viii. 350 
Crespin, Walter, xxviii. 261 
Cressauntes, sea Anns 
Cressener, George, xii. 40 

Sir John, xxv. 472 

John, xxv. 425 

Crosscut, William, xii. 31-2, 384 
Cressi, William do, xxxix. 442 
Cressingham, Norfolk, viii 237 

(lold object from, xliii. 5i>-i 
Cressingham, Hugh de, xv. 362 
Seal of, xxv. 607, 608 
Skin of, made into girths and saddles. 
xxv. 60S 

William de, xxv. GO!) 
CrcssoiiLT, Alexander, xxv. 55!) 
Crcssy, Franco, the battle of, v. 148 

Gi-:oi:ciK FI;KI>KI:IC;K lii:i.i/ on narratives of, 
xxvin. 171 

Treaty signed at in 154 1, iii. 261 

Victory of, attributed to St. George, xlix. 

280 
Cressy, Oliver de, xlv. 431 

Sir Roger, iii. 294 

Roger de, viii. 204 

Stephen, iii. 294 
CRESSWELI,, JOHN, on antiquities in Derbyshire 

and Yorkshire, x. 466 
Creswell, Mr., xiv. 121 

Robert, xxxvi. 40 

Walter, xxxvi. 38 
CRESY, EDWARD, on Eynsford castle, Kent, xxvii. 

391 
Cretaria ars, v. 43 



200 



CRE-CRO 



Crete, v. 163 ; xlix. 143, 355 
Crete, Alexander of, viii. 244 

Laonicns of, viii. 244 
Cretica, iii. 182 

Cretingges, Adam de, xxxix. 442 
Creton, John, xx. 189; xxviii. 77, 79, 80, 87, 90, 95 
Crevecoeur, see Costume 
Crcvecoenr, Robert de, xxxi. 223 
Creveqner, Agnes, iii. 295 

Hamo de. i. 341 (a), 343 (b), 367 (c) ; x. 311 

Helen, iii. 295 

Sir Hugh, iii. 295 

Isal)ell. iii. 2!>5 

Isolda, iii. 2!'") 

Robert ile, x. oil 
Crevice, a cnufish, xiii. 341, 387 
Crew. Sir John, v. 343 

John, xxxix. 1 16 

Civwstc. Mr., i. :::.7 (<, 359 (I,), 383 (c) 

Creyc, Simon de, xxxix. 442 

Crcyke. John, i. xxxvii (<;), xxxviii (b), xxxix (r) 

Crieli, Derbyshire, x. 31, 114 

Church, ma/crs from, 1. 135 

Lead mines in. v. 374 
Cricket, Charles Alexander, xii. iM 
Crickhowel, Wales, iv. 15; v. 34 

Roman inseri])tion at. iv. 18 
Cricklade, Wiltshire, ix. 9S, 99; 1. 2US 

Mint at, xxvi. '., 17 

Crickley Hill, Gloucestershire, xix. 170 
Cricklet Ham, land in Oxfordshire, xxxv. 473 
Crida, vii. 143 
Crie de guerre, xxi. 22G 
Criel, France, xlv. 45 
Crieli, Hcrtram de, xxxix. 442 
Crignon, Pierre, xxxviii. 446; xliv. 239 
Criminy work, xv. 277 
Crimlishworth, Yorkshire, ii. 362 
Crimp, game at cards, viii. 144 
Crinan, v. 206; ix. 330 
Crinden House, Monmouthshire, ii. 7 
Crinett, see Arms 
Criniere, see Arms 
Criolio, Simon de, xlv. 457 



Crismatories, belonging to St. Paul's, London 

(1245), 1. 443, 468 
Crispe, John, xxv. 454, 478 
Sir Thomas, xviii. 177 
Thomas, xxv. 437 
William, xxv. 437, 474 
Crispin, Joan, xl. 420 
Richard, xl. 420 
Roger, xl. 420 
William, xl. 420 
Crispus, the emperor, xxix. 166 
Grists!!, Henry, xx. 19 
Critty, Mr. de, xl. 134 
Crivclli, Carlo, xlix. 265 
Crnaluga, Servia, sepulchral chambers found at, 

xlix. 69 
Croatia, monument of an early prince of, xlviii. 

62, 63 

Roman roadway in, xlviii. 54 
Croaton, Wiltshire, i. 58 (a) (6), 64 (c) 
Crocards, a kind of bird, iii. 157 
Crock, a cooking vessel, xlvi. 208 
Crocker, Mr., xv. 124, 343 
Crockern Tor, Dartmoor, Devon, the stannary 

parliaments held on, xxii. 433 
Crockforde, William, xii. 366 
Crockkle, a pillar in the New Forest, Hampshire, 

xxxv. 91 

Crockton, John, xxxviii. 107 
Crocodes, a salve, ix. 233, 238 
Crocodile, the, iv. 223 

In Egyptian sculpture, iv. 220 
Worshipped in Egypt, iv. 240 
Croft, Durham, bridge at, x. 65 
Croft, name of crypt at Canterbury cathedral, 

viii. -145 
Croft, Sir James, xxiii. 30 

John, i. 309 (), 372 (A), 397 (c) 
Mr., xlv. 104 
Richard, xvii. 225 
Thomas, xii. 370 
Croften, Sir James, xviii. 179 
Crofton, William, ir. 245, 249, 250 
Zachariah, xlv. 106 






CEO 



201 



Crofts, Mr., a priest, xiii. 98 

Sir James, xii. 387 
Crofts, divisions of land in Rothley manor, 

Leicestershire, xlvii. 91, 98 
Crohun, Maurice de, xxviii. 274 
Croi, Jean de, xxxiii. 131 
Croiser, William, xxiv. 309 
Croix, John de, xxviii. 181 
Crok, Piers, xxxix. 422 
Croke, family of, xviii. 110 
Croke, Sir Alexander, xxxii. 392 

* 

Henry, xxvii. 370 

Reginald, viii. 202 

Richard, xlv. Ill 

CROKKR, THOMAS CROFTOX, xxii. 338, 345 ; xxxiii. 
350 

Exhibits drawings of pottery found at 
Keston, Kent, xxii. 349 

On subterranean chambers at Carrigtohill 
and Ballyhendon, co. Cork, xxiii. 79 

Identification of the author of the ballad on 
the mtrenchmentofNewRoss, xxviii. 438 
Cromale, Alexander de, xxxvii. 292 
Cromarsh church, Berkshire, xxxvii. 254 
Crombe, Simon de, xxxix. 442 
Cromer, Norfolk, xii. 178; xxiii. 362 
Cromer, Nicholas, i. 353 (a), 355 (6), 379 (c) 
Cromford Canal, Derbyshire, xii. 5 
Cromford Moor, Derbyshire, vii. 171 

Pig of lead found on, v. 369 ; x. 23 
Cromlechs, iv. 114; xxxv. 233, 234, 241243, 
245, 246 

Not sepulchral, iv. 114 

Algerian, xxxviii. 253 

At Gadara, Syria, xxxviii. 264 

At Gaer Lwyd, Monmouthshire, xxix. 400 

At Locmariacher, Brittany, xxxii. 443 

At Madron, Cornwall, xiv. 224 

At Mont Orgueil, Jersey, xxviii. 461 

At Saint Nicholas, Wales, iii. 116 

At Stenness, Orkney, xxxiv. 99 

At Veu, Orkney, xxxiv. 116 

Of Ystumcegid, Llanfihangel - y - Pennant, 
Caernarvonshire, xxxiv. 66 



Cromwell, Elizabeth, autograph of, xxxviii. 323, 
325 

Petition of, to Charles II., xxxviii. 322 

325 

Henry, autograph of, xxxviii. 324 
Joan, iii. 297 

Sir John de, xxvi. 322, 323, 342 
Lord, Yorkist leader, xlvii. 272 
Mary, xxxvii. 158 
Sir Oliver, xii. 230, 280 
Oliver, Lord Protector, viii. 324; xxiv. 137, 

138. 139; xxxix. 240 
About to take the title of emperor, 

xxxvii. 22^> 

Act against cock-fighting, iii. 14 s 
Grant of the lordship of (lower to, 

xxix. 3S3 

flreat and private seals (if, xxxviii. 77 
Hindered the sale of portions of the 

Royal collections, iii. 22 s 
Letter to Robert Hammond, 3 Jan. 1647 

xix. 148 

Letters of, xxxii. 2S 
Mother of, iv. 188 
Navy of, xi. 179 
Opposition to. in London, 1. 2s 
Said to have murdered Arthur, lord 

Capel, xv. 300 

Watches ascribed to, xxxiii. 91, 93 
Sir Ralph, xxxvi. 269 
Ralph, iii. 207; xxvii. 283 
Sir Richard, xxiii. 77 
Richard, xliii. 202, 239 

Great seal of, xxxviii. 82 
Robert, iv. 188 ; viii. 324 
Simon de, xxxix. 442 
Thomas, earl of Essex, xviii. 57 ; xxiii. 50; 

xxv. 65, 67 ; xxxii. 32 ; xlvii. 367 
Crondal, Hants, xxii. 54 
Cronyes, probably ewes, xxv. 438 
Crookebank, William, xiv. 127 
Crookes, Essex, xii. 29 
Crookes, Richard, xii. 394 
Crookman, Richard, xlv. 65 
2D 



202 



CRO 



Croose, Richard, burial and month's mind of, i. 

13 (a) (6), 15 (r) 
Crophill, Sir John, iii. 299 
Croppe, Mr., xxv. 513 
Crosby, Cumberland, xxii. 166 
Crosby, Mr., xxxi. 282 
Croshawe, Mr., xlv. 101 
Cross-bow, << Arms 
Crosier, of abbots, the veil of, xvii. 38 

Breaking of. xvii. 37 

Early sculpture of, xlvii. 1C>S 

Episcopal, introduction of, xvii. 3(5 ; xix. .'592 

Evesham abbey, Worcestershire, xx. 566, 5(58 

Foil ml in collin, xiv. I IS 

In painting 1 of a bishop, xlvi. 1!>2 

Of archbishops, xlvii. I57"> 

Of Ki.--lii.ps of Watcrford. xxx. 3(50 

< if K.-ilpli Flambard, bishop of Durham, I. 533 

Of M'I- of Limerick, xxii. 3d, 3S 

Purchased in Frunce, xviii. 412 

Supposed to be that of William Lyndewoode, 

bishop of St. David's, xxxiv. -130 
CrosM-, captain, xxxiii. 211; xxxiv. 297, 307,31(1 

Sir I-M \\ard. xxxiv. 33d 

Henry, xliii. 221 

lolin. xvi. 3ti2 ; xvii. 329 

Mr., xliv. 115, 120 

Sir Robert, xxii. 17C>, 179, 187; xxxiv. 315, 
33i 

Thomas de, xxxi. 5 

William, xliii. 21(1, 217 
Crosses. ( Yosslets : 

Abingdon. Berks, i. 10 (</)(/,), 18 (c); xliv. 4(55 

Absolution crosses, xxxv. 299, 300; ixxvii. 
37, 38 

Armour, crosses to hang armour on, xi. 100 

ASTI.K, THOMAS, on, xiii. 215 

Ballinchter, Meath, xiii. 217 

Blorc Heath, StafFoitlshire, xiii. 215 

Bordeaux, France, i. 77(a) (b), 86(c); xxxv. 364 

Boundary marks, xiii. 214 

Brent Pclham, Hertfordshire, xxv. 243 

Bntteilles, France, xxxv. 300 

Cannington, Somersetshire, xxv. 243 



Crosses continued 

Carnac, France, xxv. 188 
Castle Dor, Ireland, xiii. 217 
Chichester, Sussex, xxxv. 300 ; xlv. 225 
Cloybrooke, Leicestershire, xiii. 214 
Clon Macnois, Ireland, xiii. 213 
Cloyne, Ireland, xliv. 483 
Consecration crosses, xxv. 243, 277 ; xxx. 
120 ; xlv. 225 ; xlvii. 165 
J. H. MIDDLETON on, xlviii. 456 
In painting of a bishop, xlvi. 192 
At Ambcrley, Sussex, xlvii. 165 
Arundel, Sussex, xlviii. 458 
Badgeworth, Gloucestershire, xlviii. 462 
Barfrcston, Kent, xlviii. 463 
Berkeley, Gloucestershire, xlviii. 461 
Bishop's Cleeve, Gloucestershire, xlviii. 

158 

Blofield, Norfolk, xlviii. 463 
Blythborough, Suffolk, xlviii. 463 
Braxted, Little, Ivssex, xlviii. 463 
Bromham, Bedfordshire, xlvii. 165 
Brooke, Kent, xlviii. 160 
Cambridge, Pembroke college, xlviii. 463 
Carlton-in-Lindrick, Notts, xlvii. 166 
Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, xlviii. 461 
Chichester cathedral, Sussex, xlviii. 460 
Chiseldon, Wilts, xlviii. 460 
Climping, Sussex, xlvii. 165 
Coggeshall, Essex, xlviii. 460 
Comberton, Little, Worcestershire, xlvii. 

166 

Ditteridge, Wilts, xlvii. 165 
Duxford St. John, Cambridgeshire, xlvii. 

165 

Edington, Wilts, xlviii. 463 
Elkstone, Gloucestershire, xlviii. 462 
Ferriby, South, Lincolnshire, xlviii. 463 
Findern, Derbyshire, xlvii. 165 
Gloucester, St.Mary-le-Crypt, xlviii. 461 
Haltham-snper-Bain, Lincolnshire, xlvii. 

165, 174 

Hardwick, Cambridgeshire, xlviii. 463 
Iffley, Oxfordshire, xlviii. 462 



CRO 



203 



Crosses continued 

Kempley, Gloucestershire, xlvii. 165 ; 

xlviii. 462 

Lanteglos, Cornwall, xlvii. 163 
Lcckhampton,Gloucestershire, xlviii. 462 
Ledbury, Gloucestershire, xlviii. 462 
Leigh, South, Oxfordshire, xlvii. 166 
My lor, Cornwall, xlvii. 166 
Oddington, Gloucestershire, xlviii. 462 
Ottery St. Mary, Devonshire, xlviii. 460 
Paris, St. Chapelle, xlviii. 464 
Pevensey, Sussex, xlviii. 460 
Pirford, Surrey, xlvii. 165 
Poddington, Bedfordshire, xlvii. 167 
Portskewit, Monmouthshire, xlvii. 166 
Preshute, Wiltshire, xlviii. 460 
Purton, Wiltshire, xlviii. 460 
Boscrea, Ireland, xlviii. 464 
Salford, Oxfordshire, xlvii. 166 
Salisbury cathedral, Wiltshire, xlviii. 

458 
Shurdington chapelry, Gloucestershire, 

xlviii. 462 

Stanley, St. Leonard's priory, Glouces- 
tershire, xlviii. 462 
Stanton Lacy, Shropshire, xlvii. 167 
St. Mary-le-Wigford, Lincoln, xlviii. 463 
Stowell, Gloucestershire, xlviii. 462 
Studland, Dorsetshire, xlviii. 463 
Swindon, Gloucestershire, xlviii. 462 
Swyncombe, Oxfordshire, xlvii. 165 
Syracuse, St. John's church, xlviii. 464 
Tottenhill, Norfolk, xlvii. 165 
Thirsk, Yorkshire, xlviii. 463 
Uffington, Berkshire, xlviii. 463 
Ulceby, Lincolnshire, xlviii. 463 
Uphill, Somersetshire, xlvii. 166 
Westminster abbey, Henry VII. 's 

chapel, xlviii. 458 
Wiston, Suffolk, xlvii. 165 
Wolston, Gloucestershire, xlviii. 461 

Creeping to the cross, xviii. 128 

Cressy, France, xxviii. 192 

Cross, cowled, xxxvii. 307 



Crosses continued 

Cross, not always a Christian symbol, xxiL 

58 ; xlviii. 243 

Crowland, Lincolnshire, iii. 96; xiii. 214 
Crowle church, Lincolnshire, lintel composed 

of Runic, xlvii. 175 
Crucifix, see Cross and Rood 
Crucifix, in tomb of Edward the Confessor, 
iii. 390 

A sanctuary, viii. 35 

Enamelled, xxxi. 516 

Flemish, xliii. 244 

Of stone found in the chapter-house, 

Durham, xlv. 386 
Crucifixes, THOMAS ASTI.K on, xiii. 2us 

On book-covers, xiii. 220 
Cups, crosses on, xliii. 39S 
Dinton, Buckinghamshire, x. 16!( 
Durham, sanctuarv cross, viii. 3U 
Kdindon, Wiltshire, xxv. 253 
Kyam, Derbyshire, ii. 51 
Food vessel on, xliii. 3S t, ,'!S5 
Frisby, Leicestershire, xiii. 214 
Furness abbe}-, Lancashire, xxx. 120 
Fylfot, the, meaning and origin of, xlviii. 2IJ3 
Glastonbury, Somersetshire, iv. (>1 
Helmsby, Norfolk, xiv. 40 
Hexham, Northumberland, xiv. 17 
Highway crosses, viii. 28 
Jerusalem, a cross called, xiii. 220 
Kilavoir, Argyllshire, xiii. 213, 217 
Killgowan, Kildare, xliii. 142 
Kilmorie, Scotland, xlvii. 174 
Kirkapol, Scotland, xlvii. 174 
Kynfeg, Whales, iii. 115 
Leicester, x. 209 
Light of Holy Cross, xi. 368 
Lincoln, xxxv. 300 
Llan Iltuti, Wales, iii. 116 
London, St. Mary Magdalen, Milk Street, 

xiii. 199 
London, belonging to St. Paul's cathedral, 

1. 445, 455, 456, 457, 471, 514, 519, 520 
Longtown, Cumberland, ii. 50 

2D2 



204 



CRO 



Crosses continued 

Loath, Lincolnshire, x. 94 
Lundores, Fifeshire, xiii. 215 
Madern, Cornwall, xiii. 217' 
Maen-y-Llythurog, Wales, iii. 115 
Maltese, the, signification of, xlviii. 295 
Margam house, Pembrokeshire, xiii. 213, 217 
Xeith, Gneyth, cross of, x. 251; xiii. 218 ; 

xliv. 378, 3SO 

Xevil's Cross, Durham, xiii. 215 
Ooii Du. Leinster. xiii. 217 
Ordeal liy the cross, xxxii. 281 
Ornamentation of, rarely seen in America, 

xlvii. i:.7 

Paper mark, a cross, xii. 1 1 ."> 
Parish, expenses fur making, xlvi. 234 
Pen -\-.\I\ ni. 1.1. Wales, iv. 24 
Ploermel. Hrittany, vi. 134 

(Juilicrx ille-sur-iner, France, xxxv. .'500 

Kothlev Temple, Leicestershire, ix. .'170 

Hiinie. in Lincolnshire churches, xlvii. 175 

Saint Kdniund's Burv, iii. 315 

Saint Donat's, iii. 1 11 ; vi. 2S 

Sali-lmry. Wiltshire, ix. 373. 374; xxv. 243 

Seulpiui-ed. xlvii. 1 74 

Sculptured svmbolizations of, xlvii. 172. 

Shurehain. New. Sussex, xxv. 213 

Signature, a cross, iv. 133 

Sligo abbey, Ireland, xiii. 217 

Somershv, Lincolnshire, xiv. 270 

Stump ei-oss. xiii. 214 

S wast lea. the. mean ing and origin of, xlviii. 293 

Symbolization of worship of, xlvii. 1G7 

Syracuse, xxv. 277 

Taking down cross (1GOG), xxxv. 439 

Tenure by, xvii. 317 

Treasure supposed to be hidden near, xlviii. 

254. 255 

Truro, Cornwall, St. Clement's, xiii. 217 
Urn, cross on, xliii. 251, 256, 357 ; xlix. 194 
Wastold, bishop, cross of, iv. GO 
Weeping cross, xiii. 216 
Worship of the cross, xiii. 199 
Cross-hands, an inn sign, xix. 165 



Cross-house, at Eltham, Kent, xxxiv. 59 
Cross-keys, the, Norfolk, iv. 30 
Cross-keys, worn by sanctuary men, viii. 35 
Crosster, meaning of, xlvi. 196 
Crosta, Robert de la, xxviii. 9 
Croston, Wiltshire, xxxii. 290 
Croston, Richard de, xxvi. 337 
Crotenden, William, xii. 383 
Crotola, the, on an ancient vase, xxiii. 214 
Crotoy, France, xxviii. 174 ; xl. 456 
Crotraidhe, the prince of, vii. 100 
Crouch, the river, ix. 379 

Crouchback, Edmund, see Plantagenet, Edmund, 
earl of Lancaster 

Remarks on name, xii. 203 
Croupes, Richard de, xxxix. 422 
Croutch, a, xxi. 554 
Crow, the. iv. 341 ; vii. 07 ; xix. 70, 100 

On ancient vase, xxiii. 180, 182, 213 
Crowchcmes, xxv. 521 
Crowden farm, Wiltshire, xxxv. 272 
Crowder, a fiddler, iii. 31 
Crowdero, a character in Hudibras, iii. 31 
Crowe, Henry, x. 178; xxiii. 372 

On urns found at Buxton, xiii. 404 
Crowkeeper, vii. 68 
Crowland, Lincolnshire, during the Civil Wars, 

xlvi. 14, 15 

Crowland abbey, Lincolnshire, iii. 99; iv. 67, 
77 ; v. 206 ; xi. 349 

Boundary stone of, xiii. 214 
SAMUKI. PEHUK on, v. 101 
THOMAS POWXALI, on, iii. 96; vi. 393, 
398 

Built on a barrow, xxxiii. 262 

Dedicated to St. Guthlac, iii. 97 

Founded by King Ethelbald, iii. 97 

Lands ravaged by King John, iv. 39 

Liturgy of, xxiv. 16 

Plan of, xix. 363, 368 

Reliquary representing murder of Theodore, 
abbot of, xxiv. 266 

Vineyard at, iii. 84 

Wiglaf's gift to, iv. 66 



CRO-CRY 



205 




Crowle church, Lincolnshire, lintel of, composed 

of Runic cross, xlvii. 175 
Crown, iv. 65 ; see also Gold, ornaments of 
A paper mark, xii. 115, 121 
Heirs to the, after Richard III., xlvii. 

421 
Irish, bronze objects supposed to belong to, 

xlvii. 475 
Jewels and plate, papers relating to, xlviii. 

201 

Of bride and bridegroom, xvii. 127 
Of glass, found in the Tower, v. 305 
Of Robert Guiscard, at Bari, 1. 112 
Of thorns, xlvii. 476 
Property and rights, selling of by Richard I., 

1. 318 
Radiated, origin and significance of, xlvii. 

476, 479 

Representation of, xlix. 299 
Royal, xv. 285 

Delivered to Commonwealth trustees, 

xlviii. 217, 219 

Used by kings of Ireland, xlvii. 479 
Worn by bishops, xvii. 34 
Crowne, Nicholas, xxviii. 18 
Crow's Crundle, xxxv. 274 
Croxdale church, Durham, sculptured Crucifixion 

in, xlvii. 168 

Croxden, Staffordshire, viii. 202 ; xliii. 202 
Abbey, gatehouse chapel of, xlix. 434 
Croxton, Leicestershire, the abbot of, iv. 31, 42 

Land held in, xlvii. 108 
Croxton Kyriel, Leicestershire, xi. 385 

Sedilia at, x. 295 
Croxton, Thomas, xliii. 167 
Croy, Guillaume de, motto of, xxxii. 71 
Croydon, Surrey, ix. 97, 104; xxxii. 276 
Church, xi. 344 
Inventory of Archbishop Parker's goods at, 

xxx. 28 

Plague at, xxxvii. 20 
Whitgift's hospital, mazer from, 1. 164 
Croy Hill, Scotland, Roman remains from, xxi. 
455, 468 



Croyland, see Crowland 
Crubeclive, Yorkshire, v. 196 
Cruce, Michael, xviii. 405 
Crucem, Robert Apud, xxxvii. 287 
Cruches, see Costume 
Crucible in grave, xli. 419 
Crucifix, see Cross 

Crucifixion, of a child at Lincoln, i. 27 (a) (I), 
30 (c) 

Fifteenth century picture of, 1. 78 

In window of St. Margaret's, Westminster, 
xlix. 254 

Of children, Jews charged with, vi. 165 

On a diptych, xlix. 252 

Sculptured representations of, xlvii. 168 
Crudus, a kind of brick, ii. 1S7 
Crudwcll, Wiltshire, xxxvii. 258, 3U5 
Cruecuer, Robert de, xxxix. 442 
Cruelcs, black and yellow, xxv. 513 
Cruelty to animals : 

Cock-fighting, iii. 132, 150 

Quails made to fight like cocks, iii. 133, 

13 I-, 144 
Cruets (silver) belonging to St. Paul's, London, 

(1245), 1. 443 

Crukadam, Geoffrey, xxx. 430 
Crukenho, Brittany, xxv. 209 
Crumpets, xv. 265 
Crumwell, sec Cromwell 
Crundale, Kent, xiv. 38 ; xli. 410 
Crundale, Richard de, xxix. 184, 185, 189 

Roger de, xxix. 184, 185, 186 
Crupe, Richard de, ii. 296 

Crusades, history of, painted in the Tower of Lon- 
don and the Jewry, Westminster, iii. 187 

Encouraged usury, xxviii. 212 

Influence of, on Gothic architecture, xliii. 83 

Particulars of expeditions, xlvii. 38 
Crutched Friars,London. glass font made at,xl vi.98 
Crwth, an instrument of music, iii. 30 

Represented in sculpture at Melrose Abbey, 

Scotland, iii. 30 
Cryell, Bertram of, iii. 295 

Joan, iii. 295 



206 



CRY-GUM 



Crypts in Coptic cbnrches, xlviii. 405 
Crystal ball in grave, xli. 419 
Crystal, known as Beckct's shoe-buckle, 1. 142 
Crystalline glass, manufacture of, xlvi. 84 
Subject to film decay, xlvi. 190 
Supersedes translucent, xlvi. 102 
Crystals in magic, xl. 390 
Crystyne, Thomas, xxxix. 25 
Crythor, a player on the crwth, iii. 31 
Ctcsias, xxxiv. 73 
Ctesiphon, vi. (IS; xi. 8 
Cubberly church. Gloucestershire, efligy in, ii. 295 

Aisle built by .lohn do Herklcy in, ii. 29(i 
Cucking-stool, nrr Punishment, ducking-stool 
Ciickmcrc, the i-iver. Sussex, xlii. 2S 
Cuckolds, called St. Clark's brethren, xxvi. 222 
Cucumbers grown under glass by the Romans. 

\ ii. 1 It'. 
Cucumella, .Mount. Italy, ancient vases found 

near, xxiii. 2til 

Cudliri-duce. a bird. xiii. 3H. 385 
Cuddington, Surrey, xxxix. .'15 
Cudlyngton, the manor of, xxxiv. 44 
Cudnor, William, xxxix. 25 
Cudworth. Somersetshire, church of, granted to 

Wells, 1. 357 

Cuerdale. Lancashire, xxxiii. 348 
Cuerton, Hirliard, xliii. 209 

Valentine, xlv. 98 
(.'neyne, Kdward. xxiii. 40(! 
Cuf, (ialfrcd le, xxxvii. 271! 
William le, xxxvii. 278 
Cuff. James Dodsley, xxiii. 397, 398 
Cuffe. Mr., xxii. 179, 180, 182 
Cnffyn. Kdward, inscription of in Tower of 

London, xiii. 84, 85 
Cufic characters, vii. 2, 10 

Coins, STEPHEN WKSTGN on, xviii. 309 
Cuhclyn, xiv. 217 
Cuirass, fe Arms 
Cnir bouilli, xxvi. 399 
Cuirn, tee Cairn 

Cuisine Bonrgeoise of ancient Rome, HEXRV 
CHARLES COOTE on, xli. 283 



Cuissage, a tax. xxx. 231 
Cuissart, see Arms 
Cuisses, see Arms 
Culage, a tax, xxx. 231 
Culan, viii. 186 

Culenns, king of Scotland, xi. 46 
Culet, see Arms 
Culina, meaning of, xxxiv. 32 
Cnlland Park, Derbyshire, x. 31 
Cullen, ix. 50 

Cullcn, Scotland, xxi. 490; xlviii. 386 
Cullen, Tipperary, bronze swords found at, iii. 
355 

Cold objects from, iii. 360, 370 
Cullum, Mr., iii. 314 
Cullver, xiii. 341, 385 
Cnlpepir, Elizabeth, xv. 70 

Mr., ix. 248 

Richard, xl. 319 

Sir ( ), wooden effigy of, xlvi. 279 

Thomas, xxiii. 335 ; xlii. 377 

Walter, viii. 75 

Culpho, Suffolk, font at, x. 198 
Culpon, xxi. 35 

Culsalmond, Scotland, coffin at, xliv. 15 
Culsamuel, xiii. 198 
Culspath, Warwickshire, xxix. 178 
Cultures, division of land in Rothley manor, 

xlvii. 91, 98 

Culver, a pigeon, xiii. 385 
Culver Hole, Glamorganshire, xxix. 382, 383 
Culverin, sec Arms 
Culver-rent, xli. 344 
Culvert, a sewer, xli. 344 
Culvertage, xli. 344 
Culwen. Sir Christopher de, xxix. 373 
Cumac, figure of Bacchus from, xxxi. 471 

Excavations at, ARTHUR ASHPITEL on, xxxvii. 
316 

Glass urn from, xxv. 11 

Inscriptions at, xxxvii. 319 

Tomb at, xxxvii. 327 
Cnmbe, Adam de la, xxxvii. 294 
Cumberbatch, J. H., xxxv. 92 



CUM-CUP 



207 



Cuiiiberland, British remains in, x. 105 
Centurial stones from, xlii. 153 
Inscribed Roman altar from, xlvi. 183 
Manor customs in, 1. 206 
Roman antiquities in, HAYMAN ROOKE on, ix. 

219; x. 137 

Cumberland, earl of, see Clifford, George Henry 
George, xliv. 481 

Jasper ring belonging to, xxi. 119 
Cnmberton, Gloucestershire, ix. 6 
Cumblum, a ridge, xxv. 157 
Cumenagen, John Warre, bishop of, suffragan 

of Exeter, xviii. 414 
Cuming, H. Syer, xliii. 368 

Mazer belonging to, 1. 137, 174 
Cummin, tenure by, xii. 29 
Cummin family, ix. 57 
Gumming, Alexander, xxxiii. 21 

J. G., xliii. 98 

CUMMIXG, JA.MKS, communicates Sir Henry Yel- 
verton's narrative of what passed when 
he was restored to the king's favour (1609), 
xv. 27 

Gumming, John, ix. 56 
Cummins, Mr., xxiii. 79 
Cumton, sec Compton 

Villa of, belonging to bath (1179), 1. 354 
Cunachdonen, Thomas, bishop of, suffragan of 

Exeter, xviii. 415 
Cunci, the, xvi. 97 

Cuuditt, John, killed by lightning, viii. 75 
Cuneator, the office of, ROGERS RUDIXG on, xvii. 

207 

Cuneators, list of, xvii. 212 
Cuneiform inscriptions from Bchistun, xxxiv. 73 

Writing of the Persians, xxxii. 178 
Cunetio,i. 59 (a) (b), 65 (c) ; viii. 91, 99; xv. 189, 

190; xxviii. 401, 414, 416; xliii. 287 
Cuningham, ix. 56 
Cunninge, a fish, xiii. 348, 388 
Cunningham, Scotland, xvii. 243 
Cunningham, J., x. 479 
Richard, xliv. 416 
Cunningley, Yorkshire, celt found at, v. 118 



CUXXINGTOX, EDWARD, on a hoard of bronze, iron, 
and other objects found in Belbnry camp, 
Dorset, xlviii. 115 

CUNNINGTON, WILLIAM, on tumuli opened in Wilt- 
shire, xv. 122, 338 
Cunnon brook, Wales, vi. 26 
Cunobeline, king, x. 159 ; xvi. 146 ; xix. 410 ; 

xxxii. 350 ; xxxiii. 189 
Cunsby, x. 73, 75 
Cuny, captain, xxii. 187 
Cup, si'u Gold, ornaments of 

An instrument for conveying property, iii. 2 
Bacchanalian, STKI-IIKX WKSTOX on, xvii. 

113 

(Bronze), from Plymouth, xl. 504 
Found at St. Austell, Cornwall, ix. L S 7 
From Cornwall, xi. 83 
From Dunvegan castle, xxii. 4u7 
From Lancaster, xviii. 20' i 
Inscribed glass, from Cyprus, xlvi. 88 
At St. Mark's, Venice, xlvi. 92 
Of Chosroes I. of Persia, xlvi. 91 
Of Rowena, iv. 55 
Of staves of oak, Fairford, Gloucestershire, 

xxxiv. 80 

(Silver), from Ithaca, xxxiii. 48 
Tenure by, xvii. 311, 310 
(Tin), from Hallivick, Cornwall, xvi. 137 
Cup or lamp, made of chalk, xlv. 341 
Cupboard, a court, xl. 325, 341 
Cup-depressions, Doddington, Northumberland, 

xlv. 363 
Cup-markings, xlviii. 423 

On dolmen in Lizard, Cornwall, xlix. 198 
Cupee, see Costume 
Cuper, Josias, xxxiii. 100 
Cupid, iv. 166 

Figure of, from Cayton, Northants, xxx. 125 

From Stanmer, Sussex, xxix. 372 
Head of, from the Atrium Vestas, Rome, xlix. 

410 
Cupid and Psyche, group of, from Civita Lavinia, 

xlix. 370 
Cuppa de Mazero, I. 129 



208 



CUB-CUT 



Cur, Richard le, xxxvii. 283 

William le, xxxvii. 282 
Coraithe, the, vii. 283 
Curan, xvii. 98 
Curates, tee Arms 
Curator Rcipublicae, ii. 29 
Cure, Thomas, xii. 341 
Curfew, the, xix. 256 
Curia Regis, ii. 3U8 
Curie, see Arms 
Curieta, v. 170 
Curinthen, Mr., xxii. ISO 
Curie. Mrs , i. 35s (,/), :{60 (4), 385 (c) 
Curlewiake, a bird, .xiii. 311, 385 
Curlev, Mr., \.\xix. Ih2 
Curluss, Perthshire, discovery of heart of lord 

Edward Hruee lit, xx. 515 
Currants, nbes, x. 127 

Brought from Xante, iii. Gl 

Culled HUMUS deMurs in parts of France, iii. 93 

Called ribbs in Scandinavia, iii. (!1 

Called small raisins, iii. '.13 

Called vinbar andwinc-fragen in Scandinavia, 
iii. '.13 

Wild, near Richmond, Yorkshire, iii. 92 
Currency, iron bar perhaps used us, xlvi. 137 
( 'urres, Mons. de, ambassador from the emperor 

(1551). xviii. 180 
Currev, Mr., .\i. liJ7 
Currier.*' Company, xxxi. 389 
Currier, m-v Arms 
Currion, > Arms 
Curry. Dr., 1. 110 
Curry, North, Somersetshire, grant of, to Wells, 

1. 319 

Cursam, Sir John, xxxv. 314 
Cursitor baron of the exchequer, office of, EI>WAIU> 

Foss on, xxxvi. 23 
Cnrson, Sir John, xxxvii. 438 

John, xvi. 126 ; xxxi. 384 

Robert, xxv. 459 

Thomas, xii. 357 ; xl. 465 

Walter, xxiv. 321, 323 
Curtain, the lenten, xii. 338, 340, 352, 356 



Curtal, see Arms 

Curtana, name of the coronation sword, xx. 207 

Cnrtenei, Hue dc, xxxix. 442 

Curtes, Thomas, xxv. 470 

William, xii. 368 
Curteys, Nicholas, xxi. 552 

W., xv. 66 

William, xxiii. 329 ; xxv. 391 
Curtice, Sir Philip, xxxv. 342 
Curtis, E. J., xxxix. 28 

Martin, xl. 314 
Curtius, Quintus Rnfus, his history not quoted 

till the twelfth century, ix. 173 
Curton, Mac, family of, vii. 92 
Curtys, Mr., xiii. 92 

Thomas, xlv. 123 
Curva Sjiina, Robert de, xvii. 100 
Curzen, Robert, xxxviii. 17 

Sir John, xxvi. 311 
Cur/on, Thomas, xliii. 70 

Walter, brass of, xxxi. 510 
('usance, William, x. 251 

William de, xxxvi. 251 
Cushes, SVK Arms 

Custantin, William de, xxviii. 318 
Custis, Charles, xxxv. 335 
Custom wood, the, xxxv. 433 
Custom, Mr., xxv. 117 
Customs, manorial, ii. 311 

Of savage races, xlvi. 432, 434, 437, 444, 
419, 467 

Popular, in connection with Cornish barrow, 

xlix. 197 ; see Flowers, Village Fires 
Custors, in Exeter cathedral, xviii. 408 
Custos Feretri, a monastic officer, i. 24 (a) (I), 

27 (c) 
Custumary of the manor and soke of Rothley, 

Leicestershire, xlvii. 89 
Cuthbert, saint, xxv. 249 ; xlvi. 241 

Body of, xvi. 17 

Chapel of, at Bridlington, xix. 274 

Cross, for criminals at Durham who had 

taken sanctuary, viii. 30 
Hermitage of, iv. 85 



CUT-CZA 



209 



Cuthbert, saint, shrine of, i. 24 (a) (J) 27, (c) 
Cuthbert, John, ix. 284 ; xxv. 103 

Wlward, xi. 259 

Cuthred, king of Wessex, iv. 66 ; xxxvii. 260 
Cutlare, John, xxv. 371, 391 
Cutlers' Company, xxxi. 391 
Cutler, Thomas, xii. 366 
Cntsdean, Worcestershire, hoar-stone at, xxv. 

26 

Cuttes, Sir John, xviii. 154 
Cutti, Leonardo di, ix. 27 
Cutting glass, origin of, xlvi. 97 
Cutwolf, Margaret, xxxvi. 267 

William, xxxvi. 267 
Cuve, la, see Cave, la 

Cnxton, Kent, monumental brass at, xxx. 124 
Cwm, Radnorshire, vi. 8 

Roman station at, iv. 4, 5, 7, 14 ; xvii. 

168 
A farm, Brecknockshire, i. 302 (a) (i), 

325 (c) 

Cwser, family of, xxvii. 169 
Cyaxares, xxxii. 177 
Cybele, priests of, called Galli, ii. 67 

Priest of, bronze figure of, found in the 

Thames, xxviii. 38, 46 
Statuette of, found at Rome, xlix. 410 
Cyclas, see Arms 
Cyclolith, xxxv. 234, 238 
Cyclopean remains, xxviii. 416 
Cyciiarium, a salve, ix. 231 
Cycolitb, xxxv. 233, 234, 238 
Cykull castle, Durham, xx. 62 
Cyllene, mount, Greece, ii. 240 
Cymbal, vii. 220 

Hare playing on, xxi. 214 
Cymiterio, Thomas de, xxxvii. 288 

William de, xxxvii. 290, 294 
Cymograph, xliii. 90 
Cymraeg language, xvi. 115 
Cymri, the, xvi. 104, 109 
Cynegils, king of the West Saxons, xxxv. 269 ; 

xxxix. 137 
Cynesians, the, xvi. 97 



Cyncstes, the, xvi. 97 

Cynethrith, iv. 66 

Cynewulf, xxvi ; i. 361 ; xxxvii. 260 

Cynople, see Sinople 

Cynopolis, iv. 243 

Cynuit castle, xv. 200 

Cynveirz, Welsh poetry, xiv. 211 

Cynzelw, xiv. 217 

Cypress wood, pair of tables of, xxi. 256 

Cyprus, gold of, xvi. 7; xxix. 35, 52 

Ancient earthenware of, .similar to Mexican, 
xlvii. 157 

Ancient glass vase from, xlvi. 81 

Chronology of events in (1183 1218), xlvii. 
7 

Condition of, in the thirteenth century, xlvii. 
37 

Condition of church in. xlvii. 2 

Form of ornament appertaining to, xlvi. 430 

(ilass from to7iil> in, xlvi. I 1 '.' 

Gothic buildings in. xvii. 29 

Inscribed glass cup from, xlvi. SS 

Kingdom of, xxi. 352 

MS. of Neophytus written in, xlvii. 1 

Pottery from, xlvlii. 305 

Pottery from tombs of, THOMAS B. SAXPWITH 
on, xiv. 127 

Satin of, xli. 351 

Sufferings in, under Latin rule, xlvii. 1 

Taking of, by Richard I., xlvii. 38 

The gryphon symboli.sed in, xlviii. 363 
Cypselus, xviii. 345 
Cyriao of Antona, Ragusan inscriptions first 

copied by (1435), xlviii. 3 
Cyril, saint, liturgy of, xxiv. 7 
Cyrus, xiv. 234; xxxii. 173, 176 
Cyrys, xiv. 219 

Cythera consecrated to Venus, viii. 284 
Cyvet, Madame, v. 431 
Cyzicus, xiv. 268 
Czanad, Hungary, sword found at, xiv. 261 



2E 



210 



DAB-DAL 



D. 



Dabcni, Joan, xxxix. 442 

Dabes, fisli, xiii. 348, 388 

Dabriads, xvi. 110 

Dabrichecourt, Sir Sanchct do, xxxi. 139 

Dabrischccoart, Sir Eustace, xxxv. 458 

Dabteras. the, of Abyssinia, xxxii. 45 

Dacia, Collegia r'ahrum in, xlix. 11 

Gold mines of, xlix. (! 

Mediterranea, province of, xlix. 139 
Dacias, tin- live, xlix. 1:5! I 
Daci.T, A inn., i. 32:{ ('i), :5i>."> (I,), :H8 (r) 
Dacn-, barony of. ii. 333 

I....-.I. i. :;:,u (,/). 352 (I,), 376 (.-), Ml ("), 
:::.:: </,), :i77 (<) 

Lord, nf tin- nortli, xxv. :!SO 

Of tin- smith, xxv. :!!)! 
Lord, prisoner in tlio Tower, xviii. 295 

Wardrn of the Knglish inarches (1515), 

xlvii. :?Ul 

Dacre, Anne, vi. 5:5; xiii. 7:i 
Sir ( 'liristo])her, xviii. 295 
George, lord Dacre of Gillesland, v. 5:?; xiii. 

7:5 
Humphrey, lord Dacre of the north, xxvi. 

2>3 

Humphrey, lord (Yorkist leader), xlvii. 268 
1 'hi lip. xvii. 2u2 
Ralph, ii. :52t'>; vi. 34*3 

Lord (Lancastrian leader), xlvii. 2G8 
Thomas, i. :S<39 (a), 372 (b), 397 (c) 
Lord, xvii. 202 ; xiii. 290 
Lord Dacre of Gillesland, v. 53 
William, xvii. 202 

Lord Dacre of Gillesland, v. 53 
Dado, Mr., vi. 40 
John, xli. 237 
William, v. 188 

Dadlington, Leicestershire, font at, x. 199 
Daegsastan, xlv. 410 

Daesitiates, an Illyrian clan of Narona, xlix. 5, 
39,40 



Dag, see Arms 

Dagger, see Arms 

Daglingworth church, Gloucestershire, xxxvii. 

136 

Sculptured Crucifixion in, xlvii. 168 
Daguesseau, Henry Francis, ix. 14 
D'Aguillon, colonel, xvi. 198 
Dagworth, John, vi. 147 
Sir Nicholas, vi. 147 
Sir Thomas, vi. 146, 147 
Dainty, the, account of a ship so called, xxxiii. 

225 
Dairy furniture, sixteenth century, xlviii. 130 

Woman, wages of, xviii. 285 
Dakenham, Gilbert do, xxxvi. 400 
Dakeny, Joan, xxxix. 442 
Dakkeh, Nubia, glass bead from, xlv. 298 
Dakyn, Thomas, xliii. 218 
Dalai lama, bodies of, burnt, ii. 233 
Bodies of, embalmed, ii. 233 
.Mongols and Calmuks, of the religion of, ii. 

229 

Dalbe, David, xli. :541 
Dalbcrg, family of, xxix. 370 
Dalby, Great, Leicestershire, manor of, xlvii. 89 
Little, Leicestershire, xi. 385 

Sedilia at, x. 295 
Dalby, William de, xi. 398 
Dalbye, Mr., xl. 317 
Dalderby, John, bishop of Lincoln, his shrine, i. 

29 (a) (6), 32 (c) 
Finished the rood tower of the cathedral, iv. 

156 

Daldia, xi. 36 
Dale, a division or baulk between common field 

lands, 1. 377 

Dale abbey, Derbyshire, xliii. 202, 221 
Dale park, xxxvii. 106 

Dale, Dr., letters of queen Elizabeth to, on her 
proposed marriage with the Due d'Alen9on, 
xxviii. 393 
Dale, Henry, xl. 317 
John, xxxviii. 107 
Mathewe, \ 1. 317 






DAL DAN 



211 



Dalengrigge, Mr., xvii. 217 
Dalgaron, Scotland, font at, xi. 106 
Dalilegh, James de, xliv. 375 
Dalkey, Ireland, xxxviii. 162 
DALLAWAY, JAMES, xxxv. 280 

On the walls of Constantinople, xiv. 231 
On the first common seal of the burgesses 

of Bristol, xxi. 79 
Dallilay castle, xx. 65 
Dallington, Northants, Roman pottery found at, 

xliii. 119, 123 
Dalmatarum, Conors prima, atJEllenborough, 

Cumberland, ii. 54 
Dalmatia, Roman inscription found in, JOHN 

STRANGE on, iii. 337 ; v. 1G9 
Conquest of, by Slavs, xlviii. 52 
Characteristics of a border province of, xlviii. 

16 

Physical types and language in, xlviii. 35 
Yew for bows, procured from, vii. 54 
Dalmatiae, reduction of the, by Augustus, 

xlix. 6 

Dalmatian horse, xii. 134 ; xli. 428 
Dalmatian and Dardanian ranges, municipal sites 

and mining centres in, xlix. 1 
Dalmatic, the, see Costume 
Dalrymple, Alexander, vii. 323 ; xxxviii. 443 ; 

xliv. 239, 243 
Sir David, vi. 100 
John, xxvi. 294 
Robert F., xliv. 113 
Dalston, Cumberland, xxii. 164 

Roman inscription from, i. 228 (a) (A), 

248 (c) 

Dalswinton, Scotland, x. 100 
Dalswinton castle, Scotland, bronze object from, 

x. 481 
Dalton house, Yorkshire, ring found near, xii. 

408, 409 

Dalton, Edward, xxxv. 415 ; xl. 343 
Francis, xxxi. 493 
John, xii. 385 
Richard, xxxvi. 39 ; 1. 183 
William, xli. 26, 33, 39 



Dalymond, William, xxv. 437, 440, 443 

Dam, Flanders, xxviii. 384 

Damascenus, John, x. 363 

Damascus, xxi. 438, 439 ; xxxii. 176 ; xlii. 389 

Wall of glass at, xlvi. 93 
Damask, xi. 94 

Church vestments of (1466), 1. 37, 38, 39, 
41, 43, 44 

Church vestments of (1542), 1. 46, 47 

Inventory of, 16th century, xlviii. 133, 134 

Meaning of word, xxvii. 421 ; xlii. 351 
Damastion, silver coins of, xlix. 38 
Damasus, pope, xiv. 1H6 

Damboisa, sieur de, i. 213 (a), 214 (//), 2:54 (r) 
Damcr, Mr., iii. 368 
Dames, a game, ix. 2(! 
Dainian, saint, xiii. 211 
DAMIANI, F., on the principality of Antioch 

during the Crusades, xv. 234 
Damiano, cardinal, xxiv. 210 
Damietta, xxi. 3!>9 
Damlett, Lawrence, xliii. 200 
Dammartyn, comte de, prisoner at Poitiers, i. 

213 (a), 214(7-)- 234 (c) 

Damned Crew, name of a club, xxviii. 421 
Damnii, xvi. 10!) 

Damnonii, the, in Ptolemy, xlviii. 394 
Damori, .Sir Richard, xxvi. 344 

Roger, xxvi. 337, 338 
Dampierre, Guy, xiii. 46 

William de, xiii. 45 
Damyan Cosine, xii. 385 
Danae, myth of, on vase from Cere, xlix. 

175 
Danari, Italian name for diamonds in cards, xv. 

141 
Danbury, Essex, xi. 255, 261 

Celts from, v. 116 

Objects of bone from, ix. 378 ; xlvi. 432 
Danby Beacon, Yorks, Roman milestone at, 

xxvii. 404 
Danby Wiske, Yorks, tympanum of chapel at, 

xlvii. 175 

Danby, earl of, see Danvers, Henry 
2E2 



212 



DAN BAR 



Danby, Sir Christopher, xvi. 332, 344 

John, xii. 360 

Matthew, xxv. 465 

Robert, xviii. 426; xxxviii. 51 
Dancing in churches, xv. 229 
DanJulus, Henricus, xliv. 130 

Marinus, xliv. 130 
Dano, Ainu', xl. 316 

Kminp, xl. .'51(> 

George, xl. .'510 

Gilbert, xxxvi. 403 

.loan. xl.:U; 

Rieliard. xl. .'!li'> 

Thomas, xxxviii. 14 
Dancbaltf 1 , uiliiiiral, xxiv. 2! '2 
Daiictifld. Walton, x. :!71 
I (aiicgeld tax. ii. 117 
Uaneport, Kirhanl do. xvi. 3S, 59 
Danes. Mr.. \i\. -J-l- 

Dane-, th... ii. 117. 249; vii. Ml.', 2 !-.">, 252 ; viii. 
229; ix. 379, ::si) ; xxii. 292 ; xxiv. 253 ; 

xxxii <;r>. :;o:i, :ju4 
Destruction of Shields La\ve by, xlvi. 

1C4 

Influence of, at Malnii'sbury, 1. 435 
( (ccupntion of Lincolnshire by, xlviii. 175 
Wallinj.'ford burnt by, 1. ">'!(> 
Dane.sdale. Yorks, xxvii. 404 
Danes graves, .xxiii. 3(J9 
Danesmnre, Xorthants. xxv. 54 
Danfortli. Thomas, copy of inscription at Dighton, 

North America, viii. 293 
Daniel, .supposed body of, put into coffin of glass, 

xlvi. i'l 
Daniel, Dr., ii. 290 

Cecilia, xxxvii. 290, 294 
John, xxxix. 442 
Margaret, xxxvi. 287 
Ralph, xxxvi. 287 
Roger, i. 339 (a), 341 (6), 365 (c) 
Samuel, xxii. 197; xxvii. 114; xliv. 394 
Walter, xiv. 126 

William, xix. 411; xxviii. 206; xxx. 172; 
xxxiii. 100 



DA.MELL, WILLIAM, on cup preserved at Dunve- 

gan castle, xxii. 407, 408 
Danish MS. psalter, xlvi. 244 

Sword-hilt from Wallingford, 1. 534 
Dannicus, C., xxvii. 212, 213, 214 
Dansey, lady, xxxvii. 197 
Danson, Thomas, xxxv. 84 
Dante, notice of clocks by, xxxiv. 5 

Allusion by to the striking of a clock, xxxiii. 

10 

Dantre, John, 1. 188 
Dantsey, xxxvii. 258 
Dantzic, the Artush of, xxxix. 99 

Cathedral, painting of the Judgment in, 
xxxvi. 386 

Cannon foundry at, xxviii. 385 
Danube, bridge over, built by Trajan, xvii. 42 

Sword found in, xlv. 254, 261 
Daiiuin, gee Doncaster 
Dunvers family, xxxvii. 272 

Sir Henry, xxxii. 144 

Henry, carl of Danby, v. 204 

Lady Joan, xl. 309 

Sir John, v. 204 ; xxxii. 144 

William, xlv. 85 
Dan vile, John, ii. 279 
Danville, Mons., i. 129 (a) (6), 143 (c); xxxiv. 

2:il 
Danyell, James, xxv. 460 

John, xii. 367 

Thomas, xviii. 181 ; xxix. 314, 324 
Daorsi, Illyrian tribe of, xlix. 40 
Dar, river, x. 64 

Daradiamore, said to be a Scottish king, v. 220 
Darar, vii. 5 
Darariah, vii. 5 
DAKBISIIIKK, R. D. on discoveries in Ehenside 

Tarn, Cumberland, xliv. 273 
Darby, Mr., xii. 191 
Darbye, John, swan-mark of, xvi. 153 

Nicholas, xii. 380 

Richard, xii. 368 
Darcie, Christopher, xxxii. 144 

Richard, xxxvii. 231 







DAR-DAU 



213 



Darcy, family of, xxxvi. 268 
Dai-cy, Lord, xxv. 393 

Lord, prisoner in the Tower, xviii. 296 
Darcy, Agnes, xl. 237 

Sir Arthur, xii. 390 ; xxxvii. 490 

Eleanor, i. 381 (a), 383 (6), 409 (c) 

Henry, xxx. 507 

Sir John, xxvi. 334, 344 ; 1. 221 

John, xii. 378 ; xl. 237 

Juliana, xl. 237 

Margaret, i. 381 (a), 383 (/>), 409 (c) 

Marmaduke, xxxv. 338 

Norman, xl. 235, 336 

Philip, xl. 236 

Sir Robert, xl. 237 

Robert, i. 381 (), 383 (I), 409 (<) ; xl. 235 

Sir Thomas, xviii. 326 

Thomas, i. 350 (a), 352 (//), 377 (c) ; xl. 2:35 

Thomas, lord, xvi. 332 
Dardania, Scupi the metropolis of, xlix. 82 

Ethnography of ancient, xlix. 127 

Evidence of Roman elements in, xlix. 107 

Roman remains found in, xlix. 72 

Strongholds in, remains of, xlix. 95 
Dardanian and Dalmatian ranges, municipal 

sites and mining centres in, xlix. 1 
Dardanians, named from the wild pear-tree, 

darda, xlix. 100 

Dardanii, extinction of tribe of, xlix. 40 
Dardanus, iii. 143 ; v. 220 ; xviii. 347, 348, 350 
Dardarroch, Scotland, sculptured stone at, x. 478 
Darenth, Kent, viii. 220 

Font at, viii. 232 ; x. 189 ; xi. 122 

Stone vaulting at, viii. 231 ; xi. 333 

Persons called Waldenses tenants of the 

manor of, SAMUEL DENNE on, ix. 292 
Daringo, Gaspar, xxxvii. 61, 73 
Darington, John, xii. 384 
Darius, the tablets of, xxxiv. 74 
Darka-zordjin-kit, see Sempalaty 
Darkhan-zordii, a Tibetian priest, ii. 230 
Darley, Derbyshire, xxxi. 273 

Abbey, inventory of, xliii. 218 
Tile at, xliv. 169 



Darley, vineyard at, i. 328 (a), 330 (4), 353 (c) 
Darley Dale, Derbyshire, vi. 110 
Darley, John, brass of, xxxi. 496 
Darlington, Durham, x. 64 
Darnall, John, xxxvi. 26 
Darnet church, xi. 335 
Darrell, Barbara, xxviii. 200 
Edward, xii. 365 
Elizabeth, xxviii. 206 
Jane, xxviii. 200 
Mr., i. 357 (a), 359 (I), 383 (c) ; xxii. 182, 

187 

Marmaduke, xxviii. 200 
Stephen, xii. 364 
Dartford, Kent, viii. 2:55; xxv. 3S;i ; xxvii. 

392 
Church, painting in, of St. George and the 

Dragon, xlix. 278 
Paper mill at, xxxvii. 4 1-S 
Pits at, xxxiv. :!(; xlvi. 448 
Prioress of, ii. '!'!] 
Dartmoor, Devonshire, remains or., xxii. 429 : 

xxv. 195, 199, 200 

Dartmouth, Devonshire, xviii. 75; xlvii. 222 
Dartmouth, George, earl of, xv. 392 
Dartois, Jenico, xxii. :>< S 9 
Darts, w Arms 
Daryngton, Agnes, xliii. 214 
DASIIWOOD, GKOUHE HK.NKY, on swan marks of the 
river Ousc, xxx. 547 

Exhibits drawings of seals, xxxii. 396 
John, xviii. 437 

Dasset or Dercet, manor of, i. 5 (a) (b) (c) 
Dasyngham, xxv. 479 
Datcha, town of, in Crete, xlix. 356 
Datermes, Due, killed at Poitiers, i. 214 (a), 

215 (6), 235 (<) 
Datianus, v. 23 
Daubeney, Giles, lord Daubeney, xxv. 392; xxxi. 

167 

Robert, xxxvi. 230 
Sieur de, prisoner at Poitiers, i. 213 (a), 

214 (6). 234 (c) 
Daunce, Sir John, xxi. 180 ; xlvii. 295 



214 



DAU DEA 



Danngcr, Klena, xxxvii. 285 

William, xxxvii. 277, 280 
Dauntesey, Wiltshire, v. 204 
Daunvcrs, Anne, xxix. 407 

John, xxix. 407 
Pnunye, Elizabeth, xliii. 244 
Danx, chevalier, xxiv. 293 
Davells, Henry, xxviii. 12P, 133, 138, 143 
Davenport, John, 1. 18, 23 
Daventrv, Nortliants, xx. 58, 177 

Plough and Hell inn at. xxxv. 392 
Oavrrnonns, Robert, xxvi. 342 
Davev. Mr., xxxv. 311! 
David, Amflo-Xorman poet, xiii. 313 

Kintr of Scotland, v. 2(H! ; ix. 51 ; xxxi. 42, 
122; xx.vvi. 2nl. 2u2 
Imprisoned in Tower of London, xxxi. 

92 

Saint, v. 1 l"i 
A king in curds, viii. Ili2 
An eastern name for sheep, n. 244 
Davies. Ann. xxxvii. 19S 
Dr.. ii. 4 

Sir .lohn, i. viii (it) ('<) ix (r), xvii (n). 
xviii (I,) (,) ; xxii. Hlj. 
Pioceedings in Middle Temple respect- 
ing a petition for his being restored 
t<> the degree of barrister, xxi. 1U7 
Lieut. -general, xvi. 3ti3 
Richard, xlvii. Hi 
Davington, Kent, xi. 343 

Davis. Harnard. xx.xviii. 255 ; xlii. 440 ; xlv. 255 
Hugh, woolstapler's mark of, xxxvii. 383, 389 
Sir John, xxxiv. 230 
John. i. xxiv (a), xxv (//) (c) 
Joseph Harnnrd, xxxviii. 331 
Mr., v. 143 
Nathan, xxxviii. 206 
Richard, xxxv. 446 ; xl. 257 
DAVIS, JosF.i'H BARNARD, on Runic calendars and 

Staffordshire clogg almanacs, xli. 453 
DAVIS, RICHARD, on Roman urns found at Skeynes, 

Kent, xxviii. 462 
Robert, xxiv. 423 



Davis, Thomas, xxxv. 57 
Davison, Alexander, xxxix. 243 

John, ii. 41 

William, letter of, xxxiv. 209 
Davy, Sir Humphrey, xxiii. 418 
DAVY, SIR HUMPHREY, on composition of colours 
found on walls of Roman villa at Bignor, 
Sussex, xviii. 222 

Lady Margaret, xl. 309 

William, xli. 349 
Davye, Hugh, xii. 361 

John, xii. 360, 370 
Dawbcney, Elizabeth, iii. 301 

Sir Ralph, iii. 301 
Dawes, Laurence, xliii. 221 
Dawkins, Hoyd, xlii. 40; xlv. 338 
Duwlvfin, Ibn, vii. 6 
Dawnay, Sir John, xlii. 403 
Dawney, Thomas, xxv. 453 
Dawnstowe, John, xii. 371 
Dawson. Christopher, xi. 4.'!0 

Edward, xiii. 303, 305 

Mr., xlv. 76 

Richard, xii. 365 ; xli. 338 

Thomas, xxxiii. 100; xliii. 209, 211 

William, xxv'iii. 196; xxxiv. 40 
Dawtrey, James, xxv. 391 
1 )ay, beginning of, among Britons and Saxons, 

SAJii'Kii PKUGK on, vi. 150 
Day and night, the separation of, illumination 

of, xxiv. 340 
Day, Robert, xli. 399, 402 

Roger, xliii. 225 

S., xlvii. 81 
Daye, Mr., xliv. 415 

Christina la, xxxvii. 284 

George, bishop of Chichester, xii. 385 ; 
xviii. 149, 150, 174 

John, printer, xxv. 102, 107 
Daynel, John cle, ii. 279, 282 
Day's work, length of, xi. 210 
Days of the week, zodiacal emblematical figures 

of, xlvii. 338 
Deae, not applied to matronae, xlvi. 181 















DEA-DEE 



215 



Dcae Matres, ii. 58 ; viii. 49 ; x. 140 

I )edications to, xlvi. 181, 184 

Guardians of rid, xlvi. 178 

Origin of, xlvi. 183 

RICHARD GOUGH on, iii. 105 
Deacon, James, xi. 430 
Dead, feasts of, in Russia, xxxvii. 28 
Dead pays, meaning of, xlvii. 311 
Deakeny, Johanna, xii. 36 

Deal, Kent, i. 82 (a) (6), 93 (c) ; x. 10 ; xxxiv. 
232, 241 ; xlvii. 222 

Cmsar encamped near, ii. 1G2 
Dean, Scotland, x. 103 

West, xlv. 145 

Dean, office of, filled by a layman, xxxvi. 34 
Deane, Charles, xliii. 32 

Dreu, xxxix. 442 

Francis, viii. 78 

Sir John, xxxviii. 176 

John a, xxxv. 435 

John, xxxvi. 336 
DEANH:, JOHN BATHURST, on Dracontia, xxv. 188 

On Celtic monuments at Locmariakcr, Brit- 
tany, xxv. 230 

On gold ornaments found near Qucntin, in 
Brittany, xxvii. 1 

Richard, xxxv. 441 
Deans, rural, x. 264 

Dearden, James, xxx. 554 ; xxxii. 401 ; xxxiv. 85 
Dearsley, Mr., xii. 272 ; xix. 284 
Death, customs at, xliii. 320 

Voluntary, of a friend, cause of long life, i. 

115 (a) (6), 127 (c) 
Death-meals, sacrificial, xxxvi. 271 
Death's door, the north door of a church, ii. 49 
Deathe, Henry, swan-mark of, xvi. 153 

John, swan-mark of, xvi. 153 
Debate, regulations for, in Bermuda assembly, 

xlvii. 71 

Debdale, Rutlandshire, xi. 206 
Debenham, Sir Gilbert, i. 350 (a), 352(6), 377 (c), 
352 (a), 354 (6), 379 (c) 

Gilbert de, xi. 54 
Debity, Milward, xlv. 75 



Debruising in heraldry, iv. 186 

Debt, actions for, in manor court of Aylesbury, 

1. 95, 96 

Debuz, John, xxx. 218 
William, xxx. 218 
Decay in glass, xlvi. 121 
Deceang, v. 375 

December, representation of, ii. 64 ; x. 182 
Decembrica libertas, xv. '2'2C> 
Decenarii appointed in manor of Scotter, xlvi. 374 
Decmus, a potter, vi. 124 
Decoration, in [risli art, .xlvii. 177 

Materials used for, in the Atrium Ve.stae ut 

Rome, xlix. 463 
Roman military, xlix. 439 
Decumanus, a, term used by Roman surveyors. 

xlii. 134 

Decyan, corrupt form of Decius. v. 23 
Dedication, church, Anglo-Saxon ceremonial of, 
xxv. 235 

Xcar Ham, Staffordshire, 1. 294 
Feasts, altered, vii. 2.":t 

Of Wells, i. 335 

Inscriptions, Ashbourne, Derbyshire, xxiii. 

429 

Glee, Lincolnshire, xliii. S7 

Germigny-sur-Loire, xxxvii. :2t<) 

Saint Denis, xliii. 77 

Saint John, Syracuse, xxv. 275 

Tours, xxiii. 427 

Westenhanger, Kent, xxiii. 428 
Dedicke, John, xxxviii. 107 
Dedjazmach, title of, xxxii. 50, 51 
Dedo, Diego, xxiii. 357 
Dedshares, xi. 161 ; xlvii. 311 
Deducticius, a Latin term on inscribed stone, 

xlix. 112 

J)ce, river, iv. 25, 38 ; xlviii. 384, 386, 393 
Dee, John, xiii. 137, 167 ; xx. 4 
Deeds of time of Henry VI., W. S. WALFORD on, 

xxxvii. 335 

Deek, Dendenell de, xx. 103 
Deen, Thomas, xxv. 544 
Deepdene, Surrey, vines grown at, iii. 69 



216 



DEE DEN 



Deepings, John de, iv. 34 

Deer, fallow, remains of, found at Cirsar's camp, 

Folkestone, xlvii. 455, 456, 457, 458 
Horns, found at Caburn, Sussex, xlvi. 435, 

470, 486, 487, 491, 492, 493 
Deerbrook, xxxv. 1273 
Dccrhurst, Gloucestershire, church at, xxxvii. 

137 

Saxon chapel at, 1. C6 

Dering. Sir Kdward, order of council for his 
encouragement in the study of antiquities, 
viii. 43!) 
Dccrson, Kent. Roman pottery from, xxxvi. 

181 

Defdykc. Lincolnshire, xxv. 4S 
Defences of Kn^lund, Ii my;. Eli/., xlvii. 209 

Systems of. xlvii. 130 

Defender of the Faith, title of. iii. l!< l.'i ; xix. 1 
Defoe. Daniel. History of the Plague l>y, 1.33 
I (ehuubarth, xvi. 1 l.'i 
DriLrm. Scotland, xxi. 4S9, 490 
Deineourt. John, lord Deincourt, iii. 301 
.loan, xxxix. 443 
Ralph, xxxix 443 

Walter, lord Deincourt, i. 31 (.<) (7-), 34 (<) 
William, buried at Lincoln, i. 31 () (b), 
31 (,-) 
Leaden inscription to. found in Lincoln 

cathedral, ii. 189 
Deingemareis, xlv. 449 
Deiniades, xxiii. 259 
Deiphubos, xxiii. '2'>S 
Deiru, the kingdom of, v. lf>2 

The patrimony of Ulphus, i. 168 (a) (b), 

187 (c) 

Dejleh, the Tigris, xvi. 11 
Dcjoces, xxxii. 176 
Dckcne, Ralph le, xxxvii. 287 
Delabcr, Mr., xxii. 188 
Delahay, William, xxxix. 46 
Delamain, Richard, xl. 355 
Delamer, Mr., i. 353 (a), 355 (b), 379 (c) 
Delamere forest, v. 343 
Delawarea, an American Indian tribe, vi. 161 



Delbergin, the alphabet of Thibet, ii. 227, 228 
DELEPIEBKE, OCTAVE, on a document relating to 

the stalls in Melrose abbey, xxxi. 346 
Delfino, name of chess-bishop, xi. 401 
Delft-ware, used in building, iv. 107 
Delisle, Leopold, xxxvii. 37 
Delia Bella, see Bella Stcphano 
Delme, Emilius Henry, xviii. 448 
Dclminium, observations on the site of, xlviii. 

69 
Delos, iii. Ill 

Consecrated to Apollo, viii. 284 
Delphi, xv. 318 

The sacred omphalos at, xlix. 432 

Walls of, xv. 231 

Delphinus, the constellation of, xxiv. 154 
Deltoton, the constellation of, xxiv. 150 
Deities, John, xxi. 123 
Delves, Sir John, iii. 109; xxi. 22 
Dcmainbray, Dr., v. 425 
Dernaratus, xxiii. 270 
Denietarum, caput, iv. 6 
Demeter, cult of, xlvii. 356 
Demetrius, saint, appearance of, xii. 205 
DiiMinoiK, P.UT., on Tartarian antiquities, ii. 
>>) 

Demi-Dolmen, xxxv. 233, 234, 239 

Demi-gild, definition of, xlvii. 127, 129 

Demihaqne, see Arms 

Dcmisakc, see Dcmihaque 

Democke, Mr., swan-mark of, xvi. 153 

Democles, iii. 233 

Dcmoivre, Mons., v. 425 

Demonius, zodiacal sign of, xlvii. 338 

Demons, expelled by holy water, xlvi. 133 

In wall-paintings in St. Mary's, Gnildford, 
xlix. 267, 268 

Represented in zodiacal signs, xlvii. 339 
Denacurt, Hue, xxxix. 422 
Denbigh, xxxiii. 77 

Manor of, xl. 318 
Denbigh, lady, v. 430 
Denbnry Down, Devonshire, xix. 311, 312 
Dendera, idol from, xviii. 72 






DEN 



217 






Dendermond, Flanders, xxvii. 234 
Dene, East, Sussex, xlv. 193 

West, Sussex, xlv. 193 
Dene, William de, iii. 60 

Denford, Northamptonshire, sedilia at, x. 290 
Dengayn, Henry, xxxi. 5 
Dengeness, xi. 42 
Dengie, Essex, x. 213 ; xi. 152 
Denham, Bucks, font at, x. 190 
Denham, Henry, printer, xxv. 103 
Sir John, xlvi. 276 
Thomas de, xxxi. 88 
Walter de, xxxi. 87 
William, xxxii. 34 
Deninn, signer, inaccuracy of, xv. 234 ; xlvii. 

366 

Denis, saint, figure of, xlix. 257 
DE.NISOX, AI.KKKT, LOUD LONDESBOHOUGH, on bar- 
rows on Breach Downs, Kent, xxx. 47 
On gold ornaments found in Ireland, xxx. 137 
On Anglo-Saxon graves at Wingham, Kent, 

xxx. 550 

Exhibits gun-lock, xxxi. 491 
Exhibits inscription on rood-screen at Llan- 
vair Waterdino, Radnorshire, xxxii. 393 
Exhibits Mexican antiquities, xxxii. 394 
On objects found near Amiens, xxxiii. 174 
On tumuli in the East Riding of Yorkshire. 

xxxiv. 251 

Denistoun, J., xlix. 268 
Denley, Mrs., xiii. 92 
Denmark, buried charms used in, xlvi. 133 

Fylfot ornamentation in, xlviii. 299 
Denman, John, xii. 373 

Mr., v. Ill 

DENNK, SAMUKL, on Rochester castle, vi. 381 
On Hokeday, vii. 244 
On the words " Ecclesia " and " Presbyter " 

in Domesday book, viii. 218 
On persons called Waldenses who were 
tenants of the manor of Darenth, Kent, 
ix. 292 

On the date of William of Newburgh's 
history, ix. 310 



Denne continued 

On Canterbury cathedral, x. 37 

On stalls in Maidstone church, x. 261 

On stone seats in churches, x. 29S ; xi. 375 

On a stained glass window in Brereton 
church, x. 334 

On the burning of the steeple of St. Paul's, 
London, xi. 72 

On fonts, xi. 108 

On the lavatory at Canterbury cathedral, xi. 
1(18 

On a survey of Canterbury cathedral, xi. ''!'< 

On carvings on porch of Chalk church, Kent, 
xii. 10 

On a stone seat at Uprhuirh, Kent. xii. In] 

On paper marks, xii. 1 14 

On extracts from the life of Phincas 1'cMr. 
xii. 217 

On Arabic numerals, xiii. In7 

Additional remarks on Arabic- numerals and 

the inscription at Helmdon, xiii. 141 
Dcnnie, Sir Kdward, xxxiv. 3u7 
Dennis, Mr., vi. 5; vii. 69 

Francis, xxxiii. 98 
Denny abbey, Cambs., iv. Ini2 
Denny, Sir Anthony, xxx. 4(i4. 472; xxxiii. li> 
xxxiv. 17; xxxix. 11; xliii. 235 

Sir Kdward. xl. 120 

Edward, xxxiv. 141 
Dennys, Sir Thomas, xxviii. lls 

Thomas, xxviii. 120 
Dent, J. C., xxxix. 55 

Dentatus, Lucius Siceius, xxii. 2>8 ; xxvii. 1'.' 
Denton, Lincolnshire, xxii. 26, 2i? 
Denton, Sussex, font at, x. 188 
Denton, Sir Alexander, xxxv. 315 

John, xxxvii. 438; xxxviii. 46,278; xxxix. 
203 

Robert de, abbot of Furness, iv. 44 
Dcntricum, a fish, xv. 69 
Dentte, Thomas, xii. 370 

Denuld, surname of tenant at Caudewell, xlvii. 117 
Denver, Norfolk, ii. 366 
Deny, Mr., xviii. 328 

2 F 



218 



DEN-DES 



Denyn, sienr de, prisoner at Poitiers, i. 213 (a), 

214 (6), 234 (c) 
Denys, Sir Gilbert, xl. 308 

Margaret, lady, xl. 308 

Sir Thomas, xxii. 22 
Denyse, Nicholas, xxxi. 414 
Deor, the Scald, complaint of, xxxii. 318 
Dcotisalvi, signor, vi. 174 
Depe, Michclctt de, xxxi. !>4 
Dcping. (ieiiffrey, viii. 20"> 
l)c|i|)intr. Minis., xlv. 236 
Deprce, .liimcs. xxxix. 45 
Deptford. Kent, viii. 35O; xii. 21S 

( iai'drii at, xii. 1SS 

Plague at, xxxvu. 17 

Ship-biiilding-yard established by Henry 

\'III. :it. xi. i:.S 
Wharf made at, xlvii. :il:i 
Dcpuchii, Stacio, xxiii. :!">1 
I >rr. riwr, \. (>4 
Dcraritcs. the, vii. ."> 
Derbcnt, xviii. '2j>~> 
Derby, ii. ;>.">(i; \ii. 7i! ; x. 17 

Church of All Saints at, xxxi. '21'.} 
Mary, queen of Scots at, xxxii. 711 
Mint at. xxvi. '.( 

Nuns' (liven, market-stone at, xxxvii. 20 
Plague at. xxxvii. 20 
A sanctuary, viii. 41 
Derby, countess of, see Tremoille, Charlotte de, 

xxxix. l.'i'i 

Derby, earl of, sec Ferrers, Robert de ; Ferrers, 
William de ; Stanley, Edward ; Stanley, 
Thomas ; Stanley, William 
Derby, .(oane, xxxv. 83 

John, xxxii. 386 ; xxxv. 83 
William, xxxvi. 26 

Derbyshire, antiquities in, HAVMAN ROOKE on, xii. 1 
Discoveries in a barrow in, HAYMAN ROOKE 

on, xii. 327 

Druidical remains in, vii, 175, 178 
Druidical remains in, HAYMAN ROOK K on, xii. 41 
Hoar stones in, xxv. 53 
Lead, pig of, found in, SAMUEL PEGOE on, vii. 
170 



Derbyshire continued 

On pits in, by HAYMAN ROOKE, x. 114 

Plague in, vi. 81 

Roman SAMUEL PEOOE on, x. 17 

Roman station in, JOHN WATSON on, iii. 236 
Dercet, see Dasset 

Dereham, East, Norfolk, font at, x. 196,205; xliv. 
223 

Holy well at, xi. 127 

Dereham, West, Norfolk, church tower of, xxiii. 7 
Derehyde, Bucks, i. 177 (a) (b), 196 (c) ; iii. 15, 16 
Dcrham, Mr., v. 425 
Dering, Sir Edward, vi. 84; viii. 440 

Edward, xlviii. 167 

Mr., xxv. 67 

Pei-s, xxxix. 442 
Dermestes, insects, found in a barrow in Orkney, 

iii. 277 

Derneford, William, xxxix. 442 
Derneforde, Sir William de, xxv. 152 
Dernley, Thomas, xliii. 218 
Dcrry, Ireland, the bishop of, ii. 38 

Collar from, xxxii. 399 

Iron bills found in, xlvi. 439 
Derut, Egypt, xxi. 370 
Dcrval, sieur de, prisoner at Poitiers, i. 213 (a), 

214 (/i), 234 (,-) 

Derventio, vii. 7li; ix. 199; x. 26 
Dervishes, the Mevlanch, xiv. 239, 240 
Dervorgil, Christian name, female, v. 212 
Desborough, Northants, Anglo-Saxon remains at, 
ROIIKKT SIIILKY BAKEK on, xlv. 466 

Clasj), necklace, and spoon from, xlv. 468 
Desborough, major, xiv. 129 
Desbrowe, John, xxxviii. 80 
Descamps, Mons., vii. 235 
Desceliers, Pierre, xliv. 235 
Descent from the Cross, early representations of, 

xlvii. 169 
Dcse, xxi. 258 
Desiderius, x. 152 

Desks, in votive paintings, xlix. 244, 250, 251 
Deslandes, Mons., xxii. 195 
Desmond, earl of, xxxvii. 487 
Deior, E., xlv. 259 



DES-DEW 



219 



Despenser estates, temp. Edward IV., xlvii. 411, 

412, 424 
Despenser, Constance, xx. 39 

Edward, lord, xx. 37; xxxi. 140 

Eleanor le, xxvi. 338 

Elizabeth le, xiv. 145, 146 

Sir Hugh le, xx. 38; xxvi. 334,338; xxvii. 10 

Hugh, vii. 419; xiv. 145, 270; xv. 221; xxxvi. 

248; xxxix. 443 
Isabella do, xxvi. 338 
Sir Philip de, xxxi. 117 
Robert, xvi. 49, 78 

Thomas, earl of Gloucester, memoir of, xx. 
37, 21;") 

Tomb attributed to, xiv. 144 
Dessartes, Illyrian tribe of, xlix. 38 
Destrivers, family of, iii. 28 
Dethick, Mr., xliii. 230 

Sir Gilbert, i. ix (a) (6) (c), xvi (a) (l>), 
xvii (c), 355 (a), 357 (/>), 382 (c) 

Extracts from diary of, xxxv. 203 
Sir William, i. v (<;), vi (b) (c), xx (a), 
xxi (b) (c) 

MS. life of, i. ix (a) (/-) (c) 
Dctmold, Germany, xiii. 4, 5 
Deucalion, the flood of, iv. 31G, 321, 33! > 
Deue, Thomas le, xxxvi i. 286 
Deulonart, France, English Benedictine monks 

at, xiii. 263 
Dentz, or Duytz, Germany, seal of the city of, 

xxxiii. 351 
Deva, see Chester 

Deva river (Ptolemy), xlviii. 384, 386 
Devell, John, xii. 13 
Devenish, John, xii. 16 
Devereux, Dorothy, xxvii. 307 
Sir John, xx. 104; xxii. 310 
John, xxv. 380 
Mr., xviii. 128 
Robert, earl of Essex, xxxiv. 315 

Defence of Sir Ferdinando Gorges 
against a charge of having betrayed 
him, xxxiii. 241 
Pocket dial of, JOHN BRUCE on, xl. 343 



Devereux continued 

Sir Walter, xvii. 224 

Walter, lord Ferrers of Chartley, i. 351 (a). 

353(6), 377 (c); xviii. 128, 130 
Devercye, Sir John, vi. 196 
Devorsil, John, xxvii. 275, 278 
Devery, Sir John, vi. 211 
Deville, Mons., xxix. 202 
Devils, casting out of by Christ, in wall-painting 

at Saint Mary's, Guildford, xlix. 207 
Devils arrows, Borough Bridge, Yorkshire, 

monoliths, v. 9(3; xxv. 58 
Devil's bit. cave in Tipperary, xviii. 443 
Devil's dyke, xxiii. 372; xxix. 13; xiii. 42 
Devil's pulpit, Gloucestershire, xxix. 1"> 
Devil's quoits, Stanton Harcourt, Oxfordshire, 

xxxvii. 431 

Devil tavern. Fleet Street, London, the place of 
meeting of the Society of Antiquaries in 
170S, i. xxvii (it), xxviii (//). \.\ix (c) 
Devise, a river near Bordeaux, i. 7s (it) (/>). s7 (<') 
Devizes, Wiltshire, i\*. 127; xxvi. 335; xxxvii. 3oi! 
Castle of, viii. 3!>; xxxi. 242 

Built by Roger, bishop of Salisbury, ii. 1'. '1 
Church, i. 44 (a) (I), 4* (c) 
Edward I. at, .xvi. 32 
Gold ornaments found near, xxxii. 457 
Images discovered at. vi. 243 
Roman jar found at, i. 321 (</), 324 (/<). 

346 (c) 
Saint Mary's church, drawing o c referred 

to, i. 141 (a) (i). 15(i (c) 

Devon, earl of, see Blount, Charles ; Courteiiay. 
Edward ; Courtenay, Henry ; Courtenay, 
Thomas 

Countess of, see Courtenay, Margaret de 
Devonshire, antiquities found in, xxviii. 450 
Hoar stones in, xxv. 53 
Mines in, xviii. 184 
Devyllers, Sir Piers, prisoner in the Tower. 

xviii. 294 
Devynnog, near Brecknock, Wales, vi. 13 

Coins found at, ii. 23 
Dewberye, Andrew, xii. 385 

2F2 



220 



DEW-DIC 



Dewdney, George, xix. 109, 119 

Dewes, Gerard, printer, xxv. 103 

D'Ewes, Sir Symonds, i. xxiii (a), xxiv (i) (e) ; 
xxxviii. 240 

Dcwsbury, Yorkshire, Saxon inscription found 

at, xxxiv. 437 
Stained glass at, xliv. 178 

Dowse, Mrs., xl. 39. r > 

Dexter, family of, xxvii. 127 

Dey. xlv. 4.13 

D'Kvxcut 1:1, CIIAKI.FS TKXXYSOX, on portrait of 
king John of France, xxxviii. 196 

D'Kvncmirt, William, lord, xxxviii. 19(5 

Deyne. Kalph, xxv. 438 

Dovnes, Henry, xxv. 4."iO, 4.14 

Dcyvill. .Ic.lm. ii. 27! ; xvi. 4< 

Dhona. Ac'hatius do, xxxix. !"> 
Mili-on <lc. xxxix. l. r >l 

Dhu'lkarnein, xvni. 26"> 

Dialile. Cliaudron du, xxxv. 234 

Diableret, Berne, iv. 17 

Diaconicum, xi. 331 ; xiii. '294 

Diadem, myed, on coins of Egbert, iv. ('>> 

Diadumonian, inscription to, xhx. .'30 

Dial. vi. 133. 141. 143 

At Kdstone. Yorks., xxxiii. 21 
At Kirkdale, Yorks., v. 1S8; xxxiii. 21 
Concave, invented by Berosus, x. 175 
Pocket, of Hubert Devereux, earl of Essex, 

xl. 343 

Roman, RICHAHD Gotiiii on, x. 172 
Wind. x. 174 
Dialect, fragments of Roman provincial existing 

in Ragnsa, xlviii. 8 
North western Lindsey, specimens of, xlvi. 

377 

Scottish, temp. Edward IV., xlvii. 191 
Traces of Illyro-Roman speech in Ragnsa, 

xlviii. 32 

Dialepidos, a drug, ix. 239 
Dialibanus, a drug, ix. 239 
Diamond, art of engraving on, xlv. 26 

Broaching, stones repaired by, found in 
Roman camp, xlvi. 165 



Diamond continued 

Engraved work on, sixteenth century, xlvii. 

403 

Found in grave in Ireland, ii. 32 
Not anciently used in Ireland, ii. 35 
Merchant, visit of a, to Persia ( 1 664) , xlvii . 396 
DIAMOND, HUCIH WELCH, on early mezzo-tinto 

engraving, xxvii. 405 
On specimens of the works of Maso Fini- 

guerra, xxxi. 404 

On an Egyptian mummy and case, xxxi. 408 
On pits at Ewell, Surrey, xxxii. 451 
Presents monumental brass of Margaret 

Erneley, xxxiii. 349 
Diamysns, a drug, ix. 231 
Diana, iii. 123 ; vi. 67 ; xi. 1 ; xvii. 62 
Altar to, from Kolovrat, xlix. 44 
Bust of, found at Rome, xlix. 410 
Figure of, found at Weston-super-Penyard, 

Herefordshire, ix. 368 

Monument of, at Blazui, xlix. 16 

On ancient vase, xxiii. 208, 246 

The quiver, a symbol of, viii. 48 

Diana and Antinous, temple of, at Lanuvium, 

xlix. 371 

Diana Aricina, shrine of, 1. 58 
Diaper, meaning of word, xxvii. 421 

I n ventory of, sixteenth century, xlviii. 133, 134 
Diapsaronium, ix. 232 
Diarhodon, ix. 233 
Diasmyrnon, ix. 232 

Diathesis, a complaint in the eyes, ix. 235 
Diaz, Bartholomew, xl. 4 
Dibbs, Michael, xxxviii. 82 
Dicaledones, xiv. 106 
Dicclesbure, Norfolk, viii. 237 
Dice, viii. 427 ; xxvi. 342 
Edicts against, viii. 158 
Found in the Middle Temple hall, London, 

viii. 427 
Fonnd at Sntton at Hone, Kent, viii. 427; x. 

476 

In grave, xli. 419 
Of basalt, x. 476 



DIC-DIO 



221 



Diceto, Ralph de, extract from relating to the 

Publicani, ix. 309 
Dickensone, Edward, xi. 205 
Dickleburgh, Norfolk, viii. 237 
Didderston-hill, Diddersley-hill, Yorks., x. 55, 65 
Didington, Warwickshire, xxix. 178 
Didlake, xviii. 430 
Didorus, a kind of brick, ii. 185 
Didron, Mons., xxx. 116 
Diedrich, baron, xxvii. 244, 248 
Dieinen, Antonio van, xxxviii. 453 ; xliv. 243 
Diepeham, Norfolk, xv. 296 
Dieppe, France, xxiv. 292, 294 ; xxxiv. 235 

Teutonic remains near, WILLIAM MICHAEL 

WYLIK on, xxxv. 100 
Dier, Sir James, xxx. 104 
Dietry, table of, xiii. 340 
Dieu et mon droit, motto, xxxi. 367 
Dieulacres abbey, Staffordshire, inventory of 

goods at, xliii. 214 
Dieulwart, France, English Benedictine priory at, 

xiii. 253 

Digby, Essex, xxxiii. 71 

Digby, Sir Everard, xii. 197 ; xxviii. 421 ; xxix. 87 
Gunpowder conspirator, xv. 139 

George, earl of Bristol, xxxv. 336 

Sir John, xxv. 391 ; xli. 153, 156 

John, lord Digby, x. 144 

John, xii. 388 

Sir Kenelm, xxiv. 141 ; xxxii. 144, 148 

Sir Robert, xxxiii. 71 

Simon, xxv. 393 
Uigges, Dudley, xv. 395 ; xxxi. 144 

Leonard, xi. 212 

Thomas, supposed author of a tract on the 

making of Dover haven, xi. 212 
Dight, to dress, xxv. 458 
Dightie, John, xxviii. 12 

Richard, xxviii. 12 

Dighton, North America, inscribed rock at, viii. 291 
Dignities, Roman, described in an inscription, 

xlix. 415 

Digswell, Herts., font at, x. 188 
Dijon, France, v. 423 ; xi. 337, 395 

Abbot of fools at, girdle of, xv. 232 



Dijon continued 

Chartreuse at, xxv. 575 

Figure of St. George at, xxv. 572 ; xlix. 260 

Notre Dame de, said to be a prototype of 
Lincoln cathedral, xliii. 88 

St. Stephen, church of, altar in middle of 

choir, xi. 329 

Dike, Richard, xli. 237, 244, 251, 265 
Dilke, Charles Fetherston, xxxviii. 275 

Sir Thomas, xxxviii. 273 
Dillon, Mrs., xxviii. 206 

DIM. ox, P. W., on the manner of tlio death of 
Richard II., xxviii. 75 

Sir Theobald, xxvii. 127 
Diluntum, site of, at Stolac, xlviii. 92 
Dimma, book of, xliii. 142 
Dimock, Sir Edward, xvi. 153 
Dinan, Groce de. 1. 2.V! 

ninas-liran. castle. Wales, i. 280 (a), 282 (fc), 
303 (f) 

The lordship of, xxxix. 394 
Dinas Kindle. Wales, xvi. 132 
Dinaunt, Geffery de, xxxix. 443 
Dinawesban, sire dc, xxxix. 44:! 
Dinesdale, Mr., xxv. 56S 
Dinevawr, AVales, i. 279 (n), 2Sl (/,), 3o2 (<) ; 

iii. 113 

Dingo, for bread, sixteenth century, xlviii. 131 
Dingle}-, Mr., xiii. 102 
Dinhel, Joseph, xxxii. 405 
Dining-room furniture, sixteenth century, xlviii, 

125 
Dinner, the hours for, iii. 155 

Bequest for, xl. 316, 317 
Dinorwig, Wales, xvi. 132 
Dinsdale, John, xxv. 564 
Dinton church, Buckinghamshire, Saxon arch in, 

JOHN CLAXTON on, x. 167 
Diocletian, emperor, v. 23; xxvi. 180; xxx. 118 

Birthplace of, xlviii. 84 

Legend of, xlviii. 100 
Diodora, iii. 326, 331 ; v. 183 
Diodoros, xxiii. 259 
Dioderus, iv. 255 
Diogenes, xxiii. 258 






222 



DIO-DIX 



Diomedes, xxiii. 259 

Diomedes, legend of, founding Lanuvium, xlix. 367 
Uionnsos, xxiii. 259 

Dionysian a>ra, Latin note concerning, xlvii. 481 
Dionysiu.s of llalicarnassus, xiv. I'M ; xix. 373, 
376; xlii. 330 

Kxignus, xliv. 336, 345 
Dionysius, saint, xlvi. 396; 1. 453 
Dionysiiis, the monk, xxxv. 17t> 
Dionysus, remarks on a now torso of, xlix. 318 
DioSforitli'S. v. 163; xxvi. 1SU; xxx. 118 
Diospolis, v. i*s 
Diphillis, the poet, xviii. 346 
Diploidinn, sculptured examples of the. found at 

Hume, xlix. 4u'.. 411 
Diptveh. at Holvrood. xlix. 2"i3 

At U'ilton House, xlix. 2."iH 

l!v Memling, xlix. 252 

Fifteenth century, of chevalier Philip 

Iliiickaert, 1. 72 
Dirire.-. i. I ~2 ('i) (/,). 14 (<) 
Diri.L'c. xv. J7n 
Dirk, tenure liv, xi. 47 
Dirletoii. Scotland, barony of, xxxiv. H'3 

Dis. ii. -jtt; 

Disant, John, xxvii. 174 
Disliroue. .lohn. letter of, xix. I."i3 
Disc, bronze, from Siberia, ii. '2'2~< 

Class, from the catacombs, xlvi. W 
Disceriiiculum. xli. I'.'O, 1JI3 
Discipline, military, tetaji. Eli/.., xlvii. 213 
Discus, meaning of. xxvi. 375 
Disease, charms for. xlvi. 133; xlviii. 2G2. 263 
Dish, bronze, xxxv. 475, 47!' 

Fi-otn Gilton, Kent, xxx. 133 
Copper, from Chert soy, xxx. 31, 39 ; xliv. 63 
Mixed metal, from Icklingham. Suffolk. 

xx ix. 389 

Silver, from Milcham, Norfolk, xxix. 389 
Belonging to Oswald, king of North- 
umberland, iv. 57 
Belonging to St. Paul's, London (1245), 

1.443 
Dismember, term used in carving, ii. 172 



Disney, John, xxv. 594 
Disney, Thomas, xxv. 506 
Dispensator, Galfrid, x. 396 ; xv. 210 

Hugh, x. 396 ; xv. 210 
Dispersion, the, illumination of, xxiv. 340 
Display, term used in carving, ii. 172 
Dista, Nicholas, xxxviii. 250 
Distaff, xxxviii. 91 

Nubian, xxxvii. 85 
Distaff, saint, xxxvii. 90 
Distaff and spindle, xl. 229 

As insignia of the female sex, JOHN YONCK 
AKKKMAX on, xxxvii. 83 

Attributed toMinerva and Mercury, xxxvii. 85 

Kgyptian, xxxvii. 84 

In graves, xxxvii. 95 

On coins of Tarentum, xxxvii. 87 

On tombs, xxxvii. 95, 96 
Diste, Cermany, Pelican inn at, xxxv. 203 
Ditchley, Oxfordshire, xxxvii. 433 
Ditchling, Sussex, xlii. 40 
Ditioncs, an Illyrian clan of Bosnia, xlix. .'> 
Ditmarsh, Ccrmuny, the land of, BKXJA.MIN WIL- 
I.IAMSO.V on, xxxvii. 371 

Honsemarks in, xxxvii. 383 

Language of, xxxvii. 373 

Ordeal by fire in, xxxvii. 379 

Place names in, xxxvii. 373 

Surnames in, xxxvii. 373 
Dittany, a herb, v. 164 
Ditteridge church, Wiltshire, dedication cross at, 

xlvii. 165 

Ditton, Bucks, xiii. 118 
Diurnes, v. 216 
Diveling, Ireland, xii. 219 
Diverticulum, i. 60 (o) (i), 66 (c) 
Dives, Sir Lewis, xxxv. 327 
Divining rod, xlviii. 296 
Divinities (female), worship of, xlvi. 171 
Divitiacus, viii. 91 

Divns Julius, temple of, at Rome, 1. 235 
Dix, John, xlv. 65 
I) i. \on. John, xii. 384 

Nicholas, xxxvi. 26 






DIX-DOL 



223 



Dixson, John, xxx. 172 
Dixwell, Brent, xix. 78 

Elizabeth, xix. 78 

Djakova, Albania, Roman municipia at, xlix. 72 
Djalin, prince, ii. 230 
Djalin'obo, Siberia, ii. 229 

Djare, Bosnia, site of Roman station at, xlviii. 37 
Djebel Oellaky, or Allaghi, xxxiv. 370 
Dneister, river, derivation of name, xvi. 122 
Dobbs, David, xxv. 594 

Doberan, Germany, Cistercian church of, xlix. 314 
Dobin, Hugh, xxxii. 277 

Marion, xxxii. 277 
Dobley, Robert, xxxvi. 230 
Dobuni, the, xv. 181 ; xxii. 50 
Dobyn, Mr., xxv. 436 

Richard, xxxix. 17(5 
Dockyng, Walter, xxv. 418 

Doctor of law, coif of, represented 011 wall-painting 
in St. Mary's, Guildford, Surrey, xlix. 205 
Doctor's-gate, Derbyshire, iii. 237 
Docwra, Martin, xxxi. 185 

Sir Thomas, xxxi. 196 ; xliii. 233 
Dodd, Mr., xxxi. 204 

Randall, xii. 379 
Dodderidge, Sir John, i. v (a) (i>) (c), ix (a) (I) 

(c), xvii (a), xviii (fc) (c) ; xxxviii. 395 
Doddes, land in Oxfordshire, xxxiii. 274 
Doddington, Northumberland, x. S3 ; xlv. 363 
Dode, Robert, xxxviii. 50 
Dodeuille, Reginald de, xlv. 457 

William de, xlv. 457 

Dodford, Northamptonshire, manor of, vii. 246 
Dodge, John, xii. 357, 365 
Dodona, signifies God's-hill, ii. 247 
Dodsworth, Roger, i. xxii (<(), xxiii (b) (c), 181 

(a) (ft), 201 (c) 
Dodwell, Mr., iii. 160 
Doesburg, Holland, xxviii. 28 
Dogs, ii. 233 ; iv. 223 

A Japanese zodiacal sign, xlvii. 342 

A symbol of Sirius, xiv. 207 

British, x. 159 

Fines for keeping unlawful, 1. 376 



Dogs continued 

Foot-print on tile, viii. 373; xiv. 65; xxxi. 343 

In church, xxxvii. 128 ; xlv. 182 

Jupiter attended by, in zodiacal sign, xlvii. 

340 
Molossian, on ancient vases, xxiii. 151, 157, 

208, 230 

Not to be kept at court, iii. 155 
On ancient vases, xxiii. 144, 152, 153, 1H2, 

245, 249 

On coins of Cunobelin, x. 159 
On horn of Ulphus, i. 182 (a) (/.), 2Ul (c) 
Remains of, in barrows, xliii. 539 

From Caburn, xlvi. 446 
Represented on Mithraiu iiltar, xlviii. 21 
Sculptured at Hognaston church, xlvii. 171 
Skeleton of, from Caesar's camp, xlvii. 456 
Skulls, from Silchester, xlvi. 355 

Dog-dike, x. 71 

Dog-puw, xii. 365 

Dog-\vhipper, ix. 44; xii. 365 ; xlv. iM', 1,^2 

Dogs, Isle of, ship lost on, xxiii. 356 

Dog-star in Egyptian calendar, xlvii. 460, 46S 

Dog-wood, xlii. 126 

Dogendo, Michie, xxxviii. 25u 

Dogettes, William, xxxi. S7, 89 

Doggedich, Agnes de, xxxvii. 275 
Alice dc, xxxvii. 273 
Robert dc, xxxvii. 273 

Doghet, Roger, xlv. 431 

D'Oily, Robert, v. 24 

Dointon, Joan de, xxxix. 443 

Dokesworth, Robert, xliii. 170 

Dokkyng, Robert de, ix. 153 

Doklea, Montenegro, antiquities of, xlviii. 16, 

32, 84 
Birthplace of Diocletian, xlviii. 84 

Dokleates, Illyrian tribe of, xlix. 38, 39 

Dolabella, P. Corn., inscription to, xlviii. 12 
Roman roads made by, xlix. 5, 6 

DOLBEN, SIR WILLIAM, communicates " The man- 
ner of burienge great persons," i. 346 (a), 
348 (6), 373 (c) 

Dolfin, v. 206 



224 



DOL DON 



Dolmen, xxxv. 233, 234, 239 

Dolmoor, Somerset, land-marks of, xxxvii. 383, 

388 

Dolola song, Serbian, xlix. 106 
Dolphins, on Roman armour, iv. 160 

On ancient vase, xxiii. 162, 166, 194, 209, 243 
Dolye. Roger, xxviii. 10 

Domburg, Zecland, Roman altar found at, v. 43 
Domecesige, xxxvii. 262 
Domenichino, sec /ampieri, Domenico 
Domenus, nnme termination of. xlix. 45 
Domes, xvii. 50, 56, 57; xxiii. 324 

The principal measurements of, xvii. 5 ( . 
Domesday, xxx. 2'J<! 

Articles of enquiry, previous to the compila- 
tion of. noticed, viii. 440 

Buriresscs belonging to manoi's in, 1. 20S 

Co-] larceny tenancy in, 1. 2^5 

For Yorkshire, v. 194 

l{ei-.rd of Malniesbury. 1. 42!, 43S 
Of Sleaford, 1. 3s3 

Kiu'ht of pre-emption mentioned in, 1. 21u 

The words " Kcclesia ' and " Presbyter in. 

SAMITI. DKNNI: on. viii. 21s 

Domestic vessel, from Cornish harrow, xlix. 194 
Domestic worship, 1. I'.'S 
Domfront, France, xx. 2.'in ; xxii. 387 
Dominica, stone implements from, xv. 4U6 
Domitian, emperor, i. 32U (a), 322 (l>), 345 (c) ; 

xix. 339 ; xxiv. 35n 
Domniniis, saint, xxxiii. 2I>."> 
Domthing, Domring. name of stone circles in 

Iceland, xxii. 200 

Don or Dun river, i. 225 (a), 227 (I), 247 (c) 
Don, a termination of local names, xxxi. 520 
Don, Sir John, xxvi. 276 

Donafelda, Yorks., i. 224 (a), 225 (fc), 245 (c) 
Donald, ix. 50; xvii. 53; xxiii. 281; xxvii. 19 
Donald Bane, ix. 50 
Donaldson, Mr., xlv. 299 
Donatello, statue of St. George by, xlix. 260, 

265 
Donati, Dr., v. 156 

Bernardo, xxxv. 466 



Donaueschingen, Germany, xxxvi. 130 
Donawarde, Germany, Crown inn at, xxxv. 204 
Doncaster, Yorks, i. 225 (a), 227 (6), 247 (c) ; 
xx. 62, 127, 136; xxii. 129; xxvi. 320; 
xxxii. 17 

Corporation pasturage at, xlvi. 416 

Font at, x. 193 

Oath taken by Henry IV. at, xvi. 141, 143 

Oldest plan of, xlvi. 53 

Prior of, a prisoner in the Tower, xviii. 
296 

Roman altar found at, vii. 420 

Wills of citizens of, 1. 191 
Doncome, Sir Saunder, xli. 256 
Doiuli, James, v. 423 
Done, Andrew de la, xxvii. 275 

Henry, v. 344 

Sir John, v. 344 

John, v. 344 

Richard, v. 344 

Donegal, earl of, see Chichoster, Arthur 
Donellan, family of, xxvii. 127 
Donet, Amye, xx. 427 
Donge, a mattress, xxi. 268 
Dongrcssilli, Bernard, xxxiii. 210 
Donhead, Wiltshire, viii. 73 
Doniton, Joan de, xxxix. 443 
Donjon of a castle, derivation of word, xxix. 

63 

Donllysforda, a place near Exeter, xviii. 389 
Donn, Sir Daniel, i. xx (a) xxi (i) (c) 
Donnata, Thadeus, ii. 26 
Donne, Sir John, xl. 472 

John, xl. 282 
DOXXK, WILLIAM BODHAM, on human sacrifices 

among the Romans, xl. 250 
Donnewick, John de, vii. 30 
Dounington, Berks, castle, HENRY GODWIN on 
xliv. 459 

Chaucer's oak at, xliv. 461 

Manor of, xliv. 460 

Park, xiii. 303 

Donnyng, Walter, xxxvii. 282 
Donskene, Scotland, castle of, ix. 50 










DOO-DOU 



225 



Doom, the, see Judgment, the Last 

.Doone glebe, Limerick, Danish fort at, xxiii 

84 

Door-step, charms buried under, xlvi. 133 
Doort, Herr Vander, xxxix. 245 
Doppelmayer, John Gabriel, xxxiii. 86 
Dora Baltea, the, v. 178 
Dorbye, Nicholas, xxxv. 441 

Dorchester, Dorsetshire, v. 56, 68; viii. 221 ; xii. 
136; xv. 182, 184; xvii. 330; xxviii. 416; 
xxxix. 90 

Abbey, endowed by Roger, bishop of Salis- 
bury, ii. 191 
Seals found at, xiv. 277 
Dorchester, Oxfordshire, Anglo-Saxon cemetery 

at, xxx viii. 328 
Bishops of, see Agilbert, Ulf 
Font (lead) at, x. 187 
Holy Trinity, parish register of, viii. 74 
Mint at, xxvi. 10, 17 
Remigius removes the see of, to Lincoln, 

i. 31 (a) (6), 34 (c) 

St. Peter, Easter sepulchre at, xlii. 296 
Dore, Herefordshire, xviii. 430 

Seal of Jordan, abbot of, xxi. 542 
Dorell, Dr., xliv. 415 
Doria, Peter, xxviii. 383 

Dorian peninsula and gulf, remarks on, with 
notes on a temple of Latona there, xlix. 
345 
Dorkemefeld, church and manor of, belonging to 

Bath abbey, 1. 354 
Dorking, Surrey, ix. 96, 99, 101 
Coins found at, xix. 109 
Manor of, xviii. 284 ; xliv. 200 
Dormare, John, xxxix. 443 
Dormer, Anthony, xiii. 275 

Robert, earl of Carnarvon, xiii. 274 

Sir Robert, xxxvi. 219, 224 ; xxxvii. 

438 

William, earl of Carnarvon, xiii. 274 
Dormington, Herefordshire, xi. 385 
Sedilia at, x. 291 



Dornadilla, the dune of, description of, by 

ALEXANDER POPE, v. 216 
Dornadilla, king of Scotland, first established 

forest laws there, x. 101 

Dornex,or Dornix,xxv. 444; xxx. 4; xliii. 207, 21." 
Dornghil, v. 218 
Dorocina, x\-. 182, 184, 188 
Dorotheos, xxiii. 259 
Dorothy, saint, xlvii. 365, 373 

Life of, in English verse, notice of, xxx. 

528 

Doi'ow, Mons., xxiii. 260 
Dorrell, Claudius, xli. 240 
Dorrington, Francis, xli. 240 

Dorset, earl of, fee Beaufort, Thomas ; Sackvilk-. 
Edward; Sackville, Richard; Sackvilk 1 , 
Thomas 
Dorset, earldom of, not borne by Richard 111., 

xlvi. 366 
Dorset, marquess of, see Beaufort, John : Grey, 

Henry ; (irey, Thomas 
Dorset, Albin, xvii. 297 

Robert cle, xvii. 297 
Dorsetshire, antiquities found in, xxviii. 450 

Sedilia in, x. 288 

Dorsington, Gloucestershire, xxix. 4(J6 
Dorsten, Westphalia, xiii. 1 
Dorston, Herefordshire, xviii. 430 
Dort, Holland, xxxv. 8 

Dorter, dortour, dormitory, xv. 313 ; xvi. 30 ; 
, xliii. 208 

Dorton, Bucks., the manor of, xxxiv. 44 
Dorus, a kind of brick, ii. 185 
Dosseret, an abacus, xlv. 419 
Dosysns, Dr., xxv. 524 
Dotton, Thomas, xxxv. 422 
Douay, France, v. 69 

College at, xiii. 252, 259 
English Benedictine monks at, xiii. 262 
English Benedictine priory at, xiii. 253 
English Franciscans at, xiii. 254, 266 
Mount of piety at, xxix. 275 
Douay, Nonnand de, xxxiv. 274 
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226 



DOU-DOV 



DOUBLEDAY, JOHN, xxxv. 490 

Exhibits casts of seals of Owen Glyndowr, 
xxv. 616, 619 

Chancery seal of Charles II. for the 
counties of Caermarthen, etc., xxxi. 
461 
Drawing of the Portland Vase, xxxi. 

. r >00 

Impressions of seals, xxvi. 4.")9 
Judicial seal of Elizabeth for counties 
<if Caermarthen, Glamorgan, and 
Pembroke, xxxi. 4!*.") 
Seal of Hugh df CreHsingham, xxv. 607 
Seal df Robert de Unrv, bishop of 

I hirham, xxvii. 4n 1 

Seal of Simon de Langeton, xxxi. 46 li 
Doublet, ft- Arms, Costume 

1 1 lUCK, FkAM'ls, ix. L':i'.; xv. 4(1 ; xvii. S"i, 117 
On tlic household orders of Henry, prince of 

Wales (ic.iu), xiv. 2m 

Ivory casket belonging to, xvi. 346 
Letters of, 1. In4, lu" 
On a calendar, xii. 2OO 
On European names of chessmen, xi. 397 
On the feast (if fools and on a sculptured 
girdle worn at its celebration, xv. 
225 

On the font at Thorpe Salvin, Yorks, xii. 209 
On the foundation stone of St. Mark's, 

Venice, xxvi. 215 

On a jasper ring belonging to George Cum- 
berland, xxi. 119 
On jousts or tiltings, xvii. 290 
On marriage customs, xvii. 124 
On ornaments of female dress, xii. 215 
On a seal of Wilton abbey, xviii. 40 
On a proclamation of Queen Elizabeth and 
Privy Council letter to Norfolk justices 
on the scarcity of grain, xiv. 27 
Dondan, Charles, xxxv. 344 
Dondinham, Arnold, prisoner at Poitiers, i. 

213 (a), 214(6), 234 (c) 
Doughtey, Mr., xiv. 67 



Doughtie, Thomas, swan mark of, xvi. 153 
Doughtye, Thomas, xii. 394 
Douglas Miln, Scotland, xvi. 350 
Douglas, captain, i. 318 (o), 320(6), 342 (c) 

Family, French titles of, ix. 59 
DOUGLAS, JAMKS, on an ancient sword, vii. 376 
Douglas, James, xiv. 301 

John, bishop of Salisbury, vii. 387 ; ix. 370 ; 

xiv. 276 
Margaret, ix. 59 

Countess of Lenox, xxiii. 352, 409 
A prisoner in the Tower, xxiii. 406 
Mr., x. 170 

Sir William, xxvii. 20 
Doulcet, xv. 3, 11 
Doun, Henry, xxxvii. 277 
Matilda, xxxvii. 276 
Richard, xxxvii. 291 
Stephen, xxxvii. 291 
Dounhulle, Adam de, xxxvii. 278, 435 

Jordan de, xxxvii. 278 
Dour, the river, xii. 4.36 
Douvrend, France, xxxvi. 130 
Douvres, Samson de, xxvii. 21 
Dove, the river, coins found in, xxiv. 148 
Dove, sculptured on tympanum, xlvii. 167 
Dove, John, xxiii. 23, 42 
Thomas, xii. 361 

Bishop of Peterborough, seal of , xxxiii. 351 
Dove-cote at Lewes priory, Sussex, xxxi. 431 

Garway, Herefordshire, xxxi. 191 
Dovenald, ix. 51 

Dover, Kent, i. 82 (a) (6), 93 (c), 83 (a) (6), 94 (c); 
iv. 15; vi. 187; x. 7; xxi. 503; xxiii. 350; 
xxviii. 399; xxxi. 217; xxxii. 301; xxxiv. 
239; xii. 416, 421, 436; xlvii. 222 
Castle, iv. 380, 382, 393; vi. 310; xviii. 75 
Built by Julius Caasar, v. 332 
Clock at, xxiii. 29; xxxiv. 3 
Notes on the keep, the Roman Pharos, 
and the shafts at the shot-yard 
battery, by W. EMERSON PECK, xiv. 
238 






DOV-DRA 



227 



Dover continued 

Plan of the keep, showing king John's 

chapel, xlv. 329 
Charles V. at, iii. 197 
Decay of, xi. 214 
Duke of Savoy at, xviii. 177 
Harbour at, called Paradize, xi. 244 
Harbour of, petition to Queen Elizabeth con- 
cerning, vi. 191 

Haven of, tract on making, xi. 212 
Henry VIII. at, picture of embarkation of, 

in 1520, vi. 179 
Isthmus between it and Calais, i. 83 (a) (?<), 

94 (c) 

Maison de Dieu, 1. 192 
Mint at, xxvi. 9 
Pier and harbour of, xviii. 75 
Plague at, xxxvii. 3 
Roman bath at, v. 325 ; viii. 79 
Roman lighthouse at, v. 331 ; x. 14 ; xlv. 238 
Saint James' church at, chalice in, xlii. 415 
Saint Martin's priory, sanctuary at, viii. 36 
Saint Mary the Virgin, church of, v. 325 
Sanctuary at, viii. 41 
Sea-fight off (1400), wrought in tapestry, 

iii. 190 
Slab with Runic inscription found at, xxv. 

604 ; xxviii. 346 

Tidal stations off, map of, xxxix. 288 
Tides at, correspondence between the Society 
of Antiquaries and the Admiralty con- 
cerning, xxxix. 277, 288 
Dover, Fulbert de, i. 48 (a) (fe), 53 (c) 
Hugh de, xxv. 147 
Robert, xii. 366 
Thomas, xii. 365 

Doverdall, Worcestershire, viii. 236 
Doves, Cobham, xi. 245 
Doves on ancient vase, xxiii. 206 
Dow, ME., on a pitcher found at Lismahago, 

Scotland, xvi. 350 
Do we, John, xxv. 421 

Dowes, William, woolstapler's mark of, xxxvii. 
383, 389 



Dowgal, ix. 50 

Dowland, William, xlii. 377 

Dowle, George, xxxvi. 428 

Bowles, Romney marsh, Kent, xl. 369 

Dowley, William, xii. 383 

Dowlishwake, Somersetshire, church of, granted 

to Wells cathedral, 1. 358 
Dowman, Mr., ix. 135 

Down-Amney, Gloucestershire, effigy in church of, 
ii. 295 

Manor of, granted to Nicholas de Villiers, 

ii. 295 

Down castle, Scotland, x. 1U3 
Downe, Kent, xlii. 305 
Downe, Shropshire, xii. 89 
Downcs, William, xi. 59, 62 
Downham, Norfolk, xii. 3(J8 
Downham, George, xlv. 70 

William, bishop of Chester, xxxvi. 112 
Downing, Sir George, xxix. 265 

George, xxxviii. 82 
Downpatrick, Ireland, round tower at, i. 306 (</) 

308 (l>), 330 (r) 
Downs, the, xxxii. 374 

Dowry castle, Yorkshire, i. 216 (), 217 (/0.237 (<) 
Dowse, Baldwin, xii. 388 
Dowsying, John, month's mind of, i. 14 (it) (I), 

15 (c) 
Dowth castle, Meath, xxxviii. 166 

Hill of, entrance to chamber in the, xxxviii. 151 
Doxey, John Smith, xii. 455 
D'Oyley family, supposed founders of Missenden 

abbey, xlvii. 50 
D'Oyley, Anne, xxxix. 179 

Henry, xxxix. 179 

John, xxxvii. 438 

Thomas, i. ix (a) (6) (c) 
Doyville, see Eyville 
Drabler, a sail, xi. 166 

Drach, Bartholemew du, xxviii. 381 ; xxxii. 385 
Drachsholm castle, Scotland, xxxviii. 312 
Dracontia, xxxv. 234 

JOHN BATHUEST DEANE on, xxv. 188 
Dragance, a herb, xxx. 383 



223 



DRA-DRE 



Dragon, see Arms 

Dragon, iv. 51 ; v. 15, 16; xiii. 118, 142 
A Chinese zodiacal sign, xlvii. 342 
By Torrigiano, xlix. 257 
Device of Henry VII., xlix. 287 
In the Hlack Book of Windsor, xlix. 256 
In a painting on vellum, xlix. 255 
In a window in Malvcrn church, xlix. 254 
Made for Henry III., iii. 226 
Represented as flying in a painting, xlix. 

241. 

Sculptured in Stoney St rat ton church, Lei- 
cestershire, xlvii. 176 

Sculptured on stones at Checkley, Stafford- 
shire. 1. 2M> 

Transformation of woman into, xlviii. 58 
Wingless, in fourteenth century painting, 

xlix. lY, 1. 

Dragoons, origin of the name, xxii. 87 
Dragueville. xlv. 1-51 
Dra-willa. Richard de, xlv. 457 
Drainage, r Sanitary 
Drainie. Scotland, xxi. H 11 ) 
Drake, Acton, xxxvii. 43^ 

Sir Bernard, xxxiii. 225 

Drake. Sir Franris. xii. 22"; xiii. lUU; xxii. 1M; 
xxx. His-, xxxiii. 2<>4, 222, 224, 2:15, 2SJ ; 
xxxiv. 15k -_".'7, 3ol, 3M2, :{(.i4, 313 
Autograph of, xxxiii. 2>2 
Notice of. by L"IT.Z in: LA VK;A, xxxiii. 2u7 
Drake, Francis, vi. Iu4; vii. 363; xl. 2tl 
Joan, xxxiii. 225 
John, xxxiii. 225; xli. 2:5:} 
Mr., ii. 47 
Richard, xxii. 183 
Thomas, xxxiv. 313 
William le. xxxvii. 285 
DRAKE, WILLIAM, on the word "Romance," iv. 

142 
On the English language, v. 307, 379; ix. 

332 

On discoveries in Brotherton church, York- 
shire, ix. 253 
On Roman stations in Essex, v. 137 



DRAKE, WILLIAM RICHARD, on the capture of the 

great carrack (1592), xxxiii. 209 
Dramiskin, Ireland, round tower used as a bell- 
tower, ii. 81 
Drapenynge, action for, in manor court of Ayles- 

bury, Bucks, 1. 97 
Draper, Edmond, xxxv. 424, 427, 433 

Hew, inscription of, in Tower of London, 
xiii. 98 

John, xxxv. 422, 424 

Philip, xxxv. 427 

Robert, xxxvi. 19 
Draught brig, a, xxi. 272 
Draughton, Thomas de, xxx. 122 
Draughts, the game, ix. 26 

In Iceland, xxiv. 288 
Drawings, Italian, Joiix TAL.MANOH, i. 130 (o) (5), 

144 (c) 

Draycott, Staffordshire, v. 97 
Draycott, Eleanor, xxxv. 306 

Sir Philip, xliii. 230 

Simon, xxxv. 306 

Dray ton, Cheshire, xii. 91 ; xxxiii. 77 
Drayton soke, see Kirton in Holland, sokc of 
Drayton, West, Middlesex, chalice at, xiii. 412, 

414 
Drayton, Anne, xxix. 407 

Baldwin de, xxix. 407 

Bartholomew, xxiv. 323 

Gilbert de, xxix. 407 

John de, xxix. 407 

Michael, xxxii. 144 

Richard, xxix. 407 

William, xxix. 407 
Dreame-holes, xxxv. 425 
Dredge barley, xliii. 234 
Dredge, mingled corn, xliii. 209 
Dreff, Ralph, xxxiv. 419 
Drepanius, Florus, xiv. 181 
Dresden, Germany, medallions struck at, xlix. 274 

Portrait in gallery at, xliii. 15 
D res her, name for a small landowner in Saxony 

xxxv. 470 
Dresselius, Hieronymns, xxxi. 414 






DRE-DEU 



229 



Drcn, Reginald, xxxvii. 290 

Richard, xxxvii. 293 
Dreux, John dc, duke of Brittany, xlv. 434 

Peter de, iv. 180 

Earl of Richmond, monument of in 
church of Aqua-bella, Savoy, xviii. 
187 

Robert III., count of, xxxi. 274 
Drew, F., xlv. 286 

Laurence, xx. 65 

Mary, viii. 75 
Drewry, Sir Robert, xii. 390 

Sir William, xii. 392 

Drewsteignton, Devonshire, stone at, xxii. 432 
Driby, Sir Simon de, xxvi. 330 
Driffield, Yorks., xxv. 286 ; xxxiv. 251 

Coffin found at, xliv. 13 
Drift, a geological term, xxxviii. 283 
Drill, military, temp. Eliz., xlvii. 213, 224 
Drimnagh castle, Ireland, xxxviii. 173 
Drincort, France, xlv. 427 
Drinking between meals, xxiii. 31 
Drinking-bowls or mazers, 1. 129 
Drinking-cup, Brougham, Westmoreland, xlv. 
414 

From Swiss grave-mounds, xlvii. 135 
Drinking vessels or miniature urns found in 

Cornish barrow, xlix. 187 
Dripping Pan, an inn near Charing Cross, 

London, xxxiii. 98 
Dritzehen, Andrew, xi. 298 

George, xi. 298 
Drocheneforde, x. 183 
Droeshont, John, xxxiii. 100 

Drogheda, Ireland, i. 102 (a), 103 (6), 114 (c) ; 
ii. 236 ; xx. 243 

Besieged by Irish, i. 103 (a), 104 (6), 114 (c) 
Drogo, vi. 44 

Drokenesford, John de, xxviii. 290 
Drokenford, John de, vii. 418 
Dromander, a kind of vessel, xiii. 28 
Dromedary, eastern name for chess rook, xi. 406 

On cope, xliii. 236 
Dromon, a kind of ship, vi. 199 



Dromond, David, xii. 269 
Dromore, bishop of, see Percy, Thomas 
Dronfield, Derbyshire, xxix. 169 
Drontheim, Norway, xxxi. 293 

Archbishopric of, xxxvii. 41 
Dropsy, cure for, xxx. 360, 427 
Drouye, Henry, xxxvii. 286 
Drowght, William, xxxix. 25 
Drowner, a person in charge of water meadows, 

xxxv. 259 

Droxford, Hampshire, v. 366 ; x. 183 
Druett, Robert, xxv. 538 
Druidical remains, xxii. 198 

In Derbyshire, HAY.MAX ROOKI: on, xii. 41 

In Yorkshire, iii. 353; viii. 2U<), 214 

Temples in Guernsey, xvii. 254 
Jersey, viii. 3S4, 3S(5 
Scotland, i. 317 (n), 319(6), 341 (c) 
Druids altar, xxxv. 232, 234 

Beads, x. 134 

First mentioned by CVsar, vii. 307 

Magi called, ii. 243 

Practised human sacrifice, vii. 316 
Drum, side, xxi. 554 
Drum, the, xxi. 387 

Drumaleague, Leitrim, crannoge at, xxxviii. I* 5 
Drumboe, Down, Ireland, round tower at, i. 30<> 

(a), 308 (&), 330 (c) 
Drumkeery Lough, Ireland, crannoge in, ROIIEIM 

HAKKXKSS on, xxxix. 483 
Drumkellin, Donegal, log-cabin at, xxxviii. 186 

Stone implement found at, xxvi. 361, 363 
Drumkeragh, Ireland, skeleton found at, vii. 90 

Mountains, vii. 106, 109 
Drumlane, Cavan, xliii. 135 

Church at, xliii. 139 
Drumler, a kind of vessel, xiii 28, 31 
Drummpr, the, a hill in Wales, vi. 29 
Drummond castle, Perthshire, armlets found 

near, xxviii. 435 
Drummond, Annabella, ix. 59 

James, bishop of Brechin, xxxv. 488 

Mr., xv. 27, 117 

William, xxxiii. 158 



230 



DRU-DUD 



Drnmstccde, a musician, xv. 78 
Drunkards, mass of the, xxx. 239 
Drnnshill, Oxfordshire, xxxii. 392 
Drury, Sir Drew, xxxvii. 490 
Elizabeth, xv. 70 
Henry, xv. 70 
John, xlii. 3 
Marj-, xl. 4(3") 
Sir Robert, xxv. 4. r )9 
Robert, xxv. 4:.!> 
Sir Thomas, iii. - tS 
Thomas, xxv. 450; xl. 4b'6 
Sir William, xxii. l!2<> ; xl. 465 
William, xxv. !">!> 
Drusilla. coins of, iii. 17'i 
Drusus, xliii. '2~i'2 
Di:\, Tii"\i\~. on the skew bridge at Rimini, 

Italy, xxx. :>:', 
DryburL', (icrinany, xiii. t 
Dryby. Alice, iii. 2!'S 

Robert, iii. L".S ; xxxi. ^7. s'.' 
Di:i 1. 1 ,, Sn: II I:M:V, xli. 1>1 ; xlii.l2<>2. 2:!4 

(In Anirlo-Saxon i-emuins at Marston Saint 

Lawrence, Northants., xxxiii. .'526 
Kxca vat ions by, at Marston, xlviii. '!-" 
Dryghtwald, xxxvi. lilt 
Drvi. Dryithc, vii. :il"> 
Dryver, Roger, xlm. ~2'2~> 
Urywood, Lancashire, i. 7U (ti) (//), 7b (r) 
Duane. Mr., ii. 'JlS, li:{ 4 ; iii. 'J.'iU 

.Matthew, viii. iJT.j 
Dubie, Mons., xxxiii. .'5ul 
Dublin, xx. 44 ; x.xiv. ~2(J(J 

(iild of St. Loy at, xxiii. 428 

In Ptolemy, xlviii. U95 

Mint at, xxiv. 160; xxviii. 70 

Petrie collection at, iwo bronze objects in, 

xlvii. 473 

Saint Donlongh's church near, xxxviii. 158 
Saint Patrick's cathedral, xlv. 152 
Sepulchral efiigy in, xxxi. 269 
Duboule, Jean Baptiste, xxxiii. 300 
Dubrae, see Dover. 
Ducorcl family, iii. 27 



DUCABEL, ANDREW COLTEE, petition of city of Win- 
Chester to Henry VI. communicated by, 
i. 91 (o) (6), 102 (c) 
Duchelli, Mons., iii. 201 
Duchess, see Costume 
Duchoul, William, xix. 390 
Duck, Arthur, xxxv. 313 

Dr., x. 208; xliv. 420; xlv. 72 

Richard le, xxxvii. 288 

Duck, lame, a Stock Exchange term, xiii. 138 
Duck Street, xxii. 52 
Ducket, Tinckler, vii. 43 
Duckett, Sir George, xvii. 110 
Ducking stool, sec Punishment 
Ducks, on vestments, xvi. 7 
Duckstein, a German building-stone, x. 15 
Duckworth, Dycc. xlii. 458 
Dnclair, France, font at, xxv. 164 
Dudbridge, Henry, xxxv. 431 
Duddingston, Scotland, viii. 42 
Duddy. John, xxiv. :ii? 
Dudley, barony of, iii. 299 

Castle, xxxiii. 77 
Dudlev, Lord, si'r Sutton, Kdward ; Sutton, John 

Ambrose, xviii. 179 

Ambrose, earl of Warwick, xiii. 201 

Plate presented to by queen Elizabeth, 

i. 10 () (6), 11(0) 
Anne, xxxix. 151 
Sir Edmund, xlv. 148 
Edmund, xiii. 69; xxv. 368, 369 
Edward, xxiii. 24 
Elizabeth, xxv. 499 
Lord Guilford, xiii. 70; xxiii. 41, 42 
Henry, xviii. 179 
John, xxxvii. 352 
John, duke of Northumberland, xii. 356; 

xxiii. 43 ; xlvii. 320 

Inscription of, in the Tower of London, 
xiii. 69 

Plot of, xxiii. 18 

John, earl of Warwick, xviii. 179 
John, lord Lisle, xviii. 426 
Sir Robert, xxxiv. 315, 322; xlii. 376 









DUD-DUK 



231 



Dudley cont inued 
Robert, xviii. 179 

Inscription of, in Tower of London, xiii. 

77 

Robert, earl of Leicester, xxi. 548 ; xxiv. 325 ; 
xxxi. 178; xlii. 347 
Certificate of, concerning the hearse of 

lady Katherine Knowles, xvi. 279 
Plate presented to, by queen Elizabeth, 

i. 10 (a) (b), 11 (c) 
Simon, xii. 366 
William, xxxvii. 352 

William, bishop of Durham, i. 350 (a), 
352 (6), 377 (c), 352 (a), 354 (6), :379 (c), 
371 (a), 373 (b), 398 (c) 
Duels, judicial, German, R. L. PEAKSALL on, xxix. 

348 

Charms not to be used in, xx. 170 
Dnefias, Spain, xxxvii. 59 
Dnffield, Derbyshire, tile at, xliv. 169 
Duffield-Frith, or Duffield Forest, ii. 278 
Duffield, captain, xxxiv. 307 

William, 1. 188 

Duffus castle, Scotland, x. 103 
Duflos, Marote, xxxviii. 62 
Dngdale, Sir William, i. xxii (a), xxiii (b) (c); 

xiv. 164 ; xxxii. 83 
Drawings of monuments in Lincoln cathedral 

by, i. 29 (a) (b), 32 (c) 
History of St. Paul's, corrections of, 1. 460 
Notice of horn of Ulphus by, i. 169 (a) (b), 

188 (c) 

Duglas, serjeant-major, xxxv. 325, 328, 330 
Doia, William de, xxvii. 112 
Duiff, v. 218 

Duk, Richard le, xxxvii. 287 
D.uke, E., xlii. 166 ; xliii. 309, 327, 384 

Edmond, xii. 383 ; xliii. 288 
Dukes, Richard Farmer, xxxii. 408 
DUKES, THOMAS FARMER, on spear-heads found 

near Shrewsbury, xxvi. 464 
Duket, Nicholas, xxxvi. 403 
Dulce Cor, abbey of, see Sweet Heart 
Dulcetts, fish, xv. 6 



Dulcimer, a musical instrument, vii. 218 

Painted on roof of Peterborough cathedral, 

ix. 148 
Dull, abthane of, ix. 330 

Apin 0, ix. 330 

Philip, xxxv. 424 
Dulwich, Surrey, plague at, xxxvii. 20 

College, MS. on hail shot at, xlvii. 212 
Dumard, Knima, xxx. 228 
Dumblane, Scotland, diocese of, xvii. '251 
Dumb cako, a, xvii. 1G6 
Dumbluton, Gloucestershire, vi. 44 
Dumfries, Scotland, xxii. 170 

Bridge tit, built by Dcvorgild Buliol, ix. 
56 

Bron/.o vessel found near, KUI:I:I:T UII>M:U. 
on, xi. 105 

Convent at, ix. 5tj 

Dumna, island of (Ptolemy), xlviii. '.fe~> 
Dun, meaning 1 of, xxviii. 415 
Dun, sec Don 
Duna, John de, xi. 259 
Dun Agglesag, Scotland, v. 24S ; vi. 9(J 
Dunagoyle, Scotland, vitrified fort at, vi. 100 
Dunbar, Scotland, xxi. 485 

Coffins found at, xiv. 280 
Dunbarton, Scotland, x. 58 
Dun-bcath, Scotland, v. 251 ; vi. 97 
Dunbey Mount, Ireland, vii. 106 
Dunbritton Frith, Scotland, vii. 80 
Duncan, king of Scotland, iv. 183 
Duncansby Head (Ptolemy), xlviii. 386 
Dnnch, Mr., xii. 399 

Dunchad o Braoin, i. 307 (a), 309 (b), 331 (c) 
Dunchurch, Warwickshire, xxix. 87, 90 
Duncombe, Sir Saunders, xx. 446 

Thomas, v. 204 

Dundalk, Ireland, i. 102 (a), 103 (b), 114 (c) ; 
vi. 364 

Ship temple at, THOMAS POWNALL on, vii. 

149 
Dundas, lieut., xv. 389 

R. B., xliii. 119 

Richard Leslie Bruce, xxxii. 404 



232 



DUN-DUR 



Dundee, Scotland, xiii. 198 

Castle, ix. 56 

Dundrennan, Scotland, abbey of, is. 55 
Dundrum castle, Ireland, xxxviii. 170 
Dune, a termination of local names, xxxi. 520 
Dune. John, xii. 371 
Dunelhoo, vii. 77 

Dun Evan, Scotland, vitrified fort nt, x. 147 
Dnnfoyse, Scotland, xxii. 1(!7 
I )n likeness, Kent, xxxiv. 239 
Dungeons, iv. 377, 383 
Dungolo, Xubin, xix. HIO 
Dunham, lialph do, xi. 2l>2 
Diinington, Derbyshire, xiii. 290 
Dunkcld. Scotland, diocese of, xvii. 211 

The bishop of defeats the English, xxvi. 325 
Dun-krlt. ii. 21 1 
Dunkirk, France, x. 3SS ; xxiii. 319; xxxiv. 231 

Crusskeys inn at, xxxv. 2()3 

liish Benedictine < ; onvent at, xiii. 253 



nglish Benedictine nuns at, xiii. 271 



lish Poor-Clares at, xiii. 255, 2G9 
Said to be Iccius 1'ortus, i. 183 (), Ibl (b), 

203 (c) 

Dunling. u bird, xiii. 359, 386 
Dunmal Raise, Kendal, Westmoreland, ix. 225 
Dunmawg, fee Dunmow 

Dimming, surnameof tenant at Kothley, Leicester- 
shire, xlvii. 99 

Dunmow, Essex, v. 138, 139; xxix. 217 
Dunne, Alexander, xxx. 173 
Dunnet Head, Ptolemy's Orcas ?, xlviii. 386 
Dunnig, Thomas, xxxvii. 282 
Dunnoly, Scotland, x. 102 
Dun-o-deer, Aberdeenshire, vi. 88, 363 
Dunotter castle, Scotland, x. 103 
Dunpory, William, xxxvii. 277 
Dunraven, Wales, vi. 28. 

Dun-robin, Scotland, v. 251, 253; vi. 97 ; x. 103 
Duns, vi. 95, 293 
Dunsby, Lincolnshire, xiii. 306 
Dunscore, Scotland, font at, xi. 107 
Dnnsford church, Devonshire, xviii. 394 
Dunsleybay, Torkflbire, x. 124 



Dunsmoor Heath, xxix. 87 ; xxxv. 316 

Dunsmore, lord, see Leigh, Francis 

Dunstable, Bedfordshire, v. 44; xx. 177; xxii. 

139; xxvii. 97, 98, 100102, 104 
Eleanor Cross at, xxix. 172, 184 
Priory at, i. 331 (a), 333 (6), 356 (c) 
Vineyards at, i. 327 (a), 329 (6), 352 (c) 
Dunstafnage, Argyllshire, x. 102 
Dunstan, saint, archbishop of Canterbury, iv. 62; 

x. 238; xvii. 49; xlvii. 369 
Said to have practised something like print- 
ing, ix. 143 
Dunstanborough castle, Noi-thumberland, xx. 62 

Capture of (1162), xlvii. 269, 272 
Dunster, Somersetshire, seal found at, ix. 369 
C'astle, v. 21 
Church, xxxvii. 137 
Priory, ix. 370 

Dunston, Henry, xxv. 318, 321 
Duntsbourne Abbots, Gloucestershire, hoar stone 

at, xvi. 3(52; xiii. 219 
Dnntwoad Tor, Derbyshire, ix. 209 
Dunum Hay (Ptolemy), xlviii. 387, 388 
Dunvegan, Scotland, x. 102 

Cup at, xxii. 407 
Dunwallo, Molmutius, viii. 16 
Dumvich, Suffolk, viii. 350; xii. 91, 141 ; xx. 480; 

xxiii. 367 
Church of St. James, plan of, xii. 368 

Capitals in, xii. 165 
Hospital church, plan of, xix. 364, 368 
Indentures as to payment of burgess in par- 
liament, i. 204 (a), 205 (fc), 225 (c) 
Seal found at, xxii. 423 ; xxxiii. 140 
Duppa, Jeffery, xxxv. 10 
DUITA, RICHARD, on the lotus, xix. 276 
Durandus, bishop of Mende, xi. 348, 392; xxvi. 

217 

Durant, Gailhart, xxxi. 504 
Oswald, xxxiii. 100 
Raimonet, xxxi. 506 
Durantus, Stephen, xxxvii. 130 
Dnras, Robert, killed at Poitiers, i. 214 (a), 215 (6), 
235 (c) 



DUR-DUS 



233 



Durazzo, besieged by Boemond, xv. 240 
Dnrden, Henry, xliii. 289, 337, 342, 351, 378; 

xlv. 251 
Darer, Albert, viii. 247 

Drawings by, i. 131 (a) (6), 145 (c) 
Figures of St. George and the Dragon by, 

xlix. 261, 270, 271 
Duresme, i.e. Durham, a name introduced by the 

Normans, vii. 77 
Dnrenassal, John, xxxix. 443 
Durham, vi. 64; xlii. 280, 298 
Battle of, iii. 28 

Bishopric of, proposed division of, tvmp. Ed- 
ward VI., xviii. 75 

Cathedral, book of benefactors to, i. 180 (<;) 
(6), 200 (c) 

Arches in presbytery of, xi. 334 
Door in, plan of, xix. 367, 368 
Excavations on the site of the chapter- 
house at, JOSEPH THOMAS FO\VI,I;I; on, 
xlv. 385 

Fridestol in, viii. 28 
Galilee in, viii. 30 

Inventory of ornaments at, xliii. 247 
Lavatory in, xi. 113 
Library, ancient calendar in, xlvii. 360 
Mural painting of the Crucifixion in, 

xlvii. 169 

Plan of chapter-house at, xlv. 386 
Representation of the Last Judgment 
on St. Cuthbert's coffin at, xxx vi. 378 
Staindrop given to, by Cnut, i. 172 (a) 

(V), 191 (c) 

Vaulting of, xlvii. 47 
Dagger found at, xii. 408 
Mazers at, 1. 130, 133, 134 
Mint at, v. 335; xviii. 3; xxiv. 159; xxvi. 

10 ; xxviii. 53, 54, 6163, 65, 72 
Priory, plate in the frater of, 1. 187 
Sanctuary at, viii. 41 
Durham, bishops of, see Aldwin 
Beaumont, Lewis de 
Bee, Anthony 
Bury, Richard de 



Durham, bishops of continued 

Dudley, William 

Flambard, Ralph ; 

Farnham, Nicholas de 

Insula, Robert de 

Kellawe, Richard 

Marisco, Richard de 

Poore, Richard 

Puteaco, Hugh de 

Rufus, Geoffrey 

St. Barbara, William de 

St. Carilph, William de 

Skirlaw, Walter de 

Stichcll, Robert 

Tunstall, Cuthbert 
Durham, Gri/el, xxxv. 346 

Sir .lames, xxxv. 346 

Thomas, xii. 363 

Walter dr. xxix. 1x7, 1!H) 
Duniiicli. Scotland, xiii. 198 

Durnford, Great, Wilts, parish register of, viii. 7"> 
Durnford, major, viii. 320 
Durnovaria, v. 56, 57; xviii. 421; xxxviii. 41(>; 

xii. 392 
Durobrivae, i. 61 (a) (i), 68 (c). f .62 () (M. 6! 

(c) ; 1. 384 

Durobrivis, x. 37!'; xxviii. 4UO ; xxix. 223 
Durocina, xxviii. 450 
Durocobrivae, xxvii. 98, 99 
Durocornovio, viii. 92; xv. 190 
Durolevum, xxix. 222, 223 
Durolitum, i. 74 (a) (/<), 83 (c) ; v. 138; .\\iii. 

367 ; xxxvi. 206 
Durosiponte, vii. 140 
Durotrigcs, the, xii. 389 
Durovernum, i. 186 (a), 187 (b), 206 (c) ; xxix. 

223 

Durraunte, Nicholas, xii. 383 
Durrich, captain von, xxxvi. 156 ; xxxvii. 27 
Durslin castle, Wales, iii. 113 
Durwood, Derbyshire, querns found at, vii. 22 
Dusan, emperor Stefan, church paintings of, 

near Skopia, xlix. 84, 93 
Dusseldorf, Germany, xxxv. 9 
2 H 



231 



DUS-DYX 



Dustefntes, a vagabond, a pedlar, i. 202 (a), 203 

(*), 223 (c) 
Duston, Northamptonshire, xxxv. 392, 395 

Roman remains at, SAMUEL SHARP on, xliii. 118 
Dutch, offer of the, to purchase an English har- 
bour, xlii. 28 
Dutch glass, xlvi. 78, 99 

Gold, a base metal, xxiv. 175 

Stairs, x. 412 

Stove, x. IIM;, 107 
Duttun, eaptain. xxii. 182 

Hugo de. xv. 31! 

IVt. !(!. xv. 319 

Sii' Piers, xx.xiii. t>2 
Dutwood. Dertivshire, ix. 225 

Tur, ix. I'd!'; xii. 18 
Dnncturp, Yorkshire, vi. 13 
Duumviri, tribunals of, at Silchester. xlvi. 35S 

Quinquennales, Roman municipal officers at 

Hjiitaurum, xlviii. 11 
Duval. Antoine, xxxvii. 92 
1 liivunus. iv. 115 
I law-dun ii. 217 
Dux. the title, iv. 133; v. 133 
Duxford St. John, Cambridgeshire, church of, 

cmss on tympanum of, xlvii. 1(J5 
Duxworth, Cambridgeshire, ix. 131 
Dux, MODS, de la, xxxi. 500 
Dwarf. Mrs. Tomyfien. the, plate given to by 

ijiieen Klmibeth, i. 10 (a) (//), 12 (c) 
Dwarfs, Roman, x. 139 

Represented in sculpture, viii. 2G1, 285 
DWAHIMS. Siu FOIMTX Airs, on the Cheshire family 

of Brcreton, xxxiii. 55 
Dyaus. the fylfot symbolical of, xlviii. 297 
Dybeek, Richard, xliii. 98, 105, 111 
Dydlesfold, xxxvi. 308 
Dyer, James, xxi. 548 

John xii. 358 

Mr., xii. 104 

Dyers' Company, xxxi. 390 
Dyffryn, Wales, xxxv. 250 
Dygbye, Simon, xii. 387 
Dygger, Richard, xxxvi. 221 



Dyke, Lincolnshire, xi. 32 
Dyke, Sir Percival Hart, xxvii. 391 
Dyle, Robert, xxxi. 210 
Dylneth, William, xxxvii. 286 
Dymchurch, Kent, xl. 372 

Clay pellets, xxxi. 488 

Coins found at, iv. 358 

Enamelled badge from, xxxi. 487 

Roman remains at, xxxi. 487 

Saxon dagger from, xxxi. 487 
Dymenge, Nicholas, xxix. 184 
Dymmok, Andrew, xxxviii. 278 

Humphrey, xii. 358 

Walter, xxvi 320 

William, xxvi. 320 
Dymock, Mr, i. 353 (a), 355 (6), 379 (c) ; xxiii. 30 

Sir Edward, iii. 292 

Sir John, xx. 208 

John, iii. 297 

Sir Robert, i. 374 (a), 376 (6), 401 (c) 

Thomas, xx. 209 
Dyneley, Charles, xxxiv. 224 
Dyngley, Richard, xxxvi. 39 
Dynham, John, iii. 16 

John, lord Dynham, xxvi. 283; xxxi. 167, 
178 

Oliver de, 1. 356 

Thomas, iii. 18 
Dynv, John, xxviii. 323 
Dyrewyne, William, xxviii. 9 
Dyrham, Gloucestershire, xix. 165 
Dyrrhachium, xlviii. 6. 43; xlix. 31 
Dyrrke, Andrew, xxxvi. 301 

Richard, xxxvi. 300 
Dysart, Waterford, Ireland, xliii. 135 
Dysart, earl, v. 89 
Dytchfield, J, xxiv. 326 
Dytyn pan, xxi. 278 
Dyve, Sir John, brass to, xxx. 124 
Dyvnwal, Moelmud, xvi. 109 
Dyx, Thomas, xxxix. 25 
Dyxe, John, xii. 372 

William, xii. 393 
Dyxon, Thomas, xii. 382 






EAD-EAR 



235 



E. 

Eadbert, king, x. 38 ; xxv. 286 

Eadburga, v. 372 ; xiv. 137, 178 

Eadburgate, Sandwich, Kent, i. 81 (a) (A), 91 (c) 

Eadgifu, x. 233 

Eadgitha, illegitimate daughter of king Edgar, 

xviii. 20, 40, 42 
Seal attributed to, xviii. 45, 52 
Eadmund, king, x. 233; xix. 110, 113 
Eadred, king, iii. 99 ; x. 233 
Eadsin, x. 234 
Eadulf, viii. 231 
Eadward the elder, king, xlix. 407 

Charter of, xxxvii. 265 
Eadwulf, king of Northumbria, xxv. 28 ti 
Eadwy or Eadwig, king, ii. 78 

Gives land at Southwell to the church of 

York, i. 171 (a) (b), 190 (c) 
Grants of, to Malmesbury abbey, xxxvii. 26(5 
Eadwyne, Richard, xxxvii. 288 

Thomas, xxxvii. 289 
Eagle, xix. 100 

An ornament, xvi. 124 

Heraldic double-headed, xxxix. 37S ; xlviii. 

357 
On ancient vase, xxiii. 158, 1(!7. 219, 221, 

222, 234, 235, 238 
Reliquary in shape of, xxiii. 427 
Roman, from Brixworth, Xorthants., xliii. 
119 

From Silchester, Hampshire, ix. 37(1 
Bronze, of the basilica, xlvi. 363, 3(54 
Bronze and steel, 1. 267 

Spread, the, a mark on linen, sixteenth cen- 
tury, xlviii. 133, 154, 155 
Worshipped in Egypt, iv. 241 
Eagle-stone, Derbyshire, vii. 134 
Eagle-stones, found in barrow at Upton Lovel. 

Wiltshire, xv. 124 
Ealdgith, xxx. 220 
Ealdingtune, Kent, x. 233 
Ealdonnan, the title, i. 174 (a) (6), 193 (c) 
Ealhstan, see Alhstan 
Ealing, Middlesex, plague at, xxxvii. 19 



Earn, Sir Henry, xxxi. 112, 139 

Knighthood of, xxxi. 155 
Eames, Mr., viii. 295 
Eanbald II., archbishop of York, xxv. 305 

Moneyers' names on stycas of, xxv. 307 
Eanes Beorch, xxxv. 273 
Eanfrid, king of Bernicia, xxv. 285 
Kanred, king of Xorthumbria, xxv. 28(5, 295, 

300 

Earable, arable, xiii. 315, 3s4 
Earbyo, Mr., swan-mark of, xvi. 153 
Eardisley, Herefordshire, font at, xxx. (53 
Kardley, Sir Culling, xxxix. 2S 
Kardulf, kiny of Xorthumbria, xxv. 280 
Karl, the title, i. 174 ( n ) (/-I. 1!3 (c) 

In Scotland, ix. 330; xix. 24 I- 
Earldoms, claims of female heirs to. xlvii. 41o 
Karle, Kra.smus, v. 114 

John, bishop of Salisbury, xxxv. 34'i 
Thomas, xxxv. 340 
Walter, xn. 376 
Karls, a list of, in liioi!. xv. 72 
Karl's Barton, Xorthants., x. 29O ; xxvi. -J|t. MS 

Plan of church door, xix. 36ii. 36s 
Karl's Colne, Kssex, monuments at, ii. 2! '3 
Karl's Soham, Suffolk, font at, x. l'.S 
Krmingaford, x. 22.s 
Ear-pendants, bronze, from Swiss grave-mounds, 

xlvii. 135 

Ear.pick, bronze, xxxv. 27S 
Ear-rings, xxxvii. 102, 106, 108 

Bronze, Anglo-Saxon, from Sleaford. I. 3Sf, 
Gold, see Gold, ornaments of 
Silver, Anglo- Saxon, from Sleaford,!. 390,402 
From Ithaca, xxxiii. 46 
From Swiss grave-mounds, xlvii. 135 
Earring-beads, Anglo-Saxon, from Sleaford, 1. 

389, 392, 394, 397 
Karsham, Norfolk, xxiii. 367 
Earsley, Yorks, celt from, v. 114 
Earth, the, Ptolemy's idea of, xlviii. 381 

Sign for, in China, xlviii. 314 
Eartham, Sussex, xlv. 147 
Earthen Low, Derbyshire, vii. 133 

2 H2 



233 



EAR-EGG 



Karthqnake, viii. 444 

At Epitaurnm, xlviii. 18 

Destruction of Scupi by, xlix. 89, 133 
Eat th works, see Camps 
Earthworms, work of, at Silchester, 1. 271 
Kasby, Yorkshire, xliv. 175 

Abbey of St. Agatha at, xlvii. 198 

Font in church of, x. 189 
Knsc. South, Sussex, xxiii. 12 
Kasebrook, Robert, xxxiv. >! 
East, burial towards, xxxvii. 4.">S ; xliii. .'523 
East. Kdward, xxxiii. '.'!' 

Robert, xliii. 2lX> 
Eastbourne, Sussex, bracelets found at, xvi.363 

Church. Kaster sepulchre in, xlii. '2W> 
Font in. x. L s !' 

Manor of. xl. lf.it 
Ka~ti-r. xvii. 12S 

Day. little, i.e. Low Sunday, xxxi. 4-7, 12S 

KLTITS. xv. ;!.">S 

Kve, charcoal for, x. 7'.' 

F..nts blessed on, x. 212, 21S 

Fire, at Stnitton, xlvi. 222. 220 

Month, i.e. April, iii. 331 

Se|.iilehre. ."> Sepulchre, Master 

Various computations of. xliv. 330 
Ka-trr Island, upright stones worshipped in, vi. 30 
Kasterlinirs. xi. '2 1 
Estjrryiiistede. Wiltshire, ii. 327 
Kastlake, Sir Charles, xl. 47S 
Kaston. Hampshire, i. .".7 (a) (I), 03 (>), 59 (a) (I), 

o:> ( f ) 

Kaston heath, Norfolk, xxv. ")91 

Kaston. Wilfrid, xii. 3fJ9 

Kastry, Kent, xxxvii. '.'> ; xlv. 301 

Has try pate, Sandwich, Kent, i. HI (a) (b), 91 (c) 

Kastry, Henry, prior of Canterbury, i. 325 (o), 

327 (6), 350 (c) 

Hast well, Kent, parish register nt, ii. 214 
Kastwick, Hertfordshire, manor of, xxxvii. 340 
Kastwick, John de, 1. 221 
Kastwood, Essex, xlii. 302 
Katon, Norfolk, celts from, xxii. 424 
Katun heath, tumuli on, xxiii. 370 



Eaton Socon, Bedfordshire, chursh, window in 

xxv. 184 
Eaton, Fitzwilliam, xxxvii. 201 

Mr., i. 356 (a), 358 (6), 383 (c) 

Mrs., xxxvii. 201 
Eauens, Mr., xliv. 419 
Ebbesbourne Wake, "Wiltshire, xxxv. 272 
Ebchester, Durham, vii. 80 ; x. 56 
Ebendorffer, Thomas, xxxi. 413 
Kberhard, archbishop of Triers, xvii. 34 
Kberstein, Bernhard von, xxx. 435 
Kbles, abbot of Saint Germain, xlv. 244 

Count of Poietou, xlv. 243 
Eboracum, see York 
Kbi-o, buildings on the, 1. 2, 3 
Ebudae, islands (Ptolemy), xlviii. 384 
Kbnlus, xlv. 244 
Kburodunum, xxxviii. 181 
Ebusus, v. 1(53 

Ebwy, .Monmouthshire, a river, ii. 8 
Ecbatana, castle of, vi. 291, 292 
Ecchington, fee Kekington 

Ecclefeehan, Scotland, gold ornament fi-om, ii. 41 
Kcelemy, France, iii. 200 
Kccles. Lancashire, i. 70 (a) (b), 78 (r) 
Kcclesfield, Yorks, v. 91 
Eccleshall castle, Staffordshire, xxxiii. 70 

Rebuilt by bishop Lloyd, xlix. 447 
Ecclesia, the word, in Domesday Book, viii. 218 

Kcligionis, viii. 12 
Ecclesiastical courts, privileges of soke, xlvii. 93 

State of, iii. 410 

Supremacy and early political power of, xlix. 

139 
Kcclcsiasticus, a MS. of, at Fulda, Germany, xxvi. 

172 

Kcclcsiola, viii. 226 
Ecclesiology of towns in Mecklenburg and Pome- 

rania, xlix. 139 

Ecclesius, bishop of Ravenna, xlv. 420 
Eccleston, Thomas, iii. 125 
Eccleton road, Berks., xv. 183 
Ecfrid, king of Northumbria, v. 362 ; xxv. 285, 291 
Ecgbeorht, gee Egbert 




ECG EDM 



237 






Ecgfrida, v. 197, 198, 206 

Echaide, Juan de, xl. 8 

Echelles, see Arms 

Echingham, Sir Robert de, xlv. 435 

Sir Simon de, xlv. 435 

Sir William de, xlv. 430, 434 

William de, xxxix. 443; xl. 373; xlv. 438, 440 
Echsekias, xxiii. 259 
Eckington, Derbyshire, ii. 76 ; vi. 81 
Eclirgges, William de, xxxix. 443 
Eclipse, solar (1652), i. 230 (a), 231 (6), 252 (c) 
Eda, v. 206 
Edbald, iv. 64 
Edda, the, v. 385 

Mentions Thor's hammer, ii. 125 
Eddesbury, Mr., xii. 281 
Eddeworthe, Stephen de, xxv. 153 
Ede, surname of tenant at Mardefeld, Leicester- 
shire, xlvii. 110 

Eden, garden of, speculations concerning, xxi. 372 
Eden hall, the Luck of, supposed to be Saracenic, 

xlvi. 92 

Eden river (Ptolemy), xxxi. 281 ; xlviii. 383, 387 
Eden, Richard, xxxviii. 109 ; xl. 344 

Thomas, xxiii. 333 
Edenbridge, Kent, xxviii. 462 
Edendon, William de, see Edington, William de 
Edenham, Robert de, xvi. 49, 77 
Ederovv, river, v. 89 
Edessa, xiv. 15 ; xvi. 273 

Kings of, xvi. 274 
Edeyrn, xiv. 220 

Edgar, king, ii. 78 ; x. 226, 232 ; xxii. 290 ; xxiv. 
32, 33 ; xxv. 223 ; xxvi. 223 ; xxxii. 270 ; 
xxxvii. 267, 268 

Canons of, viii. 22 

Charter to Ramsey abbey, xiv. 154 

Gives land at Scirebum to church at York 
i. 171 (a) (6), 190 (c) 

Privileges to Glastonbury abbey, iii. 2 

Statue of, at Worcester, i. 140 (a) (6), 155 (c) 
Edgar street, Worcester, i. 141 (a) (fe), 156 (c) 
Edgare, Mr., xviii. 328 
Edgcote, Northants, x. 284 

Chimney opening at, xxvii. 384 



Edge, Shropshire, xii. 92 

Edge moor, Derbyshire, x. 31 

Edge, Robert, xi. 245 

Edgerton, Mr., xxxv. 327 

Edgeworth, Gloucestershire, lavatory at, x. 297 

EDGEWOIITH, RICHAHD LOVEL, on discoveries in 

turf bogs in Ireland, vii. Ill 
Edgifa, daughter of Edward the elder, xlv. 245 
Edgitha, viii. 186 
Edihvach, v. 3G2 
Kdinburgh, Scotland, xxii. 7 ; xxviii. 415 

Coffins at, xliv. 15 

Hoar stone at, xxv. 27, 58 
Kdingall, Staffordshire, x. 24 
Kdington, Somersetshire, xiv. 91 

Moulds for casting Roman coins found at, 

xiv. 99 
Kdington, Wilts, battle of. xv. 308 

Church, consecration crosses in, xlviii. 463 
Kdington, William de, bishop of Winchester, xxv. 

124; xlvii. 144 
Edingtune, Kent, viii. 235 
Edis, xxiii. 25!) 
Edith, saint, pillows belonging to, preserved at 

St. Paul's, London, 1. 415, 471 
Edkins, William, xlv. 299 
Edlibac, Gerold, xxxix. 371 
Kdlington, Christian, xl. 3UW 

William, xl. 308 
Edmere, vi. 295 
Edmonds, C. W., xxxii. 312 

John, xxxvii. 205 

Mary, xxviii. 204 

Mr., xxxiv. 142 ; xxxv. 322 

Sir Thomas, xxi. 150, 155 ; xxvii. 309 ; 
xxxviii. 241, 242 

Thomas, xii. 383 ; xxvii. 221 
Kdmondson, Joseph, iii. 28 
Edmund, king, see Kadmund 
Edmund, king of Xorthumbria, xxv. 289 
Edmund, saint, king and martyr, i. 171 (a) (b), 
190 (c), 172 (a) (6), 191 (c); ii. 78; xv. 
400; xix. 303; xxx. 63 

Images of, in Henry VII.'s chapel at West 
minster, xlvii. 365, 369, 374, 378 



238 



EDM-EDW 



Kdmund continued 

Legend of, painted at Woodstock, iii. 187 
Painting of, xlix. -50 
Edmund Ironside, king, i. 171 (a) (fc), 190 (f) ; 

xxv. 4 
Battles between him and Cnut, RICHAKP 

Wn.i.is on, viii. 10(5 
Ednoth, bishoj) of Dorchester, bones of, discovered 

at Elv, ii. !<>"> 
Kdomites, ii. 242 
Edred, see Eadrcd 
Edric. viii. 107 ; xi. 259 ; xxx. 219, 111 

Surnamed Silvaticus, iii. 4 
Edrich, Nicholas, xxxvii. 27.'5 
Edrow, a name for the Mersey, iii. 23(5 
Edstone, Yorkshire, dial at, .xxxiii. '21 
Education, low state of, in thirteenth century, 

xlvii. 4, .") 

Kdulnebrnpge, manor of, Kent, .\.\ix. 17S 
Edulphi. Simon, xlv. 4<!d 

Edward tin- Confessor, king, i. 17:5 () (b), 192 
(cl; iii. ii : xvii. 312; xxv. .'{2S ; xxvi. 
41. 2."iii : xxxvii. 427 
Buildings of, at Westminster, 1. ."> 
Charter of, to Malmesbury, xxxvii. 2(59 
Fiirure of, as jiatron saint, in painting at 

Wilton house, xlix. 2.10 
Franciscan convent at Bordeaux, dedicated 

to. i. To (a) (M, Ni (c) 
His touching for the evil. i. 1(51 (() (I,), 17H 

(<). 102 (,i) (b), IMJ (c) 

Images of, in Henry VII. 's chapel at West- 
minster, xlvii. 365, 3(J9 
Inscription on, i. 32 () (b), 3.j (c) 
Laws of, viii. 2:$ 
Legend of, painted in Westminster abbey, 

iii. 188 
Ring of. history of, painted in the Tower of 

London and at Winchester, iii. 187 
Seal of, xviii. 19 
Shrine of, xxix. 187 
Tomb of, opened, iii. 390 

GEORGE VERTCE on, i. 32 (o) (6), 35 (c) 
Edward the elder, king, see Eadward 



Edward I., king, xi. 395 ; xvii. 301 ; xxviii. 241, 
242, 243 ; xxix. 168, 169, 175, 186 ; 
xxxi. 220 ; xl. 425, 441 
Body of, account of, by SIR JOSEPH AYLOKFK, 

iii. 376 

Burial of, xlvi. 320 
Burial of heart of, xxix. 186 
Called the English Justinian, iii. 398 
Cere-cloth on body renewed, iii. 398 
Charter of, to Winchester, xlix. 215 
Coronation of, iii. 394 
Criminal law, administration of, in reign of, 

xl. 89 

Death of, iii. 391 

Expenses of, at Rhuddlan castle, xvi. 32 
Household book of, extracts from, xv. 350 
Indulgence for praying for the soul of, iii. 

398 

Narrative of progress of, in invasion of Scot- 
land ( 129(5), xxi. 478 ; xxii. 424 
Ordered his heart to be sent to Holy Land, 

iii. :i7<), 39(5 
Residence of, at King's Langloy, Herts., 

xlvi. 299 
Scenes from the life of, painted in the bishop's 

palace at Lichlield, iii. 188 
Wardrobe accounts of, xlviii. 281 

Quoted. 1. 17(i 

Wound of, cured by queen Eleanor, xlvii. 2(50 
Writs of, to chief justice of Chester and 

bishop of Carlisle on marriage of his 

eldest daughter, xv. 347 
Edward II., king, xxvii. 274; xxviii. 246, 247, 

248, 253, 257 

At Bockinfold, i. 326 (a), 328 (6), 351 (c) 
Charter of, to Kingston-upon-Hull, i. 145 

(a) (6), 159 (c) 

To Winchester, xlix. 215 
Coronation roll of, iii. 394 
Death and burial of, 1. 215 
Residence of, at King's Langley, Herts., xlvi. 

300 

Touching the sick, xxvi. 319 
Wardrobe accounts of, xxvi. 318 ; xlviii. 283 



EDW 



239 






Edward III., king, xxi. 546; xxviii. 254, 379; 
xxxi. 104, 116, 510; xxxii. 383, 384; xxxv. 
453, 456, 459 
Armour of, xi. 102 
Campaign of (1346), xxviii. 171 
Charter of, to Winchester, xlix. 215 
Death of, historical relation concerning, 

xxii. 204 

Elegy on, xviii. 22 
Figure of, in painting at St. Stephen's, 

Westminster, xlix. 250 
First noble of, SAMUEL PEUGE on, iii. 316 
Gold nobles of, found at Westbuiy, Wilts., 

xlvii. 138, 146, 150 
Mottoes of, xxxi. 122 
Navy of, vi. 213 ; xi. 156 
Plate belonging to, xxxi. 353 
Residence of, at King's Langley, Herts., xlvi. 

303 . 

Seal of, xiv. 271 ; xxvi. 461 
Seizure of alien priories by, 1. 254, 256 
Sword of, at Westminster abbey, iv. 120 
Transactions of, with Italian money-lenders, 

xxviii. 254 

Wardrobe accounts of, xxxi. 5, 163, 373 
Edward IV., king, xii. 404; xxvi. 265, 266, 285 
Account of burial of, by THOMAS ASTLE, i. 

348 (a), 350 (6), 375 (c) 
Armour of, xi. 102 
Charter of, to Winchester, xlix. 215 
Collar and badges of, xxxix. 266 
. Inaccuracies in accounts of, xlvii. 265 

Letter of, to inhabitants of Bruges, xxi. 23 

To his father, xvii. 224 

To Thomas Stoner, xvi. 1 
Marriage of, account of, xxix. 133 
Navy of, xi. 156 

Poems, political, of his reign, xxix. 318 
Portrait of, xxii. 448 
Portraits of family of, iii. 190 
Reign of, events during, JAMES ORCHARD 

HALUWELL on, xxix. 127 
Second invasion of England by, account of, 

xxi. 11 



Edward IV. continued 

Sermon on the succession of, xxix. 127 

Song on the entry into London of, xxix. 130 
Edward V., king, xxvi. 277 

Document signed by, xxx. 545 

Murder of, i. 361 (a), 364 (fc), 389 (r) ; 

ii. 199 

Edward VI., king, iii. 190; xviii. 177, 182; 
xxiii. 23 

Account for burial of, xii. 334 

Crown of, delivered to Commonwealth trus- 
tees, xlviii. 217 

Extracts from Privy Council books during 
reign of, xviii. 130 

Injunctions of (1546), xii. 356 

Letter of, to Stephen Gardiner, xviii. 138 

Navy of, xi. 158 

Paper in handwriting of, xviii. 73 

Portraits of, xxxix. 19, 44 ; xl. 72 

Procession of, from the Tower to West- 
minster, picture of, iii. 241 ; viii. 
406 
Edward, Robert, xxxvii. 293 

Thomas, xxxix. 24 
Edwardes, George, xii. 373 

John, xxv. 340 
Edwards, E., xxxix. 458 

Kdward, xv. 401 

George, xxxvii. 211 

James, ix. 106 

Mr., xv. 227 

William, iii. 114; xvii. 48 
Edwardstow, see Netley 
Edwin the Saxon, vi. 51 
Edwin, earl of Mercia, iv. 123 
Edwin, king of Northumbria, i. 173 (a) (b), 192 
(c), 225 (a), 227 (6), 247 (c) ; xiii. 292; 
xxv. 285; xxxii. 249, 250, 251 

Baptised at York, i. 170 (a) (6), 189 (c) 
Edwin, Saint, iv. 65 
Edwy, king, see Eadwy 
Edwy, son of Beornege, xxx. 221 
Edwy, William, xxxvii. 276 
Edwyke, Christina, xl. 443 



240 



EDY EFF 



Edy-Garston, name of land in Oxfordshire, 

xxxiii. '270 

Edyndon, manor of, Oxfordshire, ii. 328 
Edyngton, Adam van, xxvii. 170 
Eels, a bind of, xv. 357 

Basket used for catching, 1. 374 

(Conger), remains of, from Cirsar's camp, 

xlvii. 455, 456, 459 
Tenure by furnishing 1 , viii. .'530 
Effigies, sepalchral, cross-legged not necessarily 
knights templars or crusaders, ii. '294 ; 
xxxi. 2l?i 

Female, xlviii. lt!3. 1(54 
French, drawings of, in Bodleian library, 

xxxi. 273 
Skeleton, ii. 3no 

Wooden, list of, in England, xlvi. 271* 
Of Albini. Isabel de, xxxii. 3! Mi 
Allesley, Geoffrey, xxxi. 2l>9 
Anne of Bohemia, (jiieen of Richard II.. 

xxix. ts 

Bardolph. Sir Hugh, xlvi. '280 
Barwirk. .lolin, xxxi. '273, 498 
Beaufort, Raimond, count of, xxxi. 

4; 

Bitton. Sir Walter de. xxxi. 2liS, 2~n 
Hois. Sir H. du. .xlvi. 2SO 
liorard. Simon de, xlvi. 279 
Braose, Reginald de, xlvi. 279 
Brereton, Williiim. xxxiii. 78 
Hush. Paul, bishop of Bristol, ii. 300 
Bnsteler. Sir Robert, xlvi. 279 
Cantilnpe, George, lord, xlvi. 280 
C'herowin, John, xxxi. 272 
Claget, Robert, ii. 300 
Combcmartin, Sir William, xlvi. 280 

Compton ( ), xliii. 70 

Compton, Sir William, xliii. 68 
Cornard, Sir John, xlvi. 280 
Cradock, Sir Matthew, xxxii. 448 

Culpeper ( ), Sir, xlvi. 279 

Dacre. Thomas, lord, xlii. 290 
Drenx, Peter de, earl of Richmond, 
xviii. 187 



Effigies continued 

Of Dreux, Robert de, count of, xxxi. 274 

Eleanor of Castile, queen of Edward I., 
xxix. 188 

Fen wick ( ), v. 166 

Frampton, Adam de, xxxi. 272 
Gascoigne, Sir William, vi. 334 
Gayton, Sir Philip, xlvi. 280 
Gislebertus, abbot, xlvii. 177 
Hat-sick, Sir R., xlvi. 280 

Hauteville, Sir ( ), xlvi. 280 

Heath, John, xlvi. 279 
Henry V., xlvi. 280 
Henry VII., xlvii. 377 
Heveningham, Sir John, xlvi. 280 
Hungerford, Sir Robert, ii. 296 
Irevs, Mabiote, xxxi. 2(59 
Jones, Andrew, xxxi. 273 
Keynes, Hawyse do, xlvi. 280 
Lacy, Henry de, earl of Lincoln, ii. 234 
Latymer, Sir Thomas le, xlvi. 281) 
Laurence, abbot of Selby, xxxi. 273 
La we, John, xxxi. 273 
Low, Sir Philip le, xlvi. 280 
Magnaville, Geoffrey de, xxv. 2l>2, 269 

William de, i. 48 (a) (b), 53 (c) 
Marshall, Gilbert, ii. 294 

William, ii. 294 

Mavesyn, Sir Robert de, xxxi. 272 
Messing, William de, xlvi. '279 
Morley, Sir Robert de, xxxi. 238, 218 
Pateshull, Sir John de, xlvi.,280 
Paveley, Sir Laurence de, xlvi. 280 
Peckham, John, archbishop of Canter- 
bury, xlvi. 279 

Pickford, Sir John dc, xlvi. 280 
Plantagenet, Edmund, earl of Lancaster, 

ii. 294 
Pole, Michael de la, earl of Suffolk, xlvi. 

280 

Poley, William, xlvi. 280 
Ratcliffe, Stephen de, xlvi. 280 
Reynes, Ralph de, xlvi. 279 
Richard I., xxix. 202, 204, 206, 208 



EFF-EGY 



241 



Effigies continued 

Of Richard II., xxix. 32 

Robert, duke of Normandy, ii. 294 ; xlvi. 

279 

Roos, Robert de, xxxii. 396 
Savile, Sir John, xlvi. 280 
Sforza, Bona, queen of Poland, xxxiv. 18 
Shepey, John de, bishop of Rochester, 

xxv. 122 

Stowford, John de, xlvi. 279 
Tounesend, Alice, xxxix. 179 

Sir Robert, xxxix. 179 
Tracey, William de, xxxi. 272 
Troylli, Sir Walter de, xlvi. 280 
Valence, Aymer de, xlix. 263 

William de, xlvi. 280 
Yerney, Sir Ralph, xlvi. 302 
Yillcrs, William, xxxi. 272 
Wake, Sir Baldwin, xlvi. 27!) 
Westmoreland, earl of, xlvi. 279 
Wydeville, Sir John de, xxxi. 272 
Effigy, wax, on hearse, xxii. 381 
Egbert, archbishop of York, xxv. 249 ; xxvi. 

346 
Egbert, king, iv. 51, 65 ; xix. 304, 305 ; xxxii. 

252 

In North Wales, iv. 53 
Lived at the court of Charles the Great, 

iv. 63 
Egbert, king of Northumbria, xix. 110, 113; xxv. 

287 

Egburhab, Thomas, xiii. 149 
Egbury castle, Buckinghamshire, i. 57 (a) (t), 

63 (c) 

Egdafylke, Norway, xliii. 103 
Egeblank, Peter de, bishop of Hereford, burial 

of heart of, xviii. 189 
Monument of, at Aqua-Bella, Savoy, xviii. 

188 

Egede, Luke le, xxxvii. 273 
Egelesthrip, ii. 113 
Egelsin, abbot of saint Augustine's, Canterbury, 

xvii. 35 
Egerton hall, Cheshire, bracelets from, xxvii. 401 






Egerton, David de, xxxiii. 57, 61 
Elena de, xxxiii. 57 

Sir John, xli. 229 

Sir Philip, xxxix. 507 

Sir Philip Malpas de Grey, exhibits gold 

bracelets found near Egerton hull, 

Cheshire, xxvii. 400 
Philip de, xxxiii. 61 
Sir Richard, xxxiii. 75 
Sir Thomas, xiv. 32 ; xv. 131 ; xxxiii. 7!' ; 

xxxv. 19, 36!); xxx vi. IIS 
Thomas, lord Ellcsmerc, xv. 75 

Signature of, xv. 130 
Kgfrid. king, ix. 50; x. 220, 22!.) 
Egg, of gold, xxxviii. 369 

(Birds), from Ctvsar's camp. Folkestone, xlvii. 

456 
Gryphon connected with, xlviii. 361 

EsreinErton, Derbyshire, vii. 76 
/ 

En'gli'.stield. Christopher, xxxviii. 45 ; xxxix. 27 

Egtjlesl'ord. Devonshire, iii. 20 

Egliam, Surrey, xv. iNi; xxv. 35 

Kgidio of \ iterbo, cardinal, seal of, 1. 124, 127 

Kgiptioncs. xt-c Gypsies 

Egleton, Rutland, font bowl found at, xlvii. 17.'! 

Eglwys Islan, Wales, ii. U), 11 

Egremont, barony of, iii. 2!'7 

Egremont, earl of, st j c Percy, Thomas 

Egremony, the herb, xxx. 388 

Egrette, a kind of heron, ii. 173, 174; xiii. 341, 

385 

Egton, Yorkshire, xxii. 131 
Egwin, saint, xvii. 278 
Egwina, xxv. 288 
Egylfered, Elizabeth, xxxviii. 50 
Egypt, abundance of gold in, xxxiv. 385 

Coptic and other papyri from, xxxix. 447 

Fylfot pattern of ornamentation unknown 
in, xlvii. 159 

Gothic architecture in, xvii. 29 

Key-pattern in, xlvii. 160 

Nitre-pits of, xlvi. 81 

Said to have been settled by Misraim, i. 
52 (a) (6), 58 (c) 
2i 



242 



EGY-ELE 



Egyptian alphabet, xviii. 72 

Antiquities, W. E. ROUSE BOCGHTON on, 

xviii. 59 

Architecture, iv. 228 
Calendar, antiquity of, xlvii. 466 
Colony at Athens, FKKDERICK SAMUEL 

SCHMIDT on, i. 238 (a), 240 (6), 260 (c) 
Engraved copper plate, xiii. 408 
Funeral ritual, xlvii. 351 
Glass, manufacture of, xlvi. 80, 84, 86 
Heads, xxxiv. 4!> ; xlvi. 149 
Decay of, xlvi. 6S, 72, !>9, 1UO, 101, 122 
Vases, xlvi. 81 

Hieroglyphics, xviii. 7'2; xxxix. 471 
Music, iv. 2:5Ci 
Obelisks and European monoliths compared, 

\lviii. 421 

K. j.resentati.in of the gryphon, xlviii. :i<Il 
Ritual of (lie dead, soul-weighing repre- 
sented in. xlix. 20S, 210 
Svinliol of Chi-Rho, xlviii. 21.'! 

Of the Nile, xlviii. 2'X, 
Tablets of the Ptolemaic period, SAMU:I, 

BIIXII on, xxxix. .'{!.") 
Toinl) in Itritinh museum, SA.MI 1:1, Biurn on. 

xxix. Ill 

Zodiacal signs, xlvii. 3H 
Egyptians, practised circumcision, iv. 2^1* 
(iipsies so called, xlvi. li'S 
()n the wisdom of the, iv. 212 
Egyptius, Mathacus. ix. 18t! 
Ehaum. (iax.o de, i. 18(1 (a), 17!> (/<), 199 (c) 
Ehensidc Tarn, Cumberland, discoveries in, H. 

I). I)AI:I;ISIIII:K on, xliv. 27:5 
Eia, Middlesex, manor of, xxvi. 233, 234, 23.5, 

241 

Eidumania, river (Ptolemy), xlviii. 388 
Eigg, Scotland, island of, Viking sword found in, 

i. 535 

Eight-men, a council for parish government, 

xlvi. 222 

Eileford, William de, xxxix. 443 
Eileithyia, xxxiv. 375, 379 
Eingrone, Walter de, xxxix. 443 
Einion, xiv. 220 



Eirekr, xiv. 115 
Eirik, xiv. 115 
Eisleos, xxiii. 259 
Ekard, xiv. 115; xix. 382 

Mentioned on inscription on font at Bride- 
kirk, Cumberland, ii. 132 
Ekering, Nottinghamshire, manor of, xl. 469 
Ekleston, John, xxiv. 299 

Ekont ( ), xxxix. 443 

Elagabalus, i. 75 (a) (6), 84 (c) ; viii. 307, 315; 
xli. 284, 295 

Inscription probably referring to, xlvi. 7 
Elanstalker, Scotland, x. 102 
El Assasif, Egypt, gate of temple at, xxxv. 148 
Elba, island of, xxiii. 262 
Elberke, Kgypt, canal of, xxi. 398 
El Bershal, Egypt, tablet from, xxxv. 163 
Elbcrton, Gloucestershire, xix. 163 
Klda, a stream, xxxvi. 130 
Kldernell, Cambridgeshire, xxiii. 369 
Elder-tree, dwarf, xxv. 4 
Eldin, Richard, xii. 395 
lading, small sticks for fuel, 1. 378, 380 
Kldon, Durham, x. Gl 
Kldrcd, John, monument of, xv. 403 

Kevett, xv. 404 

Thomas, xv. 402 
Eldret, i[r., xliii. 120 

Eleanor of Castile, queen of Edward I., JOSKPH 
Hi'.vrat on the death of, xxix. 167 

Bowels of, buried at Lincoln, xxix. 175, 185 

Heart of, buried in church of Friars Preachers 
in London, xxix. 171, 177, 186 

Legend of her sucking the wound of Ed- 
ward I., xlvii. 260 

Monument of, at Lincoln, xxix. 185 

Protected the Sac Friars, iii. 129 
Eleanor of Provence, queen of Henry III., burial 

of heart of, xxix. 186 
Eleanor Crosses, list of, xxix. 172 
Eleath, xiv. 217 
Eleazar, xxi. 123 
Eledemos, xxiii. 259 
Eleham, xiv. 429 
Elembon, Guy de, xxxi. 227 






ELE-ELI 



243 



Element, the, i. e. the air, xxiii. 31 
Elenfoat, x. 140 
Elenos, xxiii. 259 
Elephant, the, xxvi. 65 

A chess-man, xxiv. 228 

Bronze figure of, found at Toddington, Bed- 
fordshire, xxviii. 434 
Pillar support in Italian churches, 1. 410 

Russian and Swedish name for the chess- 
bishop, xi. 404, 408 

Sculptured on stones in Scotland, 1. 292 
Elephanta, India, caves of, vii. 286, 323 

HECTOR MACNEH, on, viii. 251 
Elephantina, temple in the isle of, xlvii. 4G8 
Elephantine, iv. 230 
Eleusinian mysteries, the scallop shell a symbol 

of, xlii. 322 

Eleutherius, bishop of Winchester, iv . 65 
Eleutherus, pope, xxxiii. 309, 313, 316 
Elfgiva, wife of Cnut, ii. 186 

Branding the face of, xlvii. 369 
Elford, Robert de, xxxiii. 27 

Elfs arrows, flint arrow heads so called in Scot- 
land, ii. 119 
Elfstan, bishop of London, x. 238 

Bishop of Rochester, ii. 78 ; see also Aelfstan 
Elfstones, monuments so called, xlvi. 184 
Elf wold, king of Northumbria, xxv. 286 
Elgar, James, xxxvi. 177 

John, xxxvi. 177, 179 

Robert, xxv. 546 
Elgin, Scotland, xxi. 489 

Sculptured stone at, xxii. 55 
Elham, Kent, glass beads from, xlv. 302 
Elijah, saint, attributes of, derived from Slavs, 

xlix. 32 

Eling, Henry de, xii. 213 
Elingham, Norfolk, viii. 234 
Elingham, William de, ix. 153 
Eliot, Sir John, xxxviii. 240, 242 

Thomas, xxxvii. 225 
Elis, Greece, i. 50 (a) (6), 55 (c) 

Temple at, xvii. 70 
Elis, Martin, xliii. 167 



Elizabeth, queen of Edward IV., chantry of, in 

Westminster abbey, xlvii. 366 
Elizabeth, queen of Henry VII., directions for 
receiving her body by the lord mayor of 
London, xxxii. 126 
Figure of, in painting of St. George and the 

Dragon, xlix. 243, 282 

Elizabeth, queen, xix. 287 ; xxv. 589 ; xxvii. 35 ; 
xxxi. 495 ; xxxiii. 14, 91, 210 ; xxxiv. 158 
At Eltliam, xxxiv. 57, 61 
At Greenwich in 1572, i. 7 (a) (b), 8 (c) 
Autograph of, xxix. 396 
Bed-chamber of, at Westminster, 1. 15 
Head of, on a gem, xlv. 16, 17 
Household expenses of, xii. 81 
Instructions of, to earl of Bedford in 1574, 

xxxv. 350, 351, 357 

InstructioTis of, to residents in Scotland on 
arrival of news of massacre of saint 
Bartholomew, xxii. 323 
Letters of, xviii. 269, 271 

To Dr. Dale, ambassador in France. 

xxviii. 393 

To the carl of Warwick, xiii. 201 
To the emperor of Cathay, xxix. .'591 
To James VI. of Scotland, xix. 11 ; 

xxxiv. 194 
Magic in reign of, documents relating to, xl. 

389 

Navy of, xi. 1 69 
New-years' gifts to and from, i. 9 (a) (4), 

11 (c) 
Papers relating to crown jewels and plate 

of, xlviii. 204 

Political pamphlets of her reign, xlvii. 209 
Proclamation of, on scarcity of grain, xiv. 
27 ; xxxii. 410 
Regarding portraits, ii. 169 
Proposed marriage of, papers relating to, 

xxxv. 202 
Remarks of, to those who pressed her to name 

a successor to the crown, xviii. 240 
Residence of, at the Tower, xxxvii. 479 
At Shene, xlix. 292 
2 I 2 



244 



ELI-ELL 



Eli zabeth cont in ued 

Visit to Gorhambury, xxxvi. 340, 342, 345 
Writs of privy seal of, xvi. 91 
Elizabeth, queen of Bohemia, autograph of, 

xxxvii. 225 

Letters of, xxi. 474 ; xxxvii. 224; xxxix. 143 
Marriage of, xxxix. 144 

Wan-ant of James I. for apparel for, 

xxvi. 380 

Portraits of her children, xxxix. 461 
Elizabeth of Hungary, medal o", xviii. 432 
Elizabeth, saint, xlvii. 373 
Kli/e. Philip, xxxiii. 1!>S 
Kike, a bird, xiii. 368, 3S<> 
Tht' vexv t ree, vii. 55 
Klkstone, Gloucestershire, church, Agnus Dei in, 

xlvii. 17n 

Consecration cross in, xlviii. 462 
Kiln. x. tin ; xxxii. 247 
Klla-lmrrow. Lancashire, .vxxi. 452 
Ki i A< i'\n;i . HIAKY THOMAS, on tombs in Bitton 

church, Gloucestershire, xxii. 437 
On liricf relating to tower of Kcynshani 

church. Somersetshire, xxxii. 4 !"> 
On l)roiixi' tori|ucs from Wraxall, Somerset- 
shire, XXX. ~l-l 
On monumental brass of bishop Hallum at 

Constance, xxx. 430 
Elland. Yorkshire, xxxii. 18 
Klland, William de, xxvii. 283 
Ellenborough, Cumberland, iii. 110; x. llS 
Gold object from, ii. 58 

Roman altar from, i.309 (), 311 (I,), 333 (f) 
Roman remains found at, ERASMUS HEAD on, 

ii. 54 

Roman sculpture found at, x. 140, 142 
Ellenborough hall, see Nether hall 
Ellersal, John, xl. 238 
Elleseieh, Egypt, tablet at, xxxv. 1G3 
Ellesmere, Shropshire, xii. 89 
Ellesmere, lord, see Egerton, Thomas 
Ellinsworth, Lettice, xxxiv. 206 
Elliot, Mr., 11. 133 

Robert, xxxi. 483 



Ellis, Anthony, xi. 29 
ELLIS, SIR HENRY, xiii. 149 

On an extract from Hardyng's Chronicle, xvi. 

139 
On a register of the sanctuary of St. John of 

Beverley, xvii. 198 
On the state of Norham castle, temp. Henry 

VIII., xvii. 201 
On a letter of Edward IV. to his father, xvii. 

224 

On badges of house of York, xvii. 226 
On letters of Henry VIII., cardinal Wolsey, 

and Jane, lady Rochford, xvii. 275 
On ancient methods of conveyance in Eng- 
land, xvii. 311 

On the use of seals in England, xviii. 12 
On a tract printed by Richard Pynson con- 
cerning espousals of Mary, daughter of 

Henry VII., with Charles, prince of 

Castile, xviii. 33 
On a letter of cardinal Wolsey to bishop 

Gardiner, xviii. 57 
On a paper in the handwriting of Edward 

VI., xviii. 73 
On a letter of archbishop Cranmer relating 

to queen Katherine of Aragon und queen 

Anne Boleyn, xviii. 77 
On extracts from the proceedings of the 

Privy Council, 1545 1558, xviii. 126 
On queen Elizabeth's remarks to those who 

pressed her to name a successor to the 

crown, xviii. 240 
On letters of lady Jane Grey and queen 

Elizabeth, xviii. 269 
On regulations for the government of the 

Tower of London, tump. Richard II., 

xviii. 275 
On Sir Martin Frobisher's instructions when 

going to Cathay, xviii. 287 
On an account of charges of prisoners in 

the Tower of London, temp. Henry VIII., 

xviii. 294 
On an order of cardinal Wolsey on the affairs 

of the earl of Oxford, xix. 62 



ELL 



245 



Ellis continued 

Exhibits a seal of Shrewsbury abbey, xx. 
576 

On the seal of Geoffrey, bishop of Lincoln, 
xxi. 31 

On a project for building a house of cor- 
rection in Westminster 1561, xxi. 450 

On a plan of Sir Humphrey Gilbert for 
establishing a London academy, xxi. 
506 

On Sennanus' bell, xxi. 559 

On the household book of James V. of Scot- 
land, xxii. 1 

On Sir Gilbert Talbot's narrative of the 
earl of Sandwich's attempt on Berghen 
1665, xxii. 33 

On a memoir upon the king's jewel-house by 
Sir Gilbert Talbot, xxii. 114 

On a tract illustrative of the topography of 
the borders of Scotland 1590, xxii. 161 

On a bronze bracelet found near Altyre, 
Morayshire, xxii. 285 

On instructions of queen Elizabeth to Henry 
Killcgrew, resident in Scotland, on the 
arrival of the news of the massacre of 
saint Bartholomew 1572, xxii. 323 

On the office of ragler in Cardiganshire, xxii. 
330 

On a tract of the time of James I. on new 
buildings near to London, xxiii. 120 

On letters to William Morice, xxiv. 137 

On drawings of the French attack 011 
Brighton, 1545, and battle of Saint 
Etienne, 1589, xxiv. 292, 298 

On Caedmon's Metrical Paraphrase of Scrip- 
ture History, xxiv. 329 

On an Anglo-Saxon seal from Winchester, 
xxiv. 359 

On papers relating to the management of 
literature by printers and stationers in 
the reign of Elizabeth, xxv. 100 

Exhibits casts of seals of William I., xxv. 
616 

Exhibits casts of seals, xxv. 617, 619 






Ellis continued 

On a description of the province of Con- 
naught, 1612, xxvii. 124 
Exhibits cast of a seal of Richard do Bury, 

bishop of Durham, xxvii. 401 
Exhibits a plan of the Roman road from 

London to Bath, xxvii. 412 
Exhibits a drawing of the town of Carrick- 

fergus, 1612, xxvii. 421 
Exhibits a drawing of the siege of Therou- 

enne, 155-'], xxvii. 224 
On a scheme for establishing a mount of 

piety in England, xxix. 275 
On the treaty of queen Elizabeth with the 

grand signior, xxix. 423 
On a letter of queen Kli/abeth to emperor of 

Cathay, xxix. :!!l 
On transcripts of three papers in the British 

museum, xxxi. 3S5 
On the examination of Thomas lletli, Jesuit, 

1.">6S, xxxi. 4( '>! 
On a viatorium of the time of queen Eli/a- 

beth, xxxi. 4S 1 
On a gold ornament, found at Mundcsley, 

Norfolk, xxxii. 64 
On an historical document printed l>y 

Machlinia, xxxii. 325 
On a memoir on putting the I'oives in order 

to resist invasion, 15S7, xxxii. 373 
Exhibits a seal of Richard 1'lantagenet, earl 

of Cornwall, xxxii. 408 
On a submerged city in Pomcrania, xxxii. 

419 
On the seal of Coenwlf, king of Mercia, xxxii. 

449 
On gold torques from Xcedlewood Forest, 

Staffordshire, xxxiii. 175 
On two letters relating to the Spanish 

Armada, xxxiii. 279 
On letters of Sir Thomas Elyot, xxxiii. 

351 

Exhibits seals, xxxiii. 351 
On the nuptial ring of Mary, queen of Scots, 

xxxiii. 354 



246 



ELL-ELT 



Ellis continued 

On English naval expeditions from 1588 to 

1603, xxxiv. 296 
On frnit trenchers, xxxiv. 228 
Exhibits a Saxon inscription from Dewsbnry, 

Yorkshire, xxxiv. 437 
On the seal of Margaret, queen of Edward 

I., xxxiv. 443 
On the seal of cardinal Beaufort, xxxiv. 

443 
On papers relating to proposed marriage of 

queen Eli /.abet h with tliu brother of the 

emperor, xxxv. 2l)2 
On letters of Nehemiali Warton, an oflicer in 

the army of the earl of Essex, in 1042, 

xxxv. 310 
On the early history of the lords lieutenants 

of counties, xxxv. 350 

(In a M-al of Henry VIII., xxxv. 490 

On seal-, of Richard and William cle Hunict, 

xxxv. 49:> 
On Kn<r!i>h nuns settled at Louvain, xxxvi. 

71 

On the boat which gave Peter the Great the ! 
first thought of building the Russian 
fleet, xxxvi. 332 

On Sir William Swan's narrative of a 
journey to Dresden in 107S, xxxvii. 
147 
On relation of lord Faucon berg's embassy to 

Italy in 1009, xxxvii. 158 
On lord Coningsby's account of political 

parties, temp, queen Anne, xxxviii. 1 
Ellis, Nicholas, xii. 392 

ELMS, J{. S., on the latter years of .lames 
Hepburn, earl of Bothwell, xxxviii. 
308 

Ellison, Richard, xiv. 273 
Ellm, John ap, xliii. 230 
Ellott, William, xxxiv. 64 
Ellwold, John, xxv. 534 
Ellyat, Edward, xxxiv. 56, 58 
Ellyott, George, xiii. 86 
James, xv. 8 



Ellyott, Julian, xv. 8 

Elm, the, introduction into England, xliii. 327 

Dutch, x. 430 

Whett's, or Wyatt's, xxxiv. 57 
Elm, Thomas de, ix. 151 

Elmacin ( ), vii. 2 

Elmer, prior of Canterbury, xv. 299 

Elmcrugge, Adam de, xxxix. 443 

Elmes, Mr., xxxvi. 39 

Elmeswell, Suffolk, font at, x. 194 

Elmham, Norfolk, viii. 234 ; xii. 135 ; xx. 480, 

481 ; xxiii. 365 
Elmham, Edmund de, xxxi. 88 

Sir William, xx. 65 
Elmore, Gloucestershire, xxxi. 273 
Elmslcy, John, xii. 384 
Eloi, saint, viii. 185; ix. 288; xlvii. 374 

Miracle of, sculptures representing, xxiii. 

428 

Hlora, Iloura, India, temple at, vii. 331 
Elphee, Mr., xx. 554 

Hlphyn, name for a bishop at chess, ix. 37 
Elred, king of Northnmbria, xxv. 287 
Elrington, Edward, xii. 388 
Elsdon, Northumberland, bronze axe from, xlv. 

:{71 

Elsen, river, xiii. 4 
Elshew, Henry, xxxv. 447 
Klsing, Norfolk, font at, xvi. 336 

Equestrian figure of saint George and the 
Dragon, from monumental brass at, 
xlix. 202 

Elstan, sec Alhstan 

Elstanwick, Yorks, manor of, xlv. 124 
Elstob, Durham, x. 61 

Elstob, Elizabeth, i. xxvi (a), xxvii (6) (c), 337 
(a), 339 (6), 302 (c) 

Ralph, i. xxv (a), xxvi (b), xxvii (c) 

William, i. xxv (a), xxvi (b), xxvii (c), 337 

(a), 339 (b), 362 (c) 
Elstow, Beds., Benedictine nunnery at, xlvii. 49, 

51 

Elstnb, Wiltshire, hundred of, xxxvii. 265 
Eltenage xi. 259 



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247 



Eltham, Kent, viii. 220 ; xxxiv. 204 

Churchwardens' accounts of, xxxiv. 51 

Gold ring found at, xix. 409, 411 

James I. at, xxxiv. 65 

Jousts at, xxxi. 115 

Palace of, vi. 365, 370 ; viii. 413 
Hall of, vi. 366 

Plague at, xxxvii. 20 

Queen Elizabeth at, xxxiv. 57, 61 
Eltham, John of, see Plantagenet, John 
Elton, Aberdeenshire, i. 317 (a), 319 (b), 339 

00 

Elton, Durham, v. 198 ; x. Gl 
Elton, Robert, xii. 371 
Elvaston, Derbyshire, xii. 13 
Elvet, Durham, x. 60 
Elveton, xi. 432 
Elwick, Durham, x. 61 
Elwood, family of, xxii. 168, 170 
Elwyn, Thomas, xxv. 535 
Ely, Cambridgeshire, xxxvi. 21 

Account of discoveries at, by JAMES Bi:.\i IIA.M, 

ii. 364 

Bishopric of, ii. 336 

Cathedral, iv. 97 ; v. 365 ; xlii. 302 ; xliii. $7 
Capitals and mouldings in, xii. 165, 

167 ; xxxiii. 141 

Charter of king Edgar to, x. 220, 232 
Door in, plan of, xix. 367, 368 
Fabric rolls of, extracts from, ix. 151 
Gold tabula at, xxx. 147 
Masons' marks in, 1. 3 
Pavement in, x. 151 
Plan of, xix. 364, 368 
Sculpture at, xliv. 185 
Fair at, xix. 298 
Prior's chapel at, xiv. 105, 111, 112 ; xix. 

366, 368 

Priory, bricks used in, iv. 90 
Trinity church, plan of, xix. 366, 368 
Ely, isle of bronze vessel found in, xxviii. 436 
Silver shield found in, viii. 188 
Simon de Montfort in, ii. 283 
Vineyards in, i. 327 (a), 329 (i), 352 (c) 



Ely, bishops of, fee Balsham, Hugh do ; Barnett, 
John; Goodrich, Thomas; Grey, William; 
Hotham, John ; Longchamp, William ; 
Morton, John ; Nigel ; Norwold, Hugh ; 
Patrick, Symon 
Ely, Richard, xxx. 508 

Robert, xxx. 508, 509 

Elynton, chantry, foundation of, xxix. 177 
Elyott, Edward, xxxii. 436 

George, xxxvi. 38 

John, xxxvi. 38 

Richard, xii. 372 

Robert, xiii. 149; xxxvi. 40 

Sir Thomas, letters of, xxxiii. 352 

Thomas, xxxv. 337 

William, vii. 251 
Elys, Bartholomew, xxxii. 396 

John, xx. 21 

Robert, xlii. 4U2 

Thomas, xxxvii. 274 

Sir William, xlii. 402 

William, xxxvii. 276 
Elysian fields, lamps from, xxxi. 473 
Embalming, iii. 402 

Bodies of the Dalai Lama embalmed, ii. 23.' J 

In the seventeenth century, xliv. 3!IG 
Ember-days, xxiv. 54 

Kmbleton, Cumberland, sword found at, xlv. 252 
Embracery, the law of, xv. 396 
Embroidery, on church vestments (1402), 1. 45-i- ; 
(1466), I. 37, 38, 41 ; (1542), 1. 47 

Of Carlovingian period, ornamentation on, 

1. 289 
Embsay, Yorks., bronze collar from, xxxi. 517 ; 

xxxiv. 85 

Emelin, South Wales, xx. 16 
Emerald columns and statues made of glass, 

xlvi. 85 

Emeray, Roger, xl. 449,. 450 
Emey, xxvi. 401 
Emilia, xlii. 115 
Emirkhond, iii. 161 
Emma, queen, xxv. 399 

Ordeal of, xxxii. 273 



248 



EMM-ENG 



Emma, countess of Ghisnes, xxxi. 222, 224, 225, 
226, 228 

Emme, sanmine of juror at Tylton, Leicester- 
shire, xlvii. 109 

Emmy, uncle, sixteenth century, xlviii. 257 

Emmyth, Aleyn, xxv. 454 

Etnneth, Norfolk, xxxi. 270 

EtnoduR, xviii. 304 

Emond, John, xxiv. 314 

Empingham church, Rutlandshire, plan of, xix. 

306, 308 

Empiricus, Marcellus, ix. 230 

Kmplecton, iv. 97 

Kmpscti, Good wife, xlv. 78 

Kmpsoii, Sir Richard, xxv. 308, 372, 373; xli. 

380 

Kmrickr, Germany, xxxv. 8 
K'mrys, Welsh form of Ambrose, v. 140 
Knaincls, xxix. 70 

At IVstling, Kent, xxxi. 487 

On a bronze vessel from Bartlow, Kssex, 
xxvi. 3o3 ; xxxiii. 343 

Roman, found at South Shields, xlvi. 1(19 
Enamelled badge. Uymchureh, Kent, xxxi. 487 

With arms of Kdward the Confessor, 

xxxi. 40!) 
With arms of Montague, xxxi. 47(1 

Crucifixes, xxxi. olG 

Knceladus, on an ancient vase, xxiii. 233 
' Encheson," definition of, xlvii. 128 
Encisco, Martin Fernandez, xl. 10 
Enclosure of park lands, temp. Kdward III., xlvi. 

303 

Encrinites, found in graves, xlv. 306 
Kndlcss street, Salisbury, Wiltshire, ix. 378 
Kndovien, Christopher, xxxiv. 429 
Knemessar, xxxii. 176 
Enerwitz, Gisbcrt, xxriii. 32, 34 
Enestrode, Robert of, xxx. 228 

William of, xxx. 228 
Enfield, Middlesex, xli. 368 

Chace, vi. 86 

Garden at, xii. 188 

Plague at, vi. 86 



Enfield, Sir Bartholomew, xxvi. 344 
John de, xxvi. 335 ; 1. 217 
Robert de, xxxvi. 402 
Engadine Grisons, the, v. 269 
Engageants, see Costume 
Engelran, earl of Ponthieu; xxvi. 357 
Engelstate, Germany, Red Horse Inn at, xxxv. 204 
Engihoul, on the Mouse, cavern at, xxxix. 80 
Engis, near Liege, cavern at, xxxix. 79 
England, Brutus settled in, fable of, ii. 247 
Centurial stones found in, xlii. 151 
Described by Ncophytns, 13th century, xlvii. 

38 

Glass-making in, xlvi. 91, 98 
Kings of, illuminated roll of, xxxi. 495 
Map of, mentioned, showing the places of 

battle in wars of the Hoses, iii. 190 
Officers of the west wardenry of (1590), xxii. 

170 

Patron saints of, xxii. 109 
Englebei-d, Melchou, xxxix. 25 
Englcfield, Berkshire, xv. 183; xxviii. 450 
Englefield, Sir Francis, xviii. 155 
E.MiLKFiKU), SIK HKNKY CHAKI.KS, vii. 407; x. 186, 
472, 477; xi. 130; xiii. 2, 101; xv. 393; 
xxxvi. 188, 189 
Drawing of capital from St. Mary's abbey, 

York, ix. 372 
On Heading abbey, vi. 61 
On ancient buildings at York, vi. 104 
On Lincoln castle, vi. 370 
On antiquities found at Bath, x. 325 
On an ancient building at Southampton, xiv. 

84 
On sculptures and inscriptions in Romsey 

abbey, Hampshire, xiv. 141 
On Gothic architecture in Italy and Sicily, 

xv. 367 

Engleheart, Dillman, xxxii. 402 
Engleis, Sir Hugh de, xxv. 152 
Englewood Forest, see Inglewood Forest 
English conquest of Britain, evidence as to result 

of, xlviii. 36 
English, disloyalty of, xx. 154 






ENG EPI 



249 



English continued 

Language, founded on Cornish, xvi. 121 
WILLIAM DRAKE on, v. 379; ix. 332 
Use of, in monastic injunctions, xlvii. 

60 

Origin of Gothic architecture, xlvii. 43, 45 
Peasantry, condition of, during the Middle 

Ages, THOMAS WRIGHT on, xxx. 205 
English, Agnes, x. 85 
Ralph, xii. 357 
Robert, x. 70, 85 
Thomas, xlii. 9 

Englishman, William the, xliii. 81 
Engraving, invention of, viii. 244, 248 

Early, of St. George and the dragon with 
lamb, xlix. 266 

By Albert Dnrer, xlix. 270, 271 
Examples, preserved at Bari, 1. 413 
On glass, origin of, xlvi. 97 
Enguerrand, count of Ponthieu. xxvi. 350, 351, 

352, 356 

Enichmus, a precious stone, 1. 524 
Enkelados, xxiii. 259 
Ennis, co. Clare, Ireland, vii. 279 
Enniskey, island of, xxvii. 130 
Enniskillen, earl of, see Cole, William Wil- 

loughby 

Ennius, Quintus, xiv. 196, 197 
Enno, count, xii. 123 
Ennys, William, xxii. 177 
Enoch, prophecy of, i. 207 (a), 208 (i), 229 (r) 

Translation of, illumination of, xxiv. 340 
Enselyd, xxi. 259 
Enstone, Oxfordshire, hoar-stone at, xxv. 54 ; 

xxxvii. 433 ; xlii. 202 
Enten^a, xx. 78 
Entertaille, xvi. 124 
Entrails of victims on ancient vase, xxiii. 

223 

Entrecoit castle, xxi. 487 
Entuwysselle, Sir Bartram, xx. 522 
Envermeu, France, xxxvi. 130 

Merovingian cemetery at, WILLIAM MICHAEL 
WYLIE on, xxxv. 223 



Envermen continued 

Interment of a Prankish warrior at, L'Annt 

COCHET on, xxxvii. 102 

Eochuid, surnamed Aireamh, king in Ireland, 
introduced burial in graves dug in the 
ground, ii. 34 
Eode, Edward, xxxvii. 290 

William, xxxvii. 289 
Eogmor, meaning of, x. 351 
Eorl, the Saxon, sometimes called Dux, at others 

Comes, iv. 133 

Eostre, Anglo-Saxon Goddess, xliv. 199 
Moves, xix. 6<i 
Epauldrons, .-TC Arms 
Ephesus, xv. 319; xvii. 55 

Arch at. xv. 323 

Asylum (>!', abolished, viii. 7 

Bee represented on coinage of, xlviii. 21- 

1 [ecatesium at. .\i. !."> 

Silver shrines at, xi. I 1 

Stone miraculously raised at. xvii. <!_' 

Temple of Diana at, .I'>s];i'ii WINMIAM cm 
passage in IMiny relating to. vi. (17 
Tih I.MAS FAI.C(IM-:I: on, xi. 1 
Ephippium, ii. .">S 
Epiaromas. xxiii. 259 
Epicharmus, xiv. 199 
Epictelos, xxiii. 259 
Epidanros, see Epitaurum 
Epidium, Cape (Ptolemy), xlviii. 384 
Epiford, ii. 113; xi. 40 

Epigraphy, Pagan, use of "suns" in, xlvii. 2n> 
Epinaburgum, iii. 121 
Epirote princes claimed descent from Greek 

heroes, xlviii. 41 
Episcopal revenue, 1. 326 

Visitations, Lincoln, in 15th, 16th, and 17th 

centuries, xlviii. 249 
Episcopus puerorum, see Boy Bishop 
Episema, or emblems on shields, xxxii. 257, 260 
Epitaph, origin of the, xlviii. 165 
Epitaurum, antiquities of, xlviii. 1 

Bas-relief from, xlviii. 19 

Date of destruction of, xlviii. 27 
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250 



EPI-ESC 



Epitaurnm continued 
Name of, xlviii. 4 

To Narona, Roman roadway from, xlviii. 95 
To river Urina, ancient way from, xlviii. 94, 
104 

Epona, the goddess of horses, iii. 121 

Epoch, the Parthian, iii. 159 

Eppillus, coins of, xxxiii. 189 

Epsom, Surrey, ix. 1(13 

Epwortli. Lincolnshire, Carthusian monastery at, 



(,'huivh. nia/rr belonging to, 1. 1<>5 
Erasmus. x\i. 2'.il: xxv. 77; xxxviii. l.'il ; xxxix. 4 

1'. it-trails (if. xliv. [3.~> 
Erasmus. >;iint. xlvii. .'ilil>, 369 

I'iriiti-i- nf niarlyrdoni of, xv. 4< 15, 4U<> ; xxii. 

1 .-, ! 

Knit", tli'- muse, xxv i. HI 
Kratnstliciirs, iii. l (i ": xxiii. 2-V.l ; xlviii. 381 
K!-i-!iiiiL'l:i-::. l-'i-ancf. S'-pulrlires at, xli. 41S 
Krrol. llnvuKs. ii. 21-2 

Knl, meaning of, i. L'7J <<D. 271 (I,), 294 (r) 
l-.'rdars. fallows, xi'i. '':' I 
Krdlim-v. Lr'u-i-MiTshii-c, xxv. t- 
t'ii-ilc: ti. Mntis. dc. xxxix. 1 I.'! 
Krileswirkr. S^in|i-.n:i. i. ix (n) (1) (r), xvi (u). 

\vii ( '. ) (<) 

Ki-ch-M-n. France, xxv. link 2u7, 217 
l-in-ctlu'iis. kin- ,,f Athens, i. '217 (n), 2W (/-), 

Ii7n (r), -Jl* (</;, 'J.'iU (l>), 1271 (r) 
!-!rdiea. Manoi-1 (iodinlio de, xxxviii. 4o4 ; xliv. 

u:;::. -J^ 

I!fi'sl)ci-L'inn. xiii. ~> 
Krcsbv. liai-onv of. iii. 2!'!' 
I-'rewusli. a .stream, Nottinghamshire, xxv. 49 
Krfurtli, (lei-many, cannon cast at, xxviii. 383 
Krjundia. Sir Alan, xxvi. 341 

Sir John de, xxvi. 341 

I-h-gliam, Kalph, bishop of Salisbury, ix. 373 
Krgi Unguali, king of Tunjour, x. 457 
Eric, xiv. 115 

King of Xorthumbria, xxv. 288, 289, 290 

King of Sweden, xxiv. 263 
Kriilanu-. the constellation of, xxvi. 155 



Bridge Green, Sussex, mortar at, x. 472 
Erie, lake, America, glass bend from, xlv. 304 
Eriker, xiv. 115 

Erith, Kent, viii. 220; xlvii. 313 
Erkenwald, saint, shrine of at Saint Paul's, Lon- 
don, i. 25 (a) (6), 27 (c) ; 1. 444, 456, 469 
Erlington, Sussex, xlv. 147, 148 
Erlington, John, xxxvi. 407 

Robert, xxxvi. 407 
Erlsman, Mr., xiii. 102 
Ermengard, daughter of Robert, earl of An- 

vergne, xxvi. 353, 357 
Ermesthorp, Sir John, xx. 103 
Ermine Street, see Roads, Roman 
Ernaldi, W, xvii. 298 
Ernaldus, ix. 313; xxvii. 21 
Erncburga, v. 201 
Ernelly, Dyones, printer, xxv. 103 
Ernelcv, Sit- John, xxxiii. 349 

Margaret, brass of, xxxiii. 349 

William, xlv. 17(! 

Ernulph, abbot of Peterborough, xii. 157 
Erophullcs, xxiii. 259 
Eros, tei-ra-cotta figure of, xxxii. 442 

Roman bas-relief of from Blazui, xlix. 16 
Er]>iiighain. Sir Thomas, xx. 131, 215; xliii. 22(5 
lOrsi'dekcne, (icffcry de, xxxix. 'M-3 
Erskine, .lames, xxxiii. 15(J 

John. Karl of Marr, xxxi. 173 

William, xxxv. 339 

Ertingdene. Bartholomew de, xxxix. 443 
Erwr Uaer. xvi. 12t<, 129 
Erythraeans, ii. 242 
Eryx, Sicily, iii. 334 
Esar-1 Taddon, xxxii. 176, 180 
Esbruke, Robert, xxxiv. 52 
Esc, meaning of, x. 351 
Esc, son of Hengist, ii. 112 
Escales, France, iii. 246, 249 
Escales, Robert de, xxxix. 443 
Escaut river, iii. 252 
Eschalchedene, Yorkshire, v. 196 
Escheats, ii. 303, 345 
Escheator, office of, held by a horn, iii. 4 






ESC EST 



251 



Escithranc, surname of Ethelred, king of 

Northumbria, iv. 25 
Esclopetto, see Arms 
Esculapius, see Aesculapius 
Escutcheon, see Arms 
Escuyer, William 1', xxviii. 383 
Esgannys, xvi. 105 

Eshnanib, Egypt, mine of, xxxiv. 370 
Eske, river, xxii. 166, 169 
Eskeiviog, Flintshire, gold torques from, xviii. 

448 

Eski Mosul, dykes at, xvi. 180 
Eskir, Wales, a river, i. 294 (a), 296 (b), 317 (c) 
Eslettes, France, sword found at, xlv. 259 
Eslingeby, Yorkshire, v. 196 
Esne, the Anglo-Saxon, xxx. 210; xxxiii. 276 
Esnecca, the word, JOHN TOPHAM on, vi. IK! 
Esoudene, Wiltshire, ii. 331 
Espagne, John d', xxxii. 293 
Espaigne, Charles d', xxxv. 4(!7 
Espaullieres, see Arms 
Espec, Adeline, xxi. 160 

Walter, vi. 49; xii. 30l-i ; xxi. Kid; xxxii. 
340 

Founded Rievaulx abbey, v. 201 
Esperance en Dieu, motto, xxxii. 70 
Esperleng, John, xxxvi. 403 

William, xxxvi. 403 
Espicer, Henry le, xxxvii. 435 
Espinas, Juan de, xl. 16 
Espringold, xii. 153 

Esquerchin, English school at, xiii. 252, 272 
Esquet, John de, xxxi. 358 
Esquimaux, combs used by the, xlvi. 432 
Esquire, an, how he should be armed, xx. 510 
Esric, xii. 142 

Essartare, derivation of, xv. 215 
Essex, antiquities in, SMART LETHIEULLIEK on, i. 

73 (a) (b), 82 (c) 
Heretics burnt in, xviii. 181 
Inventories of religious houses in, xliii. 242 
Junior right in, 1. 214 
Representation of, by Ptolemy, xlviii. 388 
Roman stations in, WILLIAM DRAKE on, v. 137 



Essex, earl of, see Bourchier, Henry; Bohnn 
Humphry; Capel, William; Cromwell, 
Thomas ; Devereux, Robert ; Fitz Piers, 
Geoffrey ; Magnaville, William ; Mande- 
ville, Geoffrey 
Essex, Adam de, xxxii. 89 
Colonel, xxxv. 329 
Henry de, xxxii. 288 
ESSKX, JAMKS, on brick and stone buildings in 

England, iv. 73 
On Lincoln cathedral, iv. 149 
On round churches, vi. 163 
On plan of timber bridge at Rochester, from 

MS. of William Lambarde, vii. 3 '.(."> 
Essex, Katherine de, xxxii. 396 
Mr., iii. 311 ; xvi. 30G 
Thomas, xiv. 12U 
Essie, Scotland, xxii. 56 
Essingtou, lord of, xiii. 212 
Est, Arnald, xxxvii. 277 

Margaret, xi. S7 
Estampes, duchess de, iii. 261 
Kstaplas, see Etiiples 
Estates conveyed by word of mouth without 

charter, iii. 2, 4 

Estavayer, knife-handle found at, xlvi. !:!(', 
Kstcote, Hue de, xxxix. 443 
Estcourt, Wilts, i. 5S (<j) (/,), 64 (V) ; viii. 90 
Estcourt, Edgnr Edmund, xxxviii. 353 
Kstden, William de, xxxii. 291 
Este, Alphonso d', 111. duke of Modena, v. 36s 
Francisco d', xviii. 180 
Hippolito d', 1. 126 
Mary d', queen of James II., great seal of. v 

367 

Este, Thomas, printer, xxv. 103 
Estcnde, Richard, xxx. 228 

William de, xxx. 228 
Estengreue, Joan de, xxxix. 443 
Estfeld, William, monumental inscription to, vi. 269 
Estgate, Henry, xii. 344, 350 
Estham, Richard de, xvi. 38, 58 
Estleie, Andrew de, xxxix. 443 
Estokes, Henry de, xxxix. 443 

2x2 



252 



EST ETR 



Estokes, William de, xxxix. 443 
Eston, Hugh, xii. 394 

Joan dc, xxxix. 443 

Richard de, xxxix. 443 

Robert, xxviii. 10 

Thomas, xxviii. 10 
K.stotevilc. Walter, xxxix. 443 
Estotcville, William, vi. 340 
Kstotot, I{ol)ort dc, xxxix. 443 
Estovers, xxxiii. -7\ 

Estnieelles. .Iaoi|ues do, xxviii. 183, 184, 18") 
Esti-c, lliirli. Essex, xxvi. '!"!< 
E.-trichbord. xxiv. 3U8 
K.-tn'i:hoiel "f Momc.-day, G!:I:>;I: OI;NKKOI> on. 

xxix. 5. --'I. -11 

K>triiiL'i"ii. Lincolnshire, manor of, xl. W.^ 
E.-ti-:;'lr. iii. L'< '1 
K--II-V, Ilcnrv ile. \. -~~', 27' i 
Ki-turniv, Maud, iii. - 1 

William, iii. in 
\-'.~\ u ickc. Stephen, xxvi. -I 
K-us iii. 1"! 
KsvtiL'Wal.l. Hubert, 1. 1-7 

Etiti, x. "; 

Etajiles, France, s;iiil to lie IccillS Port US, i. 

!>:! (n), 1><4 (/.). 2":: (r) 

Ktehiii'_rhani. Sussex, xxxiv. 'Jl-'.l 
Ethaiidun. liattle at, xii. 1 1- 
Ethehird. kiiiL', xiii. '2'. 1 - 
Kthelliald. kin-, xxxii. I'.'.i I 

Founded Orowlaiul abbey, iii. !<7 
Kthelbert. kin-.', iv. C>4 ; xix. 3(.)3, 30(i 

Presents bv, to Saint Augustine's, Canter, 
bury, iv. <> 

Shi-iiie of, at St. Paul's, London, ii. 13; 1. 
4-1 :>. 470 

Superstition of, 1. 19f? 
Ethelbryplit. king, xxxii. '2~>\ 
Etheldrcd, king, xiii. 292 
Etheldreda, fiaint, x. 226, 229; xii. 14<J 

Buried in a Roman coffin, xxx. 439 

Her legend represented in sculpture at Ely, 
iii. 187 

Pictures of legend of, xxii. 451 



Etheldrith, v. 197, 206 

Ethelfleda, iii. Ill 

Ethelfride, queen, wife of Edgar, i. 142 (a) (6), 

157 (c) 

Ethelfrith, king of Northumbria, xxv. 285 
Ethelred, king, i. 173 (a) (b), 192 (c) ; vi. 44 ; 

xix. 110, 113 
Constitutions of, viii. 29 
Ethelred, king of Northnmbria, iv. 25 ; xxv. 

286, 287, 298, 299 
Hthelred, earl of Mercia, iii. Ill 
Kthclri'd, prince, in Ireland, ii. 36 
Kthelric, king of Northumbria, xxv. 285 
Kthelwold, x. 1(55 ; xii. 142 
Kthelwulf. king, iv. 51, (3(5, 67; vii. 421 ; ix. 101; 

xii. 140; xix. 110, 113, 194; xxix. 194 
Ktherington, family of, xxii. 166 
Kthtin. king of Scotland, ix. 50 
Kthilwald, bishop of Dunwicli, seal of, xx. 479 
Ethiopia, gold mines of, historical tablet of 

Ramcscs II., relating to, xxxiv. 357 
Ethiopians, arrows tied round the head during 

battle by the, xlvii. 476 
Do not shoe their horses, iii. 47 
In India, viii. '2^7 
Practised circumcision, iv. 289 
ethnology of Risinians, xlviii. 48 
;thol, Gilbert dc, xxxii. 396 
Iticho, duke, xxiv. 253 
Itive, loch (Ptolemy), xlviii. 385 
Gtocetum, xxi. 549 
Oton, Buckinghamshire, i. 352 (a), 354 (I), 379 

(0 

College, xxx. 236 

Built of brick, i. 147 (a) (b), 163 (c) 
Monumental brass of Richard lord Grey 

at, xxxii. 58, 397 
Robes provided for, temp. Henry VI., 

xvi. 7 

Swan-mark of, xxxvii. 390 
Etonn, Thomas, xliii. 210 
Etran, Normandy, ancient burial-place at, L'AitiiE 

COCUKT on, xxxix. 125 
Etruria, the gryphon symbolized in, xlviii. 365 






ETBEVA 



253 



Etruscan antiquities discovered by the prince of 
Canino, xxiii. 130 

Characters on bronze figure, xi. 34 

Commerce, ornaments, &c. of, found in Swiss 
grave-mounds, xlvii. 134 

Influences on Roman religion, xlix. 394 

-Latin architecture, remains of at Civita 
Lavinia, xlix. 373 

Origin of some Roman beliefs, xlvi. 179 

Tombs in Bologna, spindle-whorls found in, 
xlviii. 300 

Vases, fylfot ornamentation absent from, 

xlviii. 305 
Etruscans, the, ii. 242; vii. 349, 358, 360; xxiii. 

265 ; xli. 188 ; xlii. 122 ; xliv. 101, 102 
Ettles, i.e. nettles, xxxv. 451 
Etton, Northamptonshire, x. '291 
Etwee, viii. 435 
Eu, France, xlv. 249 

Attack on, v. 148 

Barony of, ii. 335 
Eu, comte d', see Artois, John d' 

John, earl of, xlv. 428 

Henry, earl of xlv. 428 

Robert, earl of, xlv. 428, 450 
Eubulus, xiv. 199 
Eucharist, the, poison given in, ix. 315 

Administered to the dead, xxxv. 304 

Disputes as to the nature of (1538), xlviii. 

264, 265 

Euchsithes, xxiii. 259 
Euclid, xxviii. 444 

Endemos, astrological history of, lost, xlvii. 343 
Eudo, ii. 171 

Euer, Henry do, xxxix. 443 
Euerens, Walter de, xxxix. 443 

William de, xxxix. 443 
Euerget, Egyptian gods, xxxiv. 372 
Euerlei, Walter de, xxxix. 443 
Eugenins V., king of Scotland, ix. 50 
Eugenius, a Spanish bishop, xiv. 181 
Eugubinm, tables discovered at, vii. 349 ; xxiii. 

266 
Eulogia, see Loaf, holy 



Eumenides, supposed to be Deae Matres, xlvi. 

183 
Eumenius, i. 233 (a), 235 (fc), 255 (c) 

Panegyric on Constantius Chlorus, i. 184 (a), 

185 O), 204 (c) 
Eunachdurien', Henry, bishop of, suffragan of 

Exeter, xviii. 415 
Euphrates, river, xviii. 246, 253, 256 

Dykes on the, xvi. 180 
Euphrates valley, the gryphon symboli/.ed in. 

xlviii. 362 
Knpor, a Thracian name-form under the Romans, 

xlix. 125 

Euro, river, ix. 277 
Euripides, viii. 436 ; xxvi. 5(1, 118 
Europe, called Ilerthn, ii. 21-6 
Becoming warmer, iii. 56 
Eusebius, v. 6 ; xli. 132 
Eustace, count of Boulogne, v. 40; xxxii. 3nl. 

302 ; xxx vi. 2n2 
Eustache, suggested corruptions of the name. 

xii. 62 

Eutropius, xli. 387 
Euurcius, name, of saint in MS. Psalter, xlvi. 

241 

Evander, viii. 8 
Evangelist!, Andrea, xlv. 378 
Evangelistic symbols, on cross, Hemsbv, Norfolk, 

xiv. 40 

On hunting pot, xiv. 278 

Evangelists, names of, inscribed on gold plates 
in foundation of an Abyssinian church, 
xxxii. 44 

Evans, Cornelius, xlvi. 33 
EVANS, ARTHUR JOHN, on antiquarian researches 

in Illyricum, xlviii. 1 ; xlix. 1 
Evans, Herbert, xxxix. 182 
EVANS, JCHX, xxxix. 487; xliii. 337, 351, 354; 

xlv. 308 
On Roman remains found at Box Moor, 

Hertfordshire, xxxiv. 394 ; xxxv. 56 
On expenses at the wedding of Richard 
Foisted and Elizabeth More, xxxvi. 
33 



254 



EVA-EX 



Evans continued 

On the account-book of Sir William More, 

of Loseley, xxxvi. 284 
On letters of Elizabeth, queen of Bohemia, 

x.xxvii. 224 
On flint implements in undisturbed beds of 

gravel, sand, and clay, xxxviii. 280 
On discoveries of flint implements in the 

drift on the Continent and in England, 

xxxix. ">7 
On the worked flints of Pressigny le Grand, 

xl. .SSI 
On stone implements found in Lough Ncagh, 

Ireland, xli. 397 
On an Anglo-Saxon knife found in Kent, 

xliv. :;:ll 
On Edmund of Langley and his tomb, xlvi. 

297 
( hi 11 hoard of bronze objects found in Wil- 

burton Feii, near Ely, xlviii. 106 
On u military decoration relating to the 

Roman conquest of Britain, xlix. 439 
( )n a Danish sword-hilt found near Walling- 

ior.l, I :.:H 
Evatt*. Mr., ii. ISO 
Eve, illuniinatioiis of, xxiv. .'540 
Evelyn, Sir Frederick, ix. !!! 
Sir John, ix. Iu7 
John, xii. 1SS ; xviii. 315 ; xlii. 2GO 

Hichanl. xviii. 333, 335 

Event. Giles, xlv. llil 

Everard. bishop of Norwich, xxxi. 221, 222 

Everard, James, xii. 1574 

Evercreech, church of, belonging to J3ath (1179), 

1. 354 

Everey, Thomas, xi. 125 
Everingham, Yorks, xlii. 402 

Font at, x. 188 
Everingham, Adam de, iii. 293; xxxix. 443 

Joan de, xlii. 402 

Robert de, xlii. 402 

Sir Thomas, xl. 469 

Sir William, iii. 293 ; xlii. 402 
Everley, Wiltshire, xxxvii. 265 



Evers, a Ditmarsh surname, xxxvii. 373 

Everton, Bedfordshire, viii. 377 ; xxv. 37 

Every, xxi. 273 

Every, Denys, xi. 125 

Evesham abbey, Worcestershire, xvii. 312 

Discovery of the body of abbot Henry of 
Worcester at, xx. 566 

Font at, xi. 137 

Letter of Henry VIII. forbidding interference 
with election of abbot of, xv. 396 

Reading desk in, xvii. 278 

Seal of, xix. G6 
Evesham, battle of, ii. 277, 278 ; iv. 206 

Its effect on the constitution of Parliament, 

ii. 324 
Evesham, Silvester de, bishopof Worcester,iii.374 

William, xiii. 125 
Evil, the, sue King's evil 
Evil-Merodach, xxxii. 176 
Evocati, in Roman army, xi. 70 
Evreux, France, xxv. 161, 184; xlv. 241, 242 
Evreux, Lewis, carl of, monument of, in Domi- 
nican church, Paris, xviii. 193 
Ewell, Surrey, v. 437 

Iron hammer found at, xlvi. 441 

Pits containing Roman remains, xxxii. 451 

Roman remains at, xlvi. 447 
Ewell, Richard de, xxviii. 271 
Ewelnie, Oxon, xxxiv. 44 
Eveline, Wilts, xxxvii. 113 
Even and Kcmblc, map of, xxxvii. 116 
Ewenny, Glamorganshire, ii. 16 ; vi. 17 
Ever, Sir William, xi. 433 ; xxxii. 144 
Ewermarus, of Bayeux, xxvii. 22 
Ewes' milk, xviii. 282 
Ewestas, Richard, xxxvii. 280 

William, xxxvii. 289 
Ewhurst, Surrey, ix. 106 
Evolme, Edith de, xxxvii. 285 
Ewre, William, lord Ewre, xviii. 153 
Evrie, the, xv. 81 
Ewsdale, Scotland, xxii. 168 
Ewyas, barony of, ii. 330 
Ex, meaning of, x. 351 







EXB-EY 



255 



Exbridge, Walter, xviii. 406 
Exceit, Sussex, xlv. 148 
Excet bridge, xlii. 28 

Exchequer, court of, at Westminster, 1. 13 
Chequered cloth used in, ix. 28 
Chief baron of the, xxxvi. 23 
Clerks of the treasury of the, xxxii. 86 
Cursitor baron of, EDWAKD Foss on the title 

of, xxxvi. 23 

Illumination of, xxxix. 361 
In Ireland, xxxix. 363 
Inscriptions on bases of pillars in old court 

of, xxi. 547 

Origin of name, xxiv. 284 
Receipt of seal of, viii. 428 
Excommunicated person buried at a four-lane 

end, viii. 203 
In an orchard, viii. 202 
Excommunication, extent of, ix. 300 

Form of, xxv. 247 

Excrementes for the tiles, xxxv. 436 
Exe, the haven of, xxviii. 9, 10, 13, 14, Hi, 17 
Executioner, representation of an, in wall-painting 

at Guildford, Surrey, xlix. 205 
Executions, publicity of, xlvii. 419 
Exedra, meaning of, xi. 346 ; xxxvii. 443 
Exeter, Devonshire, x. 351 ; xxiii. 356 ; xxviii. 

245 ; xxxii. 303 ; xxxvii. 16 
The Lock canal at, PHILIP CHILUT.U. iu: r,A 

GARDE on, xxviii. 7 
Church of All Hallows, mazer at, 1. 162 

St. Petrock's, mazer, at, 1. 154 
Freeman's oath at, xxviii. 15 
Mint at, xviii. 3, 200; xxiv. 159; xxvi. 10 
Roman antiquities found at, JEREMIAH 

MILLES on, vi. 1 
Seal of official principal of bishop of, xl. 

429 
Exeter cathedral, i. 142 (a) (fc), 157 (c) 

An account of the ancient constitution, dis- 
cipline, and usages of, by JOHN JOXES, 
xviii. 385 

Anglo-Saxon MS. in library of, xvii. 180, 189 
Archdeaconry of, xviii. 393 



Exeter cathedral continued 

Altar of St. Paul in, xviii. 405 

Bell-ringing at, xviii. 403 

Canons of, xviii. 391 
Wills of, xviii. 393 

Chancellor of, xviii. 389 

Charnel-house of, xviii. 405 

Chapel of St. George in, xviii. 4'J5 

Choir boys of, xviii. 409 

Clock in, xxxiii. 12 

Custors of, xviii. 408 

Dean of, xviii. 387 

Episcopal registers of, xviii. 3*6 

Farms of, xviii. 399 

Kalender Hay, xviii. 402 

Penitentiary of, xviii. 39U 

Precentor of, xviii. :!SS 

Rectors of choir of. xviii. 411 

Sedilia in, x. 313 

Sub-chantor of, xviii. 4n2 

Sub-dean of, xviii. 390 

Suffragan bishops of, xviii. 414 

Stewards of, xviii. 409 

Of the obits of, xviii. 4nt> 

Straw for, xviii. 390 

Treasurer of, xviii. :-!>'.) 

Vicars of, xviii. 391, 401 

Loaves given to, xviii. 402 

Exeter, bishops of, we Bitton, Thomas do ; Bon: h. 

John; Courtenay, Peter ; Gran dison, John 

de ; Marshall, Henry; Oldham, Hugh: 

Stapledon, Walter 

Exeter, duke of, w Beaufort, Thomas; Holland. 

Henry ; Holland, John 

Exeter, duke of, Lancastrian leader, xlvii. 274 
Exilby, manor of, xlvii. 180 
Exmouth, Devonshire, x. 351 
Exon, William de, xxvii. 278 
Expcditatio, meaning of, xv. 217, 218 
Exton, Sir Piers, vi. 314; xx. 284, 425; xlv. 

315 
Exuperius, bishop of Bayeux, xvii. 91 

Saint, 1. 348 
Ey, the termination, xxxiv. 250 



256 



EYA-FAI 



Eyam, Derbyshire, ii. 51 ; v. 97 

Plague at, vi. 82 ; xxxvii. 20 
Eyck, John van, xl. 472 ; xliii. 9 ; xlix. 246 

Picture attributed to, xxxvi. 386 
Eyck, Margaret van, xlix. 250 
Eycken, diaries van tier, xxxv. 346 
Eyilon Newbottle, Xorthants, viii. 222 
Eye, Suffolk, xviii. 430; xxiii. 3(58; xxxvi. 271 

Church of, xx. 482 

Honour of, ii. 334 

Seal found at, xx. 479 
Eye. Christian name, x\ i. 31 
Myer, Cnthhert. xli. :!.'JS 
Eyes, artificial, in Egyptian inuniniv, xxvii. 2(i.^ 

l>iseasc- cif, sapphire useil for, I. 414, 4t!!l 

it Matties frequently inlaid, xxxii. 17'.' 

if silver, in a l>ron/e figure, xxix. 1<!I 

< hi ancient vases, xxiii. 17'.*, iNi, 218,22!*. 2 ">."> 
Mye-brows, shaving of the. a sign of mourning in 

Kirv]>t, iv. 2">i < 

L\ ed (w-) ministers, myth of, xlviii. 374 
Mylam, I lerlivshire. See Mvam 

Kynsfnril castle, Kent. MI>\VAI:I> C'i;i:sv on, xxvii. 
3! I] 

( 'hiireh, \i. '.\'.\~i 

Kyiisfi.nl. William de. xxvii. 3'.i2 
Myiisham abbey. ( xfurdshirc. xxv. 33; xliii. 95 
M\ iishuni, ixfordshire. Anglo-Saxon cemeterv at. 

xxxviii. :i:J-- 
My re, Anne, xxviii. 2(.Kj 

Thomas. \ ii. 134; xxviii. 2uG 

I'rstila. xxviii. 2(.J 

Vincent, xxviii. 2(J6 
l^yric, kiny of Xorthumbria, sw Eric 
Myrly. Mr., xli. 35.". 
Eyvylle, John d', ii. 279; xxxix. 443 
Eyzyk, Robert, xlv. Ill 
Ezekiel, xliv. 48 

F. 

Faarcveille, Sealand, xxxviii. 311, 314 
Faber, Adam, xxxvii. 283 
John, xxxvii. 280 



Fabian, Robert, mentions murder of Edward V., 
ii. 199 

Chronicle on Edward IV. 's reign, xlvii. 266, 

269, 270, 273, 274, 278, 281 
Fabius, i. 223 (a), 224 (6), 244 (c) 
Fabretti, Raphael, ii. 26 
Fabriano, Gentile da, xliii. 9 
Face-cloth, iii. 380; vii. 102 
Face, painting the, xxxii. 181 
Facio, Nicholas, xxxiv. 94, 99 
Fader, John le, xxxvii. 277 
Fadera, Osbern, xxx. 222 
Faganus, iv. 415 
Fags na ain eighe, vii. 149 
Faierfelde, Henry, xii. 307 
Fairdall, Derbyshire, vii. 142 
Fairday, Thomas, xxvii. 294 
Fairfax, Brian, iii. 316 

Guy, xxxviii. 278 

Henry, lord Fairfax, i. 182 (,i) (i), 201 (c) 

John, 1. 183 

Lady, xix. 107 

Thomas, lord Fairfax,!. 182 (u) (//),201 (c); 
xiv. 129 

Letter of, to Robert Hammond, xix. 152 
Recovers the horn of Ulphus, i. 170 (a) 

CO, l*> (0 

Fail-Held, Derbyshire, ix. 139; x. 28 
Fail-field Ford, Wilts, xxxv. 273 
Fail ford, Gloucestershire, xxxiv. 224; xxxvi. 130 
Anglo-Saxon sepulchral remains at, xxxiv. 77 

Objects found at, xxxvii. 145 
Church, mazer belonging to, 1. 156 

Representation of the Last Judgment in 

stained glass in, xxxvi. 387, 459 
Stained glass destroyed in, xlvi. 137, 138 
Fairford, Alexander, xxxviii. 44 

Robert, xxxviii. 44 

Fairholt, Frederick William, xxxvi. 124 
FAIRIIOLT, FREDERICK WILLIAM, on inventory of 
goods of Sir Thomas Ramsey, lord mayor 
of London (1577), xl. 311 

Fairies, supposed origin of the Matronae from, 
xlvi. 177 






FAI-FAN 



257 



Fairies continued 

Tradition of, connected with Cornish barrow 

of Kara Glnze, xlix. 189 
The Russian Rusalka, origin of, xlix. 103 
Fairies' pavements, a Nottinghamshire name for 

Roman pavements, viii. 364 
Rings, xxxvii. 363 
Way, water aqueduct so called at Risiuni, 

xlviii. 48 

Fairless, Mr., xxvi. 346 
FAIRLESS, JOSEPH, on stone altar in Hexham abbey, 

xxxi. 488 

Fail-light, Sussex, xxxiv. 247; xlv. 429 
Fairs, i. 190 (a), 191 (b), 210 (c) ; xxv. 453 

Annual three-days, granted to Rothley 

manor, Leicester, xlvii. 95 
Annual, the right to hold granted to Win- 
chester by Henry VIII., xlix. 216 
German, i. 196 (a), 197 (?>), 217 (c) 
Grant of, to Wells cathedral, 1. 311 
In church-yards, xii. 11 
Prohibited during the Plague (1665-1669), 

xxxvii. 7 
Fakenham, Norfolk, xi. 55 

Font at, x. 193 
Fakenham, Henry de, ii. 329 
Fakes, Mr., xix. 293 

Fal, estuary of the (Ptolemy), xlviii. 391 
Falaise, France, iv. 186 

Cloth of, xxi. 258 

Falarica, a weapon (Livy), xlii. 328 
Falbala, vii. 97 
Falbe, Mons. de, xxx. Ill 
Falcon, see Arms 
Falcon (bird) carrying, a manorial service, xxxiii. 

273 

A mark of nobility, xiii. 44 
A paper mark, xxxvii. 451 
Bones of, found at Csesar's Camp near Folke- 
stone, xlvii. 450, 455 
On ancient vase, xxiii. 189, 246 
Falconberg, the bastard, see Nevil, Thomas 
Falconer, Grand, temp. Edward III., xxxi. 87 
Falconer, H., xxxviii. 282 



FALCOXKB, THOMAS, on Pliny's account of the 

temple of Diana at Ephesus, xi. 1 
Falconer!, Ottavio, iv. 316, 331 
Falconet, Mons., v. 423 

Stephen Maurice, made the statue of Peter 

the Great at St. Petersburg, viii. 308 
Falconet, see Arms 

Falconi, Marcantonio doi, xxxvii. 317 
Fnlde, Staffordshire, xxiii. 115 
Fald-stool, Virgin seated on, in diptych, xlix. 



Falesia, Gunfrid de, xxiv. 13<> 
Falgynroyd, Yorkshire, ii. 359 
Falisran character, inscription in. KAIIAII.I. 

( !.\i:i;rivi on, xliii. 43 
Inscription, KAIIAH.I: (JAKUIVI i on. xliii. 

259 

Falkerlv. hundred of, Northants, iii. 5n 
Falkirk, Scotland, i. 231 (;, 233 (Ii), 253 (<) 
Falkland, lord, viii. 133 
Falkland islands, LOIIII Avsox on. iii. 55 

TameiH's.s of birds in, vii. i>7 
FAI.KM:I,', Kicii.\i!i>, on barrows on Meckliampton 

Down, Wiltshire, xxxii. -1-57 
Fallen', city of, Italy, xliii. 261) 

Inscribed bronxc plate from, xliii. 14 
Fallgate. xxv. 504 
Fallon, family of. xxvii. 127 
Falnier, Sussex, ear-ring found at. xxxii. 395 
Falmouth, Cornwall, xviii. 75 ; xlvii. ~2'2'2 

Derivation of name, ix. 34u 
Faloyse, Stephen, xxvi. 336 
Falsis, the Sire de, xx. 217 
Fambridge, Essex, xxiii. 367 
Familiae, term applied to chessmen, xi. 4U9 
Families, Roman, of Lanuvinm, xlix. 369, 377 
Family, house inalienable from, 1. 198 
Lands, sacredness of, 1. 2U4 
Property and status, 1. 198 
Fan, a symbol of Osiris, xix. 393 

Of peacock's feathers, belonging to St. Paul's, 

London (1245), 1. 452 
Sticks of a, xxxvii. 322 
Used in Coptic churches, xlviii. 416, 417 
2 L 



258 



FAN-FAS 



Fan-tracery vaulting, xlvii. 43 
Fane, Sir George, xxxii. 144 

Lady, iii. 291 

Fanecurt, Gerard de, xxxix. 
Fanes of bed, xxv. 475 
Fangfosse, Yorks., vi. 49, 5:3 
Fannius, name of a jtreparer of papyrus at Rome, 

xx vi. (JS 

Fanon, Fannon, *--r Costume 
Funsliawe, Sir Henry, i. xvii (u) (b) (<) 

Kirlianl. i. xvii (<;) (l>) (c) 

Sir Tliom;is. x\.\vi. iiU, 37 

Thomas, xiii. lint! 

Fanstoun castle, Ireland, xxxviii. 1(39 
Fante. Fant ma. Italian name for knave in cards, 

xv. ! H 

Failles. William, printer, viii. 1S9 
F.\I:.U'.VV, Mi< H.U.I.. \\.\ii. l-.">2 

Kxaiuination (if Roman remain from the 

Hart low Hills by, xxv. l:i ; xxvi. 30(3 
Fardell, .Mr., xii. Ill ; xiii. 147 
Fardell, a burthen, xxv. 433 
Farecroft, kiml of ship, xxi. 234 
Faringham, Kent, viii. 220 
Farish. Mr., xvni. 342 

Fsirlcigh, Hast and \Vest, Kent, xiii. Iu9 
Farley. Surrey, xiii. 303 

Heads from, xxxiv. 4^ 
Farley eustle, Somersetshire, garrison (hi 14), 

xiv. l:U 
Farley. Mr., v. 1 '.."> 

William <le, xxxvii. 451 
Farlhain. manor of, ii. 32(3 
Farmer, John, xxxvii. 140 
Farming, directions for, xiii. 373 

Stock, inventories of, xlviii. 121 
Farmsteads, pews assigned to, in parish church, 

xlviii. 351 
Farnaby, Sir Charles, xxii. 338 

Sir Charles Francis, xxxvii. 120 
Farnborough, Mark, xxxvi. 125 
Farndel, a portion of land, xxxiii. 270 
Farndon, xviii. 429 
Farncford, Alexander, xxxviii. 44 



Farnese, Alexander, statue of, at Placentia, xviii. 
195 

Alexander, cardinal, 1. 236 

Ranuccio, statue of, at Placentia, xviii. 195 
Farnbam, Surrey, viii. 89 ; ' ix. 96 ; xii. 184 

xxiii. 402 ; xxviii. 413 

Farnham, Suffolk, battle at, i. 45 (a) (6), 50 (c) 
Farnham, Nicholas de, bishop of Durham, xlv. 

387 

Farningham, Kent, font at, x. 192; xi. 123 
Farninghoo, Northants, x. 286 
Farnsfield, Nottinghamshire, ix. 200 
Faro Point, Sicily, excavations at, xxiii. 101 
Faro, Katherinc de, xxvii. 162 
Faron, Saint, iii. 200 
Faront Head (Ptolemy), xlviii. 386 
Farquharson, John James, xxiii. 415 

Mrs., xxviii. 450 
Farrar, F. W., xiii. 187 

Nicholas, xlvii. 77 

Or Ferrar, Robert, bishop of St. Davids, 

xxiii. 52 

Farraunte, Richard, xii. 373 
Farrer, James, xliii. 303 

John, xxv. 522 
Farriers use horns, iii. 10 
Farriery furlong, land in Oxfordshire, xxxiii. 

277 
Farringdon, Berks, ii. 152; xx. 214 

Church, xxxii. 449 
Font in, x. 193 

Manor of, xxii. 138 
Farrington, Alice, xl. 316 

Thomas, xl. 317 ; xliii. 200 
Farrour, John, xxv. 532 
Farsey, a disease in horses, xxv. 435 
Farthingdoles, division of lands, xlvi. 412 
Farum, a cresset, a chandelier, iv. 59 
Farundel. of land, xxxiii. 270 
Fasado, xxx. 8 
Fasch, John, x. 75 
Fascination, the belief in, xix. 72 
Fashardo, Francisco, xvi. 191 
Fasti Capitolini at Rome, 1. 235 












FAS-FED 



259 



Fasting, long, xiii. 314 

Fastolf, Sir John, v. 26 ; ix. 257, 259, 262 ; xxiv. 
170; xxxiii. 61; xxxvii. 339 ; xli. 17 

Appointment of, to be keeper of the bastille 
of St. Anthony, Paris, 1421, JOHN GOUGH 
NICHOLS on, xliv. 113 

Inventory of the effects of, xxi. 232 
Fastolf, Sir Hugh, ix. 259 

Millicent, xxi. 269 

William, xxviii. 298 

Fastrada, wife of Charles the Great, epitaph .on, 
xxix. 368, 371 

Silver spindle of, xxix. 371 
Fates supposed to be the Dcrc Matres, xlvi. 183 
Father, retirement of, in favour of son, 1. JO.'! 
Fathers, Pancrase, xlii. 377 
Fauconberg 1 , Lord, see Nevil, William 

Roger, xl. 238 

Viscount, see Bellasyse, Thomas 

Walter do, xxxix. 443 
Seal of, xxi. 214 

William de, xxxix. 443 
Fauconer, Berth, xxxi. 94 

Bettes le, xxxi. 90 

Hanekyn, xxxi. 87 

Hanny le, xxxi. 89 

Henry, xxxi. 87 

Philip, xxxi. 87 

Richard, xxxi. 87, 90 

Robert, xxxi. 87 

Roger le, xxxi. 90 

Walter, xxxi. 87 
Faukes, surname of juror at Gadesby. xlvii. 102, 

103 

Faulkbourne Hall, Essex, xxxvii. 341 
Faumechon, Henri de, xxviii. 381 
Fauns, iv. 168 
Faunus Lupercus, the worship of, RAFKAKI.K 

GAURUCCI on, xli. 275 
Faunus, temple of, vi. 167 
Faussett, Rev. Bryan, xlv. 301 

T. Godfrey, xxxviii. 430 
Faust, Fust, John, viii. 239, 240 ; xi. 285 

List of books printed by, viii. 250 



Faustina, empress, coins of, see Coins 

Faustina, Saint, shrine of, in church of S. Maria 

Maggiore, Rome, i. 34 (a) (b), 37 (c) 
Faustus, Anicius, xlv. 283 

Faversham, Kent, viii. 220, 221 ; xi. 343 ; xli. 
419 

Church, not mentioned in Domesday, viii. 
221 

Kncrinite found in grave at, xlv. 300 

Shaft found at, xlvi. 448 
Favourites, see Costume 
Fawcett, William, xxxv. 2">9 
fawkener, James, xxv. 420, 433 

Thomas, xxiii. 29 
Fuwkes, Guy. v. 427; xii. 197, 209; xv. 139; 

xxviii. 421 

Fawler, Oxfordshire, xxxvii. 433 
r'av, Goclemard de, xxviii. 174, 1 7."> 
Feala, xxx. 220 
[''easts mentioned in MS. Psalter, xlvi. 242, 245 

Funeral, xxxv. 270 ; xlii 1SJ, ^2S, li't 

Installation, li. 172, 173 

Of dedication of churches changed, vii. -'<'> 

Rural, archaic origin of, 1. 197 

The seekinir. a municipal custom at Malmes- 

bury, 1. 434 
Feathers. x<r Costume 

Fans of. xix. 29S ; 1. 4. ".2 

Granted as marks of dignity in China, xxiv. 
183 

In helmets, xlix. 262 

Pennons of, xvi. 124 

Used to frighten animals in hunt ing, \. 161 
Featherbed driver, xxv. 498 
Featherflock, xxi. 268 
Feathermaker, a trade, xviii. 322 
Featherstone castle, Northumberland, oak coffins 

at, xliv. 8 

Featley, Daniel, xi. 126 

Feber, surname of tenant at Mardefeld, xlvii. 112 
February, representation of, x. 181 
Fecknam, John, xiii. 407 ; xliii. 200 
Fedderstock, xxi. 268 
Federighi, Antonio, xxxv. 189 



260 



FED FER 



Federston, Mr., xxiii. 38 

Nicholas, prisoner in the Tower, xviii. 295 
Fee-farm rent, meaning of, ii. 319 
Feers, French name for chess queen, xi. 399 
Fees, Chambre ou Crenx des, xxxv. 234 

Roche ou Grotto aux, xxxv. 234 

Supposed origin of the Matronae from, xlvi. 

177 
Feet, wooden, the offering of, forbidden, xxxvi. 

155 

Fegerliildeforde, Wiltshire, xxxv. 273 
Feistrit/., Anstriu, castlu of, instrument of torture 

at. xxvii. 244 

FrlbnLTi.'v. Sir Simon, xliii. 'Jilt! 
Feld. Nicholas, xxxv. 431 

Rii-hard. xx. >.'! 
Fclding, I iriitTiw, xxxvii. 33S 
Felicitns. lii.'iire of. vi. - 
Felix, iv. lit ; \ii. 1 1 1 
l-Ylivstow. SulTolk, x. :','*:'> 

Ca.-tlf. x. :;.".i ; 

Foil i at. x. l!'2 
Fell, .lohn, bishop of Oxford, i. xxiii (n), xxiv 

(') (') 

Fellows. Sir Charles, xxx. 17l>; xx.xiv. 1 - 
Felons and outlaws, goods of, granted to the 
eiti/ens of Winchester by Kdward IV., 
xlix. 21.". 

Feltes. John, xxxix. '2~> 
Feltniaker. Adam, xxxvi. 40 4 

Gilbert, xxxvi. 40-1 
Fulton. Kdrnoiul. xii. 372 

.lohn. xi. <>O; xxvi. 33") 

Mr. vii. 413; xxxv. 330 

Hichard, xxxiv. GO 

Sir Kol)ert, xlv. 433 

Roger de, xxx. 227 

William, xxvi. 330 
Feltts, John, xii. 369 
Feltwell, Saint Mary, Norfolk, xi. 385 

Sedilia at, x. 292 

Females, kinship reckoned through, 1. 213 
Fences, making of, a tennre, xii. 30 
Fencotcs, Thomas de, xxxi. 86, 96, 97, 147 



Fendyke, Alison, xii. 356 

Isabel, xii. 846, 356 

Sir John, xii. 348 

John, xii. 352 

Richard, xii. 337, 355 

Thomas, xii. 336, 338 
Fenes, Giles de, xvii. 298 

Sir John, xxv. 371, 392 
Fencstella, xi. 347, 348, 354, 357, 376 
Fenin, Pierre de, xxii. 354 
Fenn, Sir John, xxix. 306; xii. 17, 26, 51 

John, xxxvi. 77 

Mrs., xii. 2S3 
Fennc-Foss, Norway, Runic stone at, xliii. 99, 

102 

Fennell, the herb, xxx. 390 
Fenner, Mr, xx. 470 

Thomas, xxxiv. 297. 301, 305, 307, 312 
Autograph of, xxxiii. 282 

William, xxxiv. 301 
Fennick, William, xv. S 
Fenreevc, corporation office of, xlvi. 418 
Fens of Hly, xlviii. 107 
Fenton, Lincolnshire, xxxvi. 269 
Feiiton, Captain, xxxiv. 297 

John, x.xiii. 27 ; xxvi. 423 
i Richard, xvi. 365 

Fenwick castle, Northumberland, pulled down, 
v. 1GS 

Gold coins of Edward III. found at, v. 

166 
Fenwick, Sir John, v. 166; xxvi. 344 

John, v. 166 

Thomas, v. 166 

Fenys, James, i. 89 (<i) (b), 101 (c) 
Fuodary, iii. 5 

Fcranda, meaning of, viii. 254 
Ferariis, Walkelin de, xxvii. 112 
Ferce, name for chess qneen, xxiv. 220 
Ferdelys, a measure of lime, xlvi. 205 
Ferdewyte (fyrdwyte), definition of, xlvii. 127, 

128 

Ferdinand, king of Arragon, portrait of, xxii. 
448 









PER 



261 



Ferdinand of Castile and Leon, autograph of, 
xxxvii. 74 

Initials of, on a cannon, v. 154 
Ferdinand and Isabella of Castile and Leon, 
contract for marriage of their daughter 
Isabella with Ferdinand, prince of Capua, 
xxxvii. 58 

Ferdinand, king of Spain, represented in a paint- 
ing, xlix. 256 

Ferdosi, a Persian poet, xviii. 378 
Ferefreye, Margaret, xxv. 424 
Fergus, ix. 51 
Ferguson, James, xxxiii. 20 

James F., xxxix. 363 

FERGUSON, Joiix, on a copy of Albertus Magnus' 
De Secretis Mulieiitm, printed by Mach- 
linia, xlix. 335 
Ferguson, Mr., v. 424 

Robert, xliv. 482 

Feria, duke of, sec Figueroa, Gomez do 
Ferles, Sussex, xlv. 149 
Ferling of land, xviii. 41 
Ferlingum, i. c. Yardland, ii. 338 
Former, Thomas, xxv. 441 
Fermor, Anne, xxv. 485 

Sir Henry, xxv. 485 

Robert le, xxvi. 344 

William, xxv. 486 
Fermour, Elizabeth, xxix. 407 

Richard, xxix. 407 
Fern, urns lined with, xliii. 326 
Fern, a, xli. 339 
Fern potash, used for making Gothic glass, xlvi. 

103 
Fern, Sir John, xvi. 189 

Ralph de, xlv. 449 

Fernandez, Antonio, xxxii. 45 ; xxxiii. 223 
Fernando, Antonio, xxxiii. 223 

Petro, xxxiii. 223 
Ferneberg, Henry de, xxxii. 291 
Ferneley, Anne, xxxix. 54 

William, xxxix. 54 
Ferney, George, xliii. 216 
Fernuail, king, xx. 40 



Fernour, Richard, xxxiv. 419 
Fernovell castle, Scotland, xxi. 487 
Ferns, Ireland, xliii. 134, 135 
Feronia, Italy, xxxii. 274 
Ferrant, John, xxvi. 284 
Ferrara, Italy, xliv. 133 

Coins struck by the dukes of, xlix. 273 
Ferrariis, Robert de, vi. 49 
Ferrars, Agnes de, xxxix. 213 

Henry, i. xix (a) (/>') (r), xxi (a), xxii (b) (c) 

Robert de, xxxvi. 248 

William, earl Ferrars, viii. 202 
Ferre, Joan, xvi. 46, 72 
Ferreis, Edward, xii. 3SS 
Ferrers, earldom of, xxi. 201 

Family of, xxi. 2u2 

Origin of name. ill. 51 
Ferrers, Anne, xxxii. 59 
FI:I;I:I:I;S. Kn.\irM>, communicates copy of will of 

.lames 1 1., xviii. 223 
Ferrers, Edmund, lord, xxii. 3^9 

Edward, v. 213 

Eleanor de, v. 212 

Elizabeth, iii. 7 

George, xviii. .'!!(> 

Henry de, iii. 51 ; v. 212 

Henry, lord Ferrers of Clroby, iii. 2l!> 

John de, xxvi. 341 

Lord, Ki'f Devereux, Walter 

Lord, of Chartley, set' Townsend, George 

Mr., xxxii. 135 

R. de, xxxi. 6 

Robert de, earl of Derby, ii. 277 
His forfeiture, iii 7 

Robert de, earl Ferrers, v. 212 

Hid himself in Chesterfield church 

under sacks of wool, ii. 282 
Imprisoned at Windsor, ii. 282 

Roger, iii. 7 

Sir Henry, i. 350 (a), 352 (fc), 377 (c) 

Sir Ralph de, xxxi. 117 

Sir Robert, xxxi. 114, 117, 123 

Sir Thomas, iii. 7 

Sir William, iii. 299 



262 



FER-FIG 



Ferrers continued 

Walchelin de, v. 212 

William, xxvi. 393 ; xxxix. 443 

William de, earl of Derby, ii. '277 ; v. 
212 

Taken prisoner at Chesterfield, ii. 279 
Ferres, sec Ferrers 
Ferrcs, Mr., xii. 3SO 
Ferrets, xvi. (is 
Ferriby, Thomas, xx. 204 

William, xx. 77. S3. 91. 152, 215 
Ferriby. South, Lincolnshire, consecration cross 
in church of, xlviii. 4(i3 

Sculptured tviii|iiuium at, xlvii. Ifil 
Ferriercs. France, derivation of name, v. 212 
Fcn-intr. Sussex, xlv. 1 17. US 
Kern/. IVtcr. bishop of Tirasso, xlvii 1!7 
Fcrrurs. Kdward. xxiv. .'ID'. 1 
Fern >n r. .luh n, xxv. 477 
Ferrules, brun/c. Anglo-Saxon, xxxviii. 339 

l-'rutii Will. ut, in Ken. xlviii. Io7, lid. 111 
Kerry. F.a-t ami West. Lincolnshire, xxxvi. 2(!7 
IViTvliri'lLT''. Yurks. battle at. ix. 253; xlvii. 2(>i! 
I' ITS. a <|iiceii in ehess, i\. '_",' 
Feryiiuc. Richard, x I.37S 
Fcrwytc. dctinit iuii uf. xlvii. 1 2S. 129 
Fesccniime verses, xiv. 11*7 
Fe^-uc. Mr., i. 357 (n I. 359 (/, , 3s3 (r) 
Festival at Lislmrn. to commemoi-atc the defeat 
(>!' Iri.-li rebels in ItJH, i. lUS () (/,), 
I2U (c ) 

Ke-ti\als celebrated at night among Jews and 
(liveks, ii. (J.'i 

Chun-li, in Londun, 1. 22 
Fesye. William, xii. 3(59 

Fetherstone. Edward, who called himself Edward 
VI.. committed to prison, xviii. 182 

Lionel, xxiii. 38 

Margaret, xxiii. 38 

Richard, xiii. 94 
Fetter, Nicholas, xxxiii. 100 
Fetterlock badge, xv. 222 ; xxix. 332 
Fettiplace, Eleanor, xii. 400 

John, xxxvii. 438 



Fettiplace, Mr., xii. 399 
Fetjs, John, xxxi. 89 
Fendum, meaning of, xxxix. 196 
Fevre, Jean de, xxii. 354 

Thomyn le, xxvii. 164 
Fewterer, Mr., xxv. 418 
Feynte, John, xliii. 214 
Ffeiffer, F., xliv. 109 
Fiana Finn, vii. 278, 282 
Fibula", see Brooches 
Fichade, xxxv. 234 
Fida, Africa, iv. 249 
Fiddlcman, error for Tiddyman, xxii. 34 
Field grieve, corporation office of, xlvi. 417 

-Horn, iii. 11 

Names, xlvi. 418; xlvii. 99. 114 

Harfiirlong, xlviii. 327 
Field, Mr., vii. 12(>; xxxiii. 205 

Richard, xiii. 1(>2 
Fieldinge, liaxil, xi. 211 
Fields, Teutonic words signifying, xvii. 1(!5 
Fiennes, barony of, iii. 200 
Fiennes, Herbert de, iii. 217 

James, lord Say arid Sole, xxix. 323 

Nathaniel, xiv. 120 

William, lord Say and Sele, letter of. to 

Robert Hammond, xix. 151 
Fierce, Fierges, French name for chess-queen, 

xi. 399 

Fieschi, Manuel, 1. 216 
Fife. Scotland, deanery of, xvii. 233 

Descent of English on coast of, xxvi. 325 
Fifield, Essex, celts found at, v. 116 
Fifteen penny land, xxxir. 53 
Fig, the, sacred to Bacchus, xix. 73 
Figs cods, xxv. 492 
Fig trees, x. 420 

Figbury-ring, Wiltshire, viii. 104, 106 
Fige, John, xxxi. 92, 94 
Figg, Martha, xxviii. 194 

William, xxxi. 438 
Fighting, presentments for, in manor of Bottcs- 

ford, Lincolnshire, 1. 373 
Figini, Ambrosio, xl. 16 






FIG-FIR 



263 



Figueroa, Gomes de, duke of Feria, vii. 114; 

xiii. 256 
Figure, carved in chalk, of human head from 

Csesar's camp, Folkestone, xlvii. 445, 458 
Female, stone, Asterabad, xxx. 250 
Fikes, Roger, xvi. 42, 66 
Fil, eastern name for chess-bishop, xi. 400 
Filacer, xiii. 192 
Filbie, William, xiii. 86 
Filder, Edward, xxxv. 450 
Fildernesse Wood, Essex, xi. 259 
Fildind, Sir William, xxi. 22 
Filell, John, xxxix. 443 

Richard, xxxix. 443 
Filey, Yorkshire, Roman milestone at, xxvii. 

404 

Filey Bay, Yorkshire, endeavour to prove it the 
Portus Felix or Sinus Salutaris of the 
Romans, xxv. 127 

Filey to Bridlington, map of coast, xxv. 144 
Filey Brig, xxv. 143 
Filip, Jarl (Norway), obit of, xlvi. 247 
Filkins, Oxfordshire, Anglo-Saxon cemetery at. 

xxxvii. 140 
Fille, Richard, vi. 197 
Filloll, Jasper, xxv. 391 ; xxvi. 448, 450 
Filmer, Henry, xxxix. 15 
Finaeus, Orontius, xliv. 238 
Fin Avon, Scotland, vitrified fort at, x. 147 
Finan, iv. 64 
Finch, earls of Nottingham and Winchelsoa, arms 

of, xlviii. 357 
Finch, Edmond, xxv. 383 
Heneage, xiii. 176 
Sir John, xxxviii. 240 

John, lord Finch of Fordwich, letter of 
Henrietta Maria, and of Elizabeth, 
queen of Bohemia, to, xxi. 474 
Finchale, Durham, ix. 314 ; x. 56 
Glass found at, xlvi. 247 
Mazer belonging to, in 1311, 1. 176 
Fincham, Norfolk, xxxii. 96 
Font at, x. 185 
Sedilia at, x. 293 



Fine-hot, Madame, xxviii. 197 

Finchingfield, Essex, xi. 59 

Finchley, Middlesex, plague at, xxxvii. 19 

Fin Cop, Derbyshire, xii. 328 

Findern, Derbyshire, cross on tympanum of 

church at, xlvii. 165 
Findon, Sussex, Roman pottery found at, xxi. 

547 

Findlater, Scotland, xxii. 424 
Fine for refusing wardenship, xlvi. 2'i 
Fine for renewal of leases, xlvi. 413 
Fiiu'e, Oronce, xxxiv. 259 ; xliv. 238 
FIXKGAX, .losKl'H THOMAS, on a cromlech in the 

county of Kilkenny, xvi. 2<!4 
Fines. Sir John. v. 233 ; xxv. :!'.'_' 
Fineux, Sir John, xxxvi. 23 
Fingall, vii. 2^2, 283 
Finiguerra, Maso, viii. 2 4 t 

llrni! WI:I.<;H DIAMOND, on specimens ( his 

works, xxxi. 404 
Finkley, Hants, i. 57 (a) (b), 0:5 (c) 

Farm, xxii. 50 

Finland, clench-bolts found in, xlvii. 437 
Finn, vii. -^'2 
Finn Mac Cul, vii. 282 
Finn Mac Cumal, vii. 282, 283 
Finr.es, Thomas, xxxi. 4(33 
Finsbury, Middlesex, the archers of, vii. 57 
Finsh, xiii. 341, 386 
Fintriche, Scotland, xiii. 198 
Florentine, Giovanni, xxxii. 430 
Fir Bolg, Belgic colonies in Ireland, xvi. 

109 
Fir-cone ornament (Roman) found at South 

Shields, xlvi. 170 
Fire arms, see Arms 

Fire. Aryan method of ignition, xlviii. 19 
Boote, x. 443 

Bottle with charms placed before, xlvi. 133 
-Brand, mark on cannon, xi. 438 
-Drill, the Aryan, xlviii. 296 

Used by the early Greeks, xlviii. 300 
The use of in India, xlviii. 322 
Easter, xxxiv. 52, 54 



264 



FIR-FIT 



Fire continued 

Manorial regulations for the prevention of, 

xlvi. 380 
Of London, debris of, in Warwick Square, 

xlviii. 222, 223 
On Midsummer Eve, viii. 215 
Ordeal by, xv. 19:5 ; xxxii. 263, 285 
-Pan, xxi. 2(36 
-Place. Roman, Bignor, Sussex, xviii. 213 

At Saint Antonin, France, xxxvi. 321 
Precautions against at Windsor castle in the 

sixteenth century, xlii. S3 
Sacred, at Rome, mode of rekindling, xlix. 

:>!::. :',!:, 

-Stones, iv. '.'5 

The fylfot connected with the idea of, 

xlviii. 2 '.'"> 
-Works, iii. 22 t 

-Worship, on tops of mountains, iii. 353 
r'irlc. Sussex, xlv. 1 17 

Beacon, potterv found at, xlvi. 463 
Firmament, >> ('cistunie 
Firmament, the creation of the, illumination of. 

xxiv. 34n 

Firmus. M. Cocecius, in. 12<); xxvii. 225 
Fisacrc, .Martin de. xl. 41'.' 
Fischer. -Mr., ii. '-ti:l 
Fish, bones of, at Pompeii, iv. 107 

Two mystic, sculptured at Hognaston church , 

Derbyshire, xlvii. 171 
,SV,- Shell-fish 

Fishbourne. Sussex, xlv. 144 
Fishe. Samuel, xlii. 377 

Walter, xvi. !1 
Fisher, Alice, xxxviii. 1U7 
Captain, xliv 419 
John, viii. 410; x. 80; xxiv. 314 
John, bishop of Rochester, iii. 213; xxiii. 75; 
xxiv. 173; xxvii. 365 
Answer to interrogatories, xxv. 95 
JOHN BRUCE on the death of, xxv. 61 
Letters of, xxv. 89 

Preached sermon on receipt of news 
of Flodden, xxv. 63 



Fisher continued 

Preached against Luther (1521), xxv. 63 
Prisoner in the Tower, xviii. 295 

Mr., viii. 294 ; xviii. 167 ; xxxviii. 106 

R. B., xxviii. 448 

Richard, xxxi. 463 

Sir Robert, xxxv. 310, 319 

Robert, xxv. 99 

Thomas, xii. 101, 114; xxvii. 122; xxxviii. 
432 ; xxxix. 493 

William, xxiii. 37, 39; xxxv. 474 
Fisherman's superstition, xlvii. 357 
Fish god, myth of the, xlvii. 354 
Fishing, manor presentments against, 1. 374, 380 
Fishlake, Yorks., sculptured medallion in church 

of, xlvii. 172 

Fishmongers' Company, xxx. 499, 506 ; xxxi. 
3S7 

Dagger of the, xxxi. 516 

Funeral pall belonging to the, xxxi. 515 

Hall of the, xxxi. 515 
Fishmongers' street, Winchester, i. 93 (a) (b), 

1U4 (r) 

Fishpole, Kent. i. 325 (a), 327 (6), 350 (c) 
Fiskerton, Nottinghamshire, xii. 37 
Fisscburne, Gilo de, xxxix. 443 
Fissheburnc, Thomas de, xxvi. 328 
Fithon, Thomas, xix. 77 
Fitlyng, Joan, xlii. 300 

John, xlii. 303 

Fitoll, Jasper, xxv. 391 ; xxvi. 448 
Fiton, Richard de, xix. 77 
Fittleworth, Sussex, xlv. 147 
Fittricke, Jone, xxxiv. 62 
Fitz Alan, Agnes, iii. 301 

Sir Brian, iii. 301 ; xxi. 212 

Brian le, xxxix. 443 

Henry, earl of Arundel, i. xix (a), xx (b) (c); 
iii. 244; iv. 311 ; xii. 377; xix. 263 
Confession of (1552), xviii. 171 

John, earl of Arundel, xx. 507 

Katherine, iii. 301 

Margaret, xxxviii. 41 

Roger, xxxvi. 403 









FIT 



265 



Fitz Alan continued 

Thomas, archbishop of York, memoir of, xx. 
47, 52, 195, 200 

Thomas, earl of Arundel, notice of, xx. 174 

Thomas, lord Maltravers {see Nicholas, Hist. 
Peerage, sub. voc.), i. 353 (a), 355 (fc), 
380 (c) 

William, carl of Arundel, xxvi. 281 ; xxxi. 

177 
Fitz Alulf, Arnaud, xxxvi. 403 

Constantino, xxxvi. 404 

William, xxxvi. 404 
Fitz Ahvyn, Henry, xxxvi. 403 
Fitz Anchor, Henry, iii. 297 
Fitz Baldric, Hugh, v. 193, 200 
Fitz Barnard, Rauf Ic, xxxix. 443 
Fitzburgh, lady, i. 371 (), 374 (f,), 399 (c) 
Fitz Coloin, Mons. le, xxxix. 443 
Fitz Count, Brian, xxvi. 459 

Maud, xxvi. 459 
Fitz Duncan, Agnes, iii. 28 

John, earl of Murray, iii. 28 
Fitz Eilwine, Henry, xxxvi. 402 
Fitzgarrad family, prisoners in the Tower, xviii. 

296 
Fitz Geoffrey, Charles, xxxiii. 208 

John, xxxix. 394 ; 1. 83, 92 

Maurice, xi. 257 
Fitzgerald, Gerald, earl of Kildare, xxxi. 169 

J. E., xxxi. 254 

Mr., exhibits bell of St. Senanus, xxi. 559 

Thomas, xxxiii. 67 

Inscription of, in Tower of London, xiii. 

98 

Fitzgerard, Morice le, xxxix. 443 
Fitz Gilbert, Constance, xii. 308, 313 

Ralph, xii. 308 ; xxxii. 340 
Fitz-Hamon, Mabile, iv. 135 

Sir Robert, iv. 135 

Robert, xiv. 147, 150 
Fitz Harding, Robert, xxxix. 198 
Fitz Harry, Thomas, xxix. 134 
Fitz Henrie, Sir Aucher, iii. 297 
Fitz Henry, Hue le, xxxix. 443 



Fitz Henry, Joan le, xxxix. 443 

Robert, xl. 450 
Fitzherbert, Sir Anthony, xxvii. 364 

Antony, xxxvii. 97 

Galfridus, xxxvi. 404 

Herbert, 1. 253 

John, xxxvii. 438 

William, archbishop of York, said to have 
been poisoned in the Kucharist, ix. 315. 
Fitz Henry, Thomas, xxxviii. 51 
Fit/. Hostes, Hue le, xxxix. 443 
Fit/.-Hugh, family, the progenitor of. xlvii. 1^2 
Fitz-Hugh. earl of Chester, xxiv. 2o''. 
Fit /- Hugh. Alice, v. 233* 

Kli/.abeth, v. 2:',:!* 

George . lord. v. 233* 

llainoii. xxxvi. 4dl 

Honrv. vi. ~>- 



Henry, lord. v. 33; xv. 32'i : xxii. 

Joanna, \'i. ~<~1 

Lord. Yorkist leader, xlvii. 'l~'l 

Hiehard, xxx. 22. s 

Uiclmrd, lord Fit/.hugh. i. 352 ( ). 35 1- (/,). 

379 (c) 

Thomas, xxxii. 294 
Fit/. Hunfrid, \\ illiain. xxxi. L'.'ll 
Fit/. Isabel. William, xxxvi. 4u2 
Fitz James. Alice, xxxv. 3U7 
Alured, xxxv. 30(J 
Isabel!, xxxv. 30S 
James, xxxv. 306' 

Sir John, xxvii. 3t!4; xxxv. 305, 300 
John, xxxv. 306 ; xxxvi. 25 
Nicholas, xxxv. 307 
Richard, bishop of London, xxxv. 305 
Fitz-Jocelin, Reginald, bishoj. of Batli, his epis- 
copate and share in building the cathedral 
church of Wells, 1. 295 
Fitz-John, John le, xxxix. 443 

Richard, 1. 83, 92 
Fitz-Lewis, Sir Henry, xxviii. 458 

Mary, xxviii. 458 
Fitz Libbin, Haukin, xxxi. 138 
Fitz Mahen, Philip le, xxxix. 443 
2 M 






266 



FIT 



Fitz-Marmaduke, Joan le, xxxix. 443 

John, xxi. 222 
Fitzmary, Simon, xv. 95 
Fitz Maurice, Gerald, xxii. 309 

James, xxviii. 141 

Maurice, xxii. 308 

Sir Thomas, xxxi. 147 

Walt IT, xxii. 3l IS, 309 
Fitz Nichol, Richard, xxxix. 143 
FitzNigel, arms of, at Milton, Cnmbs, v. 

34.-. 
Fitz-Xigel. Isolda, iii. 17 

Joan, in. 17 

John, in. 17 

Mahilhi-:. iii. I 7 

Kit-hard, hi.shop of London, xxxix. 301 

William, iii. I 7 
Fit/. ( >do. Kdward. iii. 20 
Fit/. Otho. lliiL-li, xvii. 2M9, 213, 29* 

Miiud. xvii. 21n 

Tln.ma*. xvii. 2n'.. 213 
Fit/. Otto. William, xvii. 208, 212 
Fit/. Oslicrn. William, i. 343 (n), 345 (li), 30! I (c) ; 

ii. 171 

Fit/. O.sbcrt. Kidiard. xxxii. 285 
Fit/.]>ayiie. Koliert. xxi. 223; xxxvii. 11* 
Fit/. IVircc. .- Fit/. Piers 
Fitz I'eter, Margery, xxxiii. 58 

Ralph, xxxiii. 58 
Fit/.Tiei-s. Geoffrey, xxi. 197; 1. S2, *5, 92 

John, 1. *3, 9u, !2 

Maud. xxi. 198 

Reginald, iii. 294; xxxix. 443 

William, xxi. 198 

Fitz Half, William, xxxix. 443 ; xliii. 222 
Fitz-Randolph, Sir Ralph, xvi. 344 

Henry, xlvii. 182 
Fitz-Riehard, John, xii. 367 

Sir Ralph, xxvi. 344 

Roger, xii. 26 
Fitz- Robert, Simon, xxxii. 87, 95 

Walter, xii. 40 
Fitz- Roger, Ranf de, xxxix. 443 

Robert le, xxxix. 443 



Fitzroy, lady Barbara, buried in Manchester 
cathedral, xxviii. 196 

Lady Charlotte, xii. 20 

Henry, dnke of Richmond and Somerset, 

xlvii. 332 
Fitz Simon, Sir Andrew, xxxiii. 70 

Joan le, xxxix. 443 

Katherine, xxxiii. 70 

Sir Richard, xxxi. 139 

Simon le, xxxix. 443 
Fitz Stephen, Geoffrey, xxxi. 184 

William, x. 51 

Mentions cock-fighting, iii. 147 
Fitz Stephens, Robert, xvii. 33 

William, v. 404 
Fit/. Thomas, John, xxxii. 291 

Maurice, xxii. 308; xxxi. 84 

Thomas le, xxxix. 443 

William, xlii. 399 
Fit/. Urse, Reginald, ix. 368; x. 335 

Robert, 1. 317 

Fit/waiter, lord, killed at Ferrybridge, ix. 254 
Fit/. Walter, Alexander, xxiii. 390 

Christiana, i. 48 (a) (b), 53 (c) 
Fitzwalter, the lords, xii. 26, 27 
Fitzwalter, lord, sec Ratcliffe, Henry ; Ratcliffe, 

.John 
Fitzwalter, Milo, xxi. 554 

Ralph, xxx. 227 

Sir Robert, xxvi. 344 

Robert, lord, v. 211, 213 

Robert, i. 48 (a) (b), 53 (c) ; iii. 127; viii. 
203 ; xii. 40 ; xxxix. 443 

Walter, lord, v. 211 ; ix. 255 ; xxii. 260 

Walter, xxxviii. 65 
Fitz Warine, Philip le, xxxix. 443 ; xlvii. 146 

Ralph, xxxi. 231 

Sir William, xxxi. 139 

William le, xxxix. 443 
Fitz Warren, Sir Fulk, iii. 301 

Fnlk, xxix. 411 ; xxxix. 443 
Fitzwarren, lord, see Bourchier, John 
Fitzwilliam, Edmund, xxxvi. 269 ; xlii. 401 

Elizabeth, xlii. 401 






FIT-FLE 



267 



Fitzwilliam continued 

George, x. 81 

Isabella, xlii. 401 ; 1. 182 

Joan le, xxxix. 443 

Sir John, xlii. 401 

John, xiii. 162 ; xx. 19 ; xlii. 402, 403 

Margaret, xlii. 403 

Mary, xli. 360 

Otto, xvii. 209, 211, 213 

Ralph, vi. 49, 50 ; xxxix. 443 

Sir Thomas, xlii. 399, 400 

Thomas, xvii. 318 

Sir William, vi. 180; xxi. 180; xxviii. 129; 
xli. 360 

William, earl of Southampton, xxiii. (>4 ; 
xxv. 510 ; xxxi. 177, 180 

William, xviii. 154; xlii. 390, 401 
Fitzwilliams, George, xxiii. 30 

Humphrey, x. 79, 80 

Sir William, xii. 374 

William, i. 357 (), 359 (/<), 3S4 (<) xxiii. 

30,31 

Fitz Wymond, Bering, xxv. 613 
Five Kings' Brook, Essex, xxxii. 402 
Flacourt, Mons., iii. 71 
Fladbury, Worcestershire, viii. 236 
Flaget of silver, xxi. 239 
Flagon, a paper mark, xii. 120 

Capacity of, xxi. 251 
Flail, iron, xviii. 283 
Flambard, Ralph, bishop of Durham, v. 201 > 

Grave of, xlv. 387 

Pastoral staff of, xlv. 388 

Seal of, xlvii. 177 

Flamborough Head, Yorks, xlv. 410 ; xlviii. 
388 

Endeavour to prove it the Ocellum Promon- 

torium of the Romans, xxv. 127 
Flamboyant, architectural term. xxv. 179, 

183 
Flamines, dedication to, found at Scupi, xlix 

120, 121 

Flamme, Peter, xxvii. 169 
Flamock, Sir Andrew, xli. 378 



Flamsted, Hertfordshire, nunnery of St. Giles- 

in-the-Wood at, xliii. 234 
Flanbergh, John, xliii. 70 
Klandan, see Costume 
Flanders, coinage of nobles in, xlvii. 143, 144, 

145, 155, 156 

Its relations with England, xl. 459 
Manufacture of transparent glass in, xlvi. 99 
Flanders, count of, killed at Cressy, inscription 

on his tomb, xxviii. 188 
Earls of, seals of, iv. 120, 122 
Forester of, iii. 200 
Hugh de, xxxviii. 272 
Isabella of, xxi. 308 
William, earl of, iv. 120 

Flashing glass, art (if. when known, xlvi. Ill 
Flasby, Yorks, sword found at, xlv. 253 
Flau nchford, Surrey, manor of. .\viii. 282 
Flauni'S, custards, pancakes, xliii. 181 ; xliv. 

298 
Flavian amphitheatre-, Home. TIH>MA< H.\i:i>wir-K 

on, vii. 3(i9 

Flavia CVsariensis, i. 21,S (<i). 219 (/,). 239 (c) 
Flavianus, Decimus 1'., ix. 235 
Flaxlcy, Gloucestershire, xviii. 43u 
Flaxman, William, xx. 39 
Flax merchants, tabernacle picture belonging to 

the, xlix. 254 
Flaxton, Yorks, vi. 42 
Flaying human bodies, vii. 317 
Fleance, viii. 325 
Fleechere, Thomas, xxxi. 20!^ 
Fleccius, Gerberius, xxxix. 40 
Flccher, Barnard, prisoner in the Tower, xviii. 

296 

Fleece, Golden, painting of, xii. 155 
Fleet, ships cruising in the (1515), xlvii. 301 

The Commonwealth, disaffection of, xlvi. 32 
Fleetwood, George, xxxi. 526 

William, i. v (a) (b) (c), ix (a) (6) (c) ; 
xxxix. 359 
Itinerarium ad Windsor of, JOHN BRUCE 

on, xxxvii. 351 
Fleg, Henry de, xxxi. 442 



268 



FLE-FLI 



Flemenefnrth, definition o e , xlvii. 127, 128 
Flemlose, Denmark, Rnnic stone at, xliii. 103 
Fleming, captain, xxxiv. 298, 317 
Jane, xlvii. 243 
John le, xliv. 381 
Mary, xlvii. 2K> 
Mr., xii. 375 

Richard, v 113; xxxvi. 320 
Robert, xi. 2 t."> 
Thomas, iii. 418; xxxii. 440 
Sir William, xxxv. 33S 

Flemings, in Wales, i. 2SC (a), 28S (I), 3U!> (c) 
Settled in Kngland in reign of William I., 

i\. .'!< i:l 
Tlir defeat of the. before Calais in 1430, 

satirical lines on, xxxiii. 129 
Flemish Imiid. iv. Ii ill 
Flemish origin of paint ing of St. (ieorge and the 

Drairon from Strawberry Hill, xlix. 240 
Flenbor:.'. Denmark, \xv. l.'Ii! 
Fletcher, a feat hercr of arrows, xvii. 2n."> 
Fletcher, C'hristophcr, xliii. 21s 
.loan, xxxv. 413 
lohn. xx\vii. I'.'.'i 
Mi-., xxxvii. 214 
Paul. vi. >."i 
Flete, Mr., xxv. 43d 
Flettchcre. Hie-hard, woolstapler's mark of, 

xxxvii. :>3, 3S9 
Fie u rentes, le mareshal do, -w La Mark, Robert 

dc 

l-'leur-de-lys, a paper mark, xii. ll."> 
Origin of the, xxxv. 53, 54 
Represented in diptych, xlix. '2~>'2 

In painting, xlix. 244 
Fk-ury abbey, Fi-ance, customs at, xlix. 231, 232, 

234 

Fleyte, Thomas, xxv. 426 
Flicciis, Gerbicus, xxxix. 22, 4(1 
Flinders, Mathcw, xxxviii. 4">3 ; xliv. 239 
Flint, Wales, castle of, vi. 364; xx. 71, 114, 127, 

129, 130, 158, 161, 168, 176 
Besieged by Llewellin, prince of Wales, xvi. 
32 



Flint and Stone Implements : 

Flint and stone implements, xv. 394 

Classification of, xxxv. 257 

Difference between old and new world types, 

xlvii. 157 

Arrow-heads, leaf shaped, xlii. 230 
Arrow - heads, form of, in America and 

Europe, xlvii. 160 

Hammers exhibited by Michael Lort, ii. 124 
Hammers, SAMUEL PKUOE on, ii. 124 
Hatchets, thought to be thunderbolts, ii. 118 
Implements, method of making, xlii. 33 
Implements in undisturbed beds of gravel, 

Ac., JOHN EVANS on, xxxviii. 280 
Implements in the drift, JOHN EVAXS on, 

xxxix. 57 

Knives for religious purposes, xxxviii. 266 
From Abbeville, France, xxxix. H3 

Alemannic graves, xxxvi. 138, 146 

America, North, ii. 119; xxxiv. 172 

Amiens, France, xxxix. 83 

Artois, France, ii. 121 

Baildon, Yorkshire, xxxi. 306 

Hertford, xxxix. S3, S4 

Bincombe, Dorsetshire, xliii. 408 

Brandon, Suffolk, xliii. 429 

Broadstairs, Kent, xlvi. 447 

Caburn, Sussex, xlvi. 440, 454, 462,470, 

47H. 479, 480, 481, 483, 489 
Calais wold, Yorkshire, xliii. 415 
Camerton, Somersetshire, xliii. 424 
Channel islands, xxxv. 257 
Chart park, Surrey, ix. 100 
Cissbury, Sussex, xlii. 60 ; xlv. 337 
Cocherell, Normandy, ii. 119 
Collingbourn, Wiltshire, xliii. 408 
Connemam, Ireland, xv. 394 
Cornish barrows, xlix. 189, 194 
Criche, Aberdeenshire, xliii. 411 
Derbyshire, xii. 329 
Dominica, xv. 408 

Drumkelin bog, Donegal, xxvi. 362, 363 
Ehenside tarn, Cumberland, xliv. 284- 
286 






FLI-FLO 






Flint and Stone Implements continued 
From Elbe, near the, ii. 118 

Folkestone, Kent, Caesar's camp, xlvii. 

438, 442-458 

Fyfield, Wiltshire, xlii. 194 
Galloway, Ireland, x. 481 
Garton, Yorkshire, xliii. 413 
Haversham, Westmoreland, ii. 125 
Hertfordshire, ii. 119; xxxix. 73 
Holsatia, ii. 125 
Hoxne, Suffolk, xiii. 204 ; xxxviii. 2.98 ; 

xxxix. 62 

Icklingham, Suffolk, xxxix. G3 
Kellythorpe, Yorkshire, xxxiv. 252, 253, 

258; xliii. 427 

Kennet, East, Wiltshire, xliii. 410 
Kennet, West, Wiltshire', xxxviii. 415, 

416; xlii. 229; xliii. 420 
Knowle, Dorsetshire, xliii. 424 
Langues do Chat, France, xxxviii. 291, 

295 

Llangollen, Wales, xliii. 416 
Llanmadoc, Wales, xliii. 412 
Lambourn, Berks., xliii. 418, 422 
Littleton Drew, Wilts., xlii. 230 
London, Gray's Inn Lane, xxxviii. 301; 

xlviii. 223 
Lough Xeagh, Ireland, JOHN EVAXS on, 

xli. 397, 401 

Maesmore, Wales, xliii. 412 
Menchecourt, France, xxxviii. 290 ; 

xxxix. 84 

Meriden, Surrey, ix. 100 
Montiers, France, xxxix. 83, 84 
Morgan's hill, Wiltshire, xliii. 418, 420 
Morridge hill, Staffordshire, ii. 121 
Moulin Quignon, France, xxxix. 84 
Netherlands, the, ii. 121 
Oldbury, Warwickshire, ii. 122 
Picardy, France, ii. 121 
Pickering, Yorkshire, xxx. 461 
Pistle Down, Dorsetshire, xliii. 414 
Pressigny le Grand, France, JOHN EVANS 

on, xl. 381 
Ranscombe, Sussex, xlvi. 474 



Flint and Stone Implements continued 

From Round way, Wiltshire, xliii. 418, 423, 
429 

Rudstone, Yorkshire, xliii. 419, 426 
Saint Acheul, France, xxxix. 83, 84 
Seal by, Yorkshire, xxx. 459 
Scarborough, Yorkshire, xxx. 4G1 
Scotland, ii. 119 

Shelford, Great, Berkshire, xliii. 420 
Somme, valley of the, France, xxxviii. 

291 

Slmrston, Cumberlanj, ii. 118 
Stanlake, Oxfordshire, xxxvii. 3G9 
Tregaseal, Cornwall, xlix. 194 
Tring, Hertfordshire, viii. 429 
Upton Lovel, Wiltshire, xv. \-l 
Wetton, Staffordshire, xxxviii. 302 
Wever hills. Staffordshire, ii. 121 
Wilsford, Wiltshire, .xliii. 411 
Winterbourne, Wiltshire, xlii. 194 : 

xliii. 408, 414. 42n, 431 
Wintcrslow, Wiltshire, xliii. 429 
Woodyates, Dorsetshire, xliii. 418 

Flints, not used by the ancients, i. 148 () (I). 

164 (t-) 
Used in building, iv. 106; xii. 178 

Flint workings at Cissbury, Sussex, Ki:\i:sr Hi:\n 
Wii.urrr on, xlv. 337 

Flisco, Lucas de, xxvi. 326 

Flithwythe, definition of, xlvii. 127, 128 

Flixborough, Lincolnshire, xl. 237 

Floddcn, the battle of, iv. 186 ; xxv. 63 ; xxxiii. 
338, 339 

Floor, John, xxviii. 9 

Floide, Morres, xxv. 424 

Floisis, France, xxvi. 359 

Flood, Mr., xlv. 102 

Flood, Owen, xviii. 333 

Floor, sloping, in Rochester cathedral, xlix. 332 

Flora, drawing of, from Pompeii, xxxi. 471 

Floraunce, the painter, xxxi. 209 

Flore, William, xxviii. 9 

Florence, Italy, bridge of Santa Trinita at, xvii. 

43,45 
Bronze statue of Cosmode Medici at, xviii. 195 



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FLO-FOL 



Florence continued 

Bronze statue of Ferdinand de Medici at, 

xviii. 195 

Cathedral of, abuse of sanctuary at, viii. 11 
Baptistry, xliv. 172 
Font in, x. 204 
Gothic glass in, xlvi. 13(5 
Mosaic of the Judgment in, xxxvi. 382 
Church of San Lorcn/o, xlv. -71 

Of Santa Maria dellc Fioro. xvii. 50 
Of Santa Maria Novella, painting of the 
Judgment by Orcagna at, xxxvi. 1584 
Of San Mimiato. xliv. 172; xlv. 271 
Convent of Annunziata, monument of 

fiuliclmus Balnis in, xviii. 194 
Represent at ion of temple of Vesta at,xlix. 390 
Statue of St. George by Donatcllo at, xlix. 

2'i ' 
I'lli/i at. diamond engraved signets in the, 

\lvii. PI |. 

Florence cloth. \\vi. 3. S 4 
Florentin. Antonio, xlii. 29! ' 
Florentines in Kn^land excommunicated by the 

jiojie. Iriiijt. Kdward III., xxii. 24s 
Settle in Filmland, /.,/.. F.dward 1 II. .xxii. 2:i9 
Florida. America, discovery of, xl. S 

Class beads fniin. xlv. 3MS 
Florie.-. Kssex. the manor of, xii. l!T 
Florin. John. \\vii. 1 14 
Floris, Fran/, xxxix. 53 
Floru- liurv. I)oi--ctshirc, xli. :{91 
Floras and Lauras, i he two martyrs, xlix. 63, 04 
Flory, tlohn, xxi. 23 
Flote, Doi-setshire, viii. 230 
Flote, a bowyer's tool, xxxvii. 337, 342 
Flotmanby, Yorks., xxv. 142 
Flourdew. William, xliii. 271 
Flow, a swamp, xvi. 350 
Flowar, John, xxxv. 4;J7 
Flower, Christopher, xlv. 96 

Francis, xxiii. 33; xxv. 103, 106 

J. Wickham, xxxviii. 296 ; xxxix. 59 ; xlii. 

441 ; xliii. 289, 367 
William, torture of, xviii. 181 



Flowerdew, Mr., xxv. 565 

Serjeant, xxvi. 296 
Flowerpot, a papermark, xii. 120 
Flowers, custom of placing on graves, xlix 

103, 104 

Floyd, Margaret, xxviii. 194 
Floyde, Evan, xliv. 418 
Floyer, Sir John, x. 220 
Floyre, William, xxviii. 21 
Flues, in walls, iv. 385 
Fluid, found in an urn, xiv. 221 
Flush, a term used in playing at cards, viii. 

132, 150 

Flusrugge, a wood, xxxvii. 305 
Flute, a musical instrument, vii. 220 ; xxi. 554; 

xxii. 311 

Flutes, found at Pompeii, iv. 161 
Fly, to be burnt if it falls into eucharistic chalice. 

xi. 353 
FI.Y, HcxiiY, on nunnery in the Minories, London, 

xv. 92 

Flyboat, description of, xlvi. 2(J 
Flyete. Mr., xxv. 421 
Flynt. (ialfrid le, xxxvii. 278 

Mr., i. 356( tt ),:j5(i), 383 (c) 
Flynte, Richard, xxxix. 25 
Fobbanwylle, Wilts., xxxv. 273 
Foche, John, xv. 290 
Fodder, a weight of lead, xli. 340 
Foghelyng, Klplier, xlv. 435 
Fiihr, Denmark, the island of, xxxvii. 384 
Foggia. Italy, iv. 19S 
Fogo, George, xxxviii. 317 
Foix, count de, x.\. 61 

Mons. de, xxxviii. 317 
Fokyszate, Herefoi-dshii-e, ii. 330 
Fol, name of chess-bishop, xi. 401 
Folcard, Ralph, xxx. 218, 222 
Folegambe, Thomas, xxxix. 443 
Foleschank, Ralph, xvi. 41, 64 
Foleth, Helyas, xlv. 449 
Folkingham, Lincolnshire, xxiii. 32 
Foliage scroll, on sculptured stones, 1. 293 
Foliot, Richard, xxxix. 443 









FOL 



271 






Foliot, Saunsum, xxxix. 443 

Foljambe, Mr., xxxii. 75 

FOLKES, MARTIN, i. xxxiii (a), xxxiv (b), xxxv 

(c), xxxvii (a), xxxviii (b), xxxix (c) 
On Trajan's and Antonine's columns at 

Rome, i. 117 (a) (6), 130 (c) 
On brass equestrian statue at Rome, i. 122 

(a) (b), 135 (c) 

Folkestone, Kent, xi. 42 ; xxxiv. 241 
Barony of, xxxi. 217, 218, 219 
Bricks stamped with coat of arms found. at, 

xvi. 364 

Caesar's Camp at, excavations at, xlvii. 429 
Roman remains found on the Castlo Hill at, 

xlvii. 434 

Folkestone, Odo de, xxxi. 230 
Folkingharn, Lincolnshire, ii. 300 ; xxiii. 32 
Folk-lore, Magic : 

Abracadabra, xxx. 42G 
Adder stones, xliii. 496 
Alchemy, xl. 389 

Amulets, i. 216 (a), 217 (1), 237 (c) ; viii. 
183; x. Ill; xii. 329; xviii. 3U7 ; xix. 
72, 412 ; xx. 170; xxix. 372; xxx. 426 
Alfred's jewel, ii. 73 
From Caburn, xlvi. 425 
Egyptian, iv. 253 ; xxxvi. 16!) ; xlvi. 

80 

The fylfot used as, xlviii. 323 
Of Harpocrates, ii. 38 
Roman, ii. 37 
On Trajan's column, ii. 37 
From Winterbourne Stoke, Wiltshire, 

xliii. 431 

Anamzaptus, xxx. 427 
Ananyzapta, xviii. 307 
Apple stuck with nuts, xv. 159 
Apple cradle, xlviii. 147 
Ass, hoof of, xxi. 121 
Axinomancy, xliii. 517 
Baptism, prognostic from, xi. 118 
Barrow, haunted by sprites, xlviii. 254, 

255 
Bed-time, charms for, xxvii. 253 



Folk-lore, Magic continued 
Bar guest, xvii. 140 
Bead to charm water, xlv. 298 
Berchta Frau, xxxvii. 90 
Bird with white breast haunts the family of 

Oxenham, xxxiii. 64 
Bleeding, charm to hinder, xxx. 401 
Book, on which if a man .swore falsely his 

eyes would drop out of his head, xxx. 

45 
Books, spirits which distinguished true from 

false books, xxxii. 341 
Bottles, charms buried in. xlvi. 133 
Box (Buxus Sempervirens), thrown into 

graves, xxviii. ti 
Bridge, superstitions, xxxviii. 61 
Camphor, properties of, xxi. 127 
Cancer cured by kissing Saint Peter's chains, 

ii. 62 

Castle gates open of themselves, xxxvii. 5 
Cattle, necdfire used to cure. xvii. 161 
Cement, a cure for fever, xlv. 2~'.> 
Charm, Siberian, ii. 225 
Charms not to be used in duels, xx. 1~U 
Charm to kill Henry VII., xxvii. 174 

Roman knight put to death for wear- 
ing, i. 216 (a). 217 (/.). 237 (r) 

The fylfot used as, xlviii. 323 
Chastity, gem to secure, xxi. 126 
Chess, rune to ensure victory at, xxiv. 27S 
Chimney, charms placed in, xlvi. 133 
Christians, early, belief of, in magic, xlviii. 

242 

Church porch, watching, xvii. 166 
Cock, crowing of, iii. 136 
Cock, red, xl. 397 
Coin, inscription on intended to make the 

owners invulnerable, iii. 319 
Coinage, word-charm perhaps used on, temp. 

Edward III., xlvii. 141 
Corn, religious sentiment against destraying, 

xlvi. 375 
Corpse, sailors' superstition as to, xxvi. 436, 

442 



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FOL 



Folk-lore, itagic continued 
Cramp rings, xxi. 122 

Made from walrus tooth, xxiv. 248 
Crane, the, xxxiv. 2(51 
Criminals, charms of, xxi. 122 
Customs, popular, connected with Cornish 

barrow, xlix. 197 
Crystal, magic, xl. 397 
Dav.s. good nnd evil, xxx. 423 
Death, signs of, xxxiii. 64; xlv. 163 

Voluntary, of a friend, cause of long 

life. i. li:> (a) (l>), 127 (f) 
Demons, expelled l>y holv water, xlvi. 133 
Denniark. buried chai-ms used in. xlvi. 13:5 
Devil, attempts t<> build a bridge, xxxi. 

4.M 

Devil's churchyard, xlii. 2-1-S 
Devil. Hints carried by. ix. lul 
Disease, cliarm against, xlvi. 133 

\Viinl-ehanns for cure of. xlviii. 262, 263 
Distaff. Saint, .\\.\vii. !M 
Dittanv. v. I'lt 
Divination, xii. !> 

liv fi\ e stcnies. vii. 16S 
Divinint: rod. xxxiii. 2!'S; xlviii. 296 
Doliliies. demons attached to houses, xvii. 

1 U 

Doorstep, eliarins liurie<l under, xlvi. 13:5 
Dragon, legend, xxxiii. 56 

Transformation of a woman into, xlviii. 

5s 

Dreams, viii. Is2 
Dropsy, xxx. -127 
Dumb cake, xvii. 160 
Egg shells, xvii. 166 
Klf-stones, xlvi. 184 
Emeralds, why used in rings, xxi. 126 
Entrenchments, Irish, haunted, xxiii. 81 
Eotenas, xxxii. 316 

Ethelbert of Kent, superstition of, 1. 198 
Evil eye, xxii. 43; xxxrii. Ill ; xlii. 125 
Evil eye, bas-relief representing, xix. 70 t 

99 
Eyes, charm for, xxx. 399 



Folk-lore, Magic continued 

Eyes washed with water from the font, xi. 

127 
Eyes, disease of, sapphire used for, 1. 444, 

469 

Fairies, xlvi. 177; xlix. 103, 189 
Falling sickness, charms for, xxx. 399 
Fascinatio, xix. 70 
Festers, charm for, xxx. 402 
Fever, charms for, xxx. 400, 403 
Fire, bottle with charms placed before, xlvi. 

133 

Fisherman's superstition, xlvii. 357 
Fonts to be kept locked for fear of witch- 
craft, x. 207, 222 

Superstitious use of water in, xlvi. 225 
Foundation of houses, charms buried under, 

xlvi. l:l:5 

Furstowk holies, xlvi. 37G, 379 
Callows, xxi. 122, 124 
Gem for women in childbirth, xxx. 444, 

4 15 

(Jems, virtues of, xxx. 438, 417 
Genii, xlvi. 178, 17!>, 180 
Ghosts, xlii. US 
(liant, Yoton, xxxii. 316 
Giants in Lancashire, xxxi. 452 
Gibbets, xxi. 122, 124 
Gill's Graves, xlvi. 426 
Girdle of chastity, xxxii. 282 
Gold, coat of, worn by a spectre, xxvi. 425 
Good people, xxiii. 81 
Griggirries, charms called, xiii. 227 
Hair cuttings used as charms, xlvi. 133 
Heads, human, used in magic, xxxvii. 324 
Hemp seed, xvii. 166 
Heron, the, xlv. 163 
Hobgoblin slaying, xvii. 146 
Horn, magical, xxxii. 283 
Horses shod by Wayland Smith, xxxii. 313 
Horses drinking, xxxii. 184 
Images, waxen, xl. 395 
Jasper, why used in rings, xxi. 126 
Jet, virtues of, xliii. 517 



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273 



Folk-lore Magic continued 
Jotens, xxxii. 316 
Knots, magic, viii. 189 
Lincoln, diocese of, writ against magic in, 

xx. 170 

Lincolnshire charms, xlvi. 133 
Lots, divination by, xxviii. 330 ; xxxvii. 

381,382; xlii. 124 
Love charm, xxx. 395 
Lykc wake, xxxi. 502 
Magic, documents of the reign of Elizabeth 

relating to, xl. 389 
Mal-Occhio, see Evil eye 
Mandrake, xxi. 132 
Mans, forest of, spectre in, xx. 170 
Medicines, medieval, xxx. 349 

Temp. Henry VIII., xlviii. 326 
Money, bent, xxxviii. 270 
Monsters, one-eyed, myth of, xlviii. 1574 
Moon superstitions, xxi. 121 ; xxx. 423 
Moss growing on skulls, xxxvii. 4 
Nails, parings of, as charms, xlvi. 285 
Necromancy, xlii. 237, 239 
Needflre, xvii. 161 
Numbers, xxx. 427 
Orange stuck with cloves, xv. 159 
Odin's stone, Orkney, xxxiv. 101, 113 
Omen, viii. 312 
Ordeals, xxxii. 263 
Orthon, a spirit, xx. 170 
Oryence, a spirit, xl. 391 
Oxen, v. 164 ; xxxii. 184 
Ferrers Alice, a magician, xxii. 236 
Phallus, the, a charm, xix. 72 
Pictures, charms, xxii. 236 
Pigs, x. 457 
Pins, pricking images with, xl. 395 

pricking witches with, xxxii. 276 
Plague, charm against, xxi. 117 
Poison, xxvi. 277 
Prester John, xxi. 391 
Prophecy, old, concerning birth of prince at 

Windsor, xlvi. 285 
Rain, charm for, ii. 47 



Folk-lore Magic continued 

Ravens, burnt, cure for the gout, xxx. 397 

Rings, amulet, xix. 412 ; xxi. 29, 121 

Rings of forgetfulness, xxii. 236 

Rings, magical, xlviii. 242 

Rings of memory, xxii. 236 

Ring of Solomon, xxi. 124 

Rowan tree, xlii. 125 

Runic, xxi. 135 

Saint Agnes, feast of, xvii. 166 

Saint Mark, eve of, xvii. 166 

Saint Paul, feast of, xvii. 166 

Salmon, ii. 17 

Sapphics, charm called, xiii. 229 

Scarabaeus, iv. 253 

Scutum Davidis, a charm against fire, viii. 

189 

Shadow, xxxii. 43 
Sheoges, xxiii. Si 
Serpents, v. 164 
Silver, sacramental, used for making riii<r>' 

to cure tits, xxi. 29 
Small-pox, charm for, xxx. 4'2i! 
Smith, \Vayhmd, legend of. xxxii. i>13. .'!!". 
Soldiers, phantom, xxxvii. 5 
Solomon, xxi. 28 
Spinning, xxxvii. 91, 9S 
Spirits, protecting, belief in, xlvi. IM.I, Is I 
Sprites, barrow haunted by, xlviii. 254, 255 
Stones of stone circles once human beings, 
xxv. 199 
Pilgrimage of country people to, xlix. 

197 

Storms raised by magic, xii. 496 
Superstitions, popular, xlvi. 133, 186, 225 
Connected with sun and holed stones in 

Cornwall, xlix. 182 
Againfit search for gold in Bosnia, xlix. 

13 

As to treasure finding, xlix. 46, 85 
Talisman, Mithraic, xlviii. 370 
Tananizapta, xviii. 308 
Teraphim, xxi. 132 
Tetragrammaton, xviii. 308 
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Folk-lore Magic continued 

Toad bit, a disease in cattle, xvii. 161 
Toothache, charm for, xxx. 397 
Tieasure, burii'd, legend of, xlviii. 359 

Bosnian superstition concerning, xlix. 

13 

Enchantments to find, xlviii. 254 
Supposed to exist in ancient monu- 
ments, xlix. 85 
Turkish superstition concerning, xlix. 

46 

Trcasnre-trove, legend of, xlix. 159 
Trees floating, sign of death in the Brereton 

family, .\\.\ni. 64 
Trees, superstitious reverence for by 

Urittms. xlviii. 2.'!4 
Tremella Xoxtoc. said to fall from heaven, 

x x x v i i . ! 
Twigs, a protection against witchcraft, xlv. 

326 

\ iiK'orn. tradition of, xlviii. 358 

I nicorn's Imrn. xxvi. '277 

I rns. burial, superstitions regarding, xxxvii. 

47<; : xlii. 435 
\\ all-roots of houses, charms buried under, 

xh-i. l:::; 

A\ arts, charms for, xxxvii. 98 
Water, boiling, xxvi. 'J21 
Water, charm for, xlv. 29S 
Water turned into blood, xxxvii. 5 
Wedding party turned into swine, xxv. 54 
Well dressing, .xxxvii. 116 
Well worship, x.xxvi. 178 
Wells, votive offerings to, xlvi. 447 
Wise man, xvii. 1G3 
Witchcraft, xxx. 17:2; xxxii. 276 

Used to find hidden treasure, xlviii. 255 

Used to find stolen goods, xlviii. 262 
Worms, charm for xxx. 402 
Wounds, charm for, xxx. 401 
Yotens, xxxii. 316 
Zornebock, a spirit, xxxv. 406 
Folliart, Ralph, xxxv. 342 
Fons Frigidus, France, the abbey of, xlv. 433 



Fontaine collection, mazer from the, 1. 168 
Fontaine-sur-Somme, France, xxviii. 172 
Fontana di Papa, Italy, xlv. 376 
Fontanas, Girard de, xxvi. 359 
Fontange, see Costume 
Fonte, Richard de, xxiv. 130 

Roger de, xxxvii. 275 

Vincent de, xxv. 614 

Fontenu, L'Abbe, i. 256 (a), 258 (6), 278 (c) 
Fontesccco, Vincenti de, xxxiii. 222 
Fontevrault, France, abbey of, xxxiv. 283 

Mortuary chapel at, xxxiv. 285 

Richard I. buried at, xxix. 203 

Tombs of Henry II. and Richard I. at, xxxiv. 

283 

Font-froide, France, abbey of, xlv. 433 
Fonts : 

Blessing of, iii. 407 ; x. 212, 218 

CAHTK, SA.MUI:I,, on, x. 208 

C'l.AItKK, ClIAKI.KS, On, XI. 149 

Cloth for, xxvi. 336 

Cover for, x. 206, 207 

Dedication of, xxv. 269 

DK.N.NI:, SAMI 1:1,, on, xi. 108 

Expense of making, x. 196 

Fastenings for, x. 207 

Font, meaning of, x. 201 

Font-stone, payment of money on, x. 213 ; 

xi. 152 

Glass, made at Crutched Friars, xlvi. 98 
Hole in bottom of, x. 221 
Idol, font called an, x. 209, 218 
Lead, fonts of, x. 187; xi. 122; xxix. 19, 

24 

Lent, fonts to be closed in, x. 211, 222 
Locked, fonts to be kept, x. 206, 222; xi. 

120 ; xli. 339, 341 
Octagon, form of, verses on, x. 199 
BKPYOX, JOHN ADET, on, xvi. 335 
Sepulchral monument, x. 200 
Superstitious use of water in, xlvi. 225 
Taper of font, i. 12 (a) (6), 13 (c) ; xjtxv. 423 
Use of fonts declining in eighteenth century, 

x. 219 



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Fonts at : 

Albury, Herts, x. 190 

Alphinston, Devon, z. 188 

Ancaster, Lincolnshire, x. 188 

Angers, France, xxxiv. 280 

Ambresbury, Wilts, x. 186 

Arrington, Cambs, x. 189 

Ashover, Derbyshire, x. 188 

Baddingham, Suffolk, x. 192 

Bakewell, Derbyshire, x. 188 

Barking, All Hallows, Middlesex, x. 208. 

Barnard Castle, Durham, x. 191 

Barnwood, Gloucester, x. 187 

Basing, Hants, x. 205 

Bedford, Saint Cuthbert's, xvi. .335 

Belaugh, Norfolk, xvi. 33G 

Bennington, Lincolnshire, x. 193 

Berkeley, Gloucestershire, x. 189 

Beverley Minster, Yorks, x. 18G 

Binham abbey, Norfolk, x. 192 

Blickling, Norfolk, xvi. 336 

Bocherville, Saint George's, France, xxv. 1G4 

Bolton-in-Bolland, Yorks, xi. 429 

Borse, Denmark, xli. 467 

Bos worth Market, Leicestershire, x. 195 

Bowes, Yorks, x. 189 

Bradfield, Suffolk, x. 199 ; xvi. 33G 

Brandeston, Suffolk, x. 199 

Breedon, Leicestershire, x. 194 

Breteuil, France, xxv. 164 

Bridekirk, Cumberland, ii. 131 ; xiv. 113 ; 

xxviii. 347 ; WILLIAM HAMPER on, xix. 

379 

Brighton, Sussex, x. 188, 209, 217 
Brockdish, Norfolk, x. 207 
Brookland, Kent, x. 187 ; xiiv. 145, 186 
Broxbourne, Herts, x. 190 
Bryanston, Dorset, x. 200 
Burbage, Leicestershire, x. 194 
Burgh, Suffolk, x. 198 
Burnham Deepdale, Norfolk, x. 177; xliv. 

144 

Cambridge, Saint Peter's, xvi. 335 
Canterbury cathedral, Kent, xi. 143 



Fonts continued 

Canterbury, Saint Martin's, x. 197 

Carentan, France, xxv. 1G4 

Carlisle cathedral, Cumberland, x. 192 

Charsfield, Suffolk, x. 199 

Chichester cathedral, Sussex, x. 193 

Childerditch, Essex, xvi. 33G 

Clifton, Oxon, xi. 122 

Cobham, Kent, x. 192 

Colcshill, Warwick, x. 189; xlvii. 168 

Cottesmore, Rutland, xlvii. 168 

Culpho, Suffolk, x. 198 

Dadlington, Leicester, x. 199 

Dalgaron, Scotland, xi. 106 

Darent, Kent, viii. 232 : x. 189; xi. 122 

Dcnham, Bucks, x. 190 

Denton, Sussex, x. 1SS 

Dereluuu, East, Norfolk, x. 196; xliv. 223 

Digswell, Herts, x. 1SS 

Doncaster, Yorks, x. 193 

Dorchester, Oxon, x. IS? 

Drayton, Norfolk, xvi. 335 

Duclair, France, xxv. 164 

Dunscore, Scotland, xi. 107 

Eardesley, Herefordshire, xxx. 03 

Earl's Soliam, Suffolk, x. 19S 

Kasby, Yorks, x. 189 

Eastbourne, Sussex, x. 189 

Egleton, Rutland, xlvii. 173 

Elmswell, Suffolk, x. 194 

Elsing, Norfolk, xvi. 33G 

Everingham, Yorks, x. 188 

Fakenham, Norfolk, x. 193 

Farningham, Kent, x. 192 ; xi. 123 

Farringdon, Berks, x. 193 

Felixstow, Suffolk, x. 192 

Fincham, Norfolk, x. 185 

Folkestone, Kent, Cwsar's camp, xlvii. 444, 

457, 462, 464 
Gaeta, Italy, xi. 115 

Grantham, Lincolnshire, x. 192 ; xliv. 223 
Grundisborongh, Suffolk, x. 198 
Hackington, Kent, x. 193 
Hampstead Norris, Berks, xxxi. 478 
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Fonts continued 

Harbleclown, Kent, x. 186 

Haiilres, Kent, x. 189 

Hare wood, Yorks, x. 199 

Hnskerton, Suffolk, x. 198 

Hastings, Sussex, Saint Clement, x. 192 

Haute Allenmgne. France, xxv. 165 

Hawsted, Suffolk, x. 207 

Hempsted, Gloucester, x. 186 

Hendon, Middlesex, x. 190 

Hevcum-ham. Suffolk, x. 198; xvi. 336 

Hevdoii. Norfolk, xvi. 336 

Hitcliin. Hefts, x. IN!' 

Hor.-ham. Saint Faith, Norfolk, xvi. 336 

Illley, Oxoii. x. I'.'U 

It's. France, xxv. 1<>"> 

Ham. Defl.yshife. 1. 2!U 

Inirleton. Yofks, xlvu. llill 

Intrwnrt h. Norfolk, xvi. 336 

I>li|i. ( )xoii. \ iii. 'J-'i'J 

.1 uniit^es. Ffanc'e, xxv. 164 

Kc^'Worth. Leicester, x. I '.It 

Kcttlcstone. Noffolk, x. l'.i:i 

Kiddinj.'ton, < )xon. x. 1*7 

Kilvington, South, Yorks, xvi. 341 ; xvii. 324 

Kinj.'.sliufv, .Middlesex, x. ls!( 

Kirby Helei-s, Leicester, x. 1!'") 

Kirkhurn. Yorks, xlvii. 1611. 177 

Kirkham priory, Yorks, xxi. 1(50 

Kirton-in-IIolland, Lincoln, x. 200 

Lantwardine, Hereford, x. 199 

Laxford. Suffolk, x. I!*'-', 198 

Laxton. Northants, xvi. 33.') 

Leicester, x. 209, 223 

Lenton, Notts, xlvii. 168 

Letheringham, Suffolk, x. 199 

Lcverton, Lincoln, x. 193 

Lewes, Sussex, x. 188 

Lincoln cathedral, x. 223 

Lindfield, Sussex, xvi. 336 

Llancaut, Gloucester, xxix. 19 

Lockington, Leicester, x. 189 

London, St. Paul's cathedral, xi. 152 

Luton, Beds, x. 195, 206; xi. 120 



Fonts continued 

Lytchett-Maltravers, Dorset, x. 191 

Maplestead, Essex, x. 188 

Melbourne, Derbyshire, xiii. 308 

Melton, Suffolk, x. 192; xliv. 223 

Meon, East, Hants, x. 183 

Milan, Italy, Saint Tecla, x. 199 

Morton, Scotland, xi. 106 

Mouswaid, Scotland, xi. 107 

Muston, Leicester, x. 194 

Neswick, Yorks, x. 188 

Newark, Notts, x. 200 

Newminster, Northumberland, xi. 137 

Northnw, Herts, x. 195 

Offlmm, Kent, xi. 123 

Orford, Suffolk, x. 200 

Oxford, Saint I'eter's, i. 151 (a) (6), 168 (c) ; 

x. 188 

O/.leworth, Gloucester, x. 189 
Paris. Notre Dame, x. 208 
Penshurst, Kent, x. 192 
Perran/abuloe, Cornwall, xlvii. 169 
Playford, Suffolk, x. 198 
Pont a MniiNson, France, xlvii. 164 
Pont Audemer, France, xxv. 165 
Preshute, Wilts, x. 186 
Rainham, Essex, xvi. 335 
Rochester, Saint Nicholas, Kent, xi. 134 
Rome, Italy, x. 208 ; xl. 202 
Komsey, Hants, xi. 136 
Botherfield Grays, Oxon, x. 186; xi. 151 
Roydon, Essex, x. 190 
Sad bum, Suffolk, x. 190 
Saint Alban's, Herts, xi. 135 
Saint Osyth, Essex, x. 195 
Scotland, xi. 106 
Sedgbrook, Lincolnshire, x. 186 
Sesincote, Oxon, xvi. 335 
Sharnborne, Norfolk, x. 186 
Shepey, Great, Leicester, x. 194 
Sherborne, Dorset, xi. 136 
Shorne, Kent, x. 192 ; xi. 123 ; xlii. 295 
Sittingbourn, Kent, x. 192 
Southfleet, Kent, x. 191 ; xi. 123 ; xlii. 295 



FON-FOR 



277 



Fonts continued 

Stamford, Lincoln, x. 193 ; xvi. 335 

Stanintield, Suffolk, xi. 406 

Stansted, Essex, x. 189 

Stevenage, Herts, x. 190 

Stifford, Essex, xvi. 336 

Stoke Poges, Bucks, x. 186 

Stone, Kent, xxxi. 478 

Stradbrook, Suffolk, x. 198 

Stratford, Yorks, x. 193 

Stukely, Bucks, x. 188 

Stuntiiey, Cambs, xvi. 335 

Subles, France, xxv. 164 

Sudbury, Suffolk, x. 206 

Swanton Abbot, Norfolk, xvi. 336 

Thorpe Salvin, Yorks, xii. 207, 209; xliv. 
180 

Tliurcaston, Leicester, x. 195 

Tickencote, Rutland, x. 190 

Tickhill, Yorks, x. 193 

Tidenham, Gloucester, xxix. 19 

Ubbeston, Suffolk, x. 198 

Ufford, Suffolk, x. 194, 206 

Upminster, Essex, xvi. 336 

Vaueelles, France, xxv. 164 

Walmsford, Northants, x. 187 

Walsingliam, Norfolk, x. 192 

Walton-on-the-Hill, Surrey, xi. 122 

Wandsford, Northants, xvi. 335 

Ware, Herts, x. 195 

Wareham, Dorset, x. 187 

Wellesborne, Warwick, x. 193 

Wells, Norfolk, xvi. 336 

Whaddon, Bucks, x. 189 

Whitwick, Leicester, x. 194 

Wigmore, Hereford, x. 199 

Wilby, Suffolk, x. 198 

Wilmington, Kent, xi. 122 

Wimpole, Cambs, x. 186 

Winchester cathedral, Hants, x. 214 ; xi. 

133, 134, 139 ; xlvii. 163 
Winterborne Whitchurch, Dorset, x. 194 
Woodbridge, Suffolk, x. 192 
Worlingworth, Suffolk, x. 206 



Fonts continued 

Worstead, Norfolk, xvi. 336 
Wrangle, Lincoln, x. 193 
Wroth, Sussex, xvi. 336 
Zedelgliem, Belgium, xlvii. 164 
Food, common rights of, 1. 197 
Fool, the king's, temp. Edward II., xxvi. 344; 

temp. Henry VIII., xxxi. 2U7 
To Henry VIII., William Somers, ix. 249, 

252; xii. 374 

The, of the kitchen, xxv. 507, 508, 548 
Fools, xxv. 547 ; xxxv. 9 
Abbot of, xv. 227 

Girdle of, in Dijon cathedral, xv. 2.')2 
Bishop of, xv. 227 
Feast of, xxxi. l-lis 

At Beverley, xv. 2:il 

Forbidden by Grustete, bishop of Lin- 
coln, xv. 2.!n 

FKANCIS Dutvi; on, xv. 225 
Girdle worn ;it, xv. 22") 
Oilice-book for, xv. 2.'in 
Staff lor, at St. Paul's, London, 1. 44U. 

44S, 472, 4SO 

Foolscap, a paper mark, xii. 117 
Foolscap paper, derivation of name, xii. 119, 121 
Foord, Thomas, xiii. M> 
Foot, human, wooden figure of, found at Praeneste. 

xlii. 486 

Votive, offered by Xantippus, ix. 183 
Foot, Thomas, xlv. 9S 

Foot-ball iii churchyards forbidden, xii. 20 
Footprint on Roman tile, xxxi. 343 
Of animals on tiles, xxii. 340 
Sacred, of Buddha, xlvii. 311 
Foots Cray, Kent, viii. 220 
FORBES, CIIAHI.KS, on stone monument in the 

Friendly Islands, xxxv. 496 
Jane, xxviii. 205 
Sir Robert, xxviii. 205 
Forbury, a green at Reading, Berks, vi. 62 
Forceps, bronze, found in the Thames, xxx. 548 
Forces, sea and land, an expedient to pay, by 
FABIAN PHILIPPS, xiii. 185 



278 



FOR 






Forcct, Yorks, gee Forset 
Ford, signification of, ii. 152 
Ford, Philip, xlvii. 86 

William, xx. 204 
Ford abbey, Devonshire, xx. 194 
Forde, Somersetshire, xxxi. 192 
Forde, Adam de In, xxxvii. 283 

Arnold de la, xxxvii. 278 

Kninia de la, xxxvii. 278 

Richard. xl. 320 

Robert de la, xxxvii. 278, 283 
Fordingbridge. Hants, xlii. .'!02 
Fordinirton. Dorsetshire. discovery of burial-place 

at. xviii. 421 

Fordwich. Kent, riirlit of pre-emption in, I. 210 
ForefaiiLr. meaning of, vni. 333 
Fnreland. the North (Ptolemy), xlviii. 388 
Forelles. sheepskins used for binding, xlvii. 335 
Forest deities, supposed origin of Matrona' from, 

x 1 v i . 1 7 1 i 

Forest laws, exemption from, tiinp. Henry III., 
NV. 'J"'. 1 : in Sent land, early, v. 222 

Fines I',,]- cutting trees, at Scottcr, Lincoln, 



Forest nak, lemaiiis of ancient Idling found at 

1'levlje. xlix. 41 

Forest submerged, found in Lincolnshire, 1. 3(59 
Forest. Robert, xxv. 440 

Thomas, burnt for heresy in Edinburgh 

( I."i3!), xxii. 7 
Foresta. Guido de, ix. 134; xxxi. 189 

Peter de, xxvi. 31-3 
Forest nri us. duties of the, xv. 211 
Forester, represented on the JJruce horn, iii. 25 
Forester, mode of spelling and pronouncing, xlvi. 

384 

Forester, title of Counts of Flanders, iii. 200 
Forester, Robert, burnt for heresy in Scotland 

(1539), xxii. 7 
Foresti, Spiridion, xxxiii. 36 
Forfarshire, clay weights discovered in, xlvi. 

168 

Forfeiture, for treason, ii. 345 
In manor, 1. 373 



Forge iron, at Castleshaw, Yorks, i. 216 (a), 217 

(6), 237 (0 

Forider, John, xxxiv. 419 
Forinsecum serviciam, xix. 247 
Fork, found at Sevington, Wiltshire, xxvii. 302, 

303 

Iron, xxxv. 278 

Forks, silver, the use of, xv. 409 
Table, xii. 216 

Early use of, xxvii. 303 
Forman, Francis, xxxiii. 99 
Sir John, xxxiii. 339 
John, xii. 360, 385 
Sir William, xxxii. 31, 35 
Formentin, Mons., heart of, buried in church of 

English blue nuns, Paris, xxviii. 206 
Forn, Alan de, xl. 431 
Furnellis, Alan de, 1. 357 
Fornham. All Saints, Suffolk, celts from, xxxii. 

423 

Forno, son of Sigulf, vi. 49, 52 
Forres, Scotland, v. 245 ; xxxviii. 58 
Forrestc, Mr., xii. 380 
Forrheye, Adam de la, xxxvii. 286 
Forse, xviii. 330 

Forsela, Folles de, i. 214 (a), 215 (ft), 235 (c) 
Forset, Yorks, vii. 80 ; ix. 282 ; x. 58 
Forsett, Mary, xii. 244 
Nicholas, xii. 2-1-4 

Forsse, Sir Bernard de la, xxvii. 182 
Forstall, definition of, xlvii. 127, 128 
Forster, family of, xxii. 166 
Forster, Ingham, v. 426 

Sir John, letter of queen Elizabeth to, xviii. 

271 
FORSTER, JOHN REIXOLD, on Tartarian antiquities, 

ii. 227 

On Parthian cpochas, iii. 159 
Forster, Mary, xl. 317 
Mr., xxv. 486 
Richard, xii. 375 

Fortenses, the, quartered at Othona, xii. 443 
Fortescue, Sir Adrian, xxvi. 450 ; xxxiii. 237 
Ann, xxxiii. 225 



FOR-FOS 



279 



Fortescue continued 

Sir Anthony, xxxiii. 237 

Anthony, xiii. 74, 76, 77 

Bartholomew, xxxiii. 225 

Francis, i. 357 (a), 359 (b), 384 (c) ; xi. 

154 

George, xxxii. 144 
Gertrude, xxxiii. 225 

Sir John, xiv. 32 ; xx. 435 ; xxii. 184 ; 
xxxiii. 215, 237 ; xxxviii. 395 ; xxxix. 
359 ; xlii. 350 ; xlviii. 274, 287 
John, xxvi. 447, 450 

John, of Aywood, i. 358 (a), 3GO (I), 385 (c) 
Lucy, xxviii. 194 

Mr., i. 357 (a), 359 (6), 384 (c) ; xxxiv. 330 
Philippa, xxvi. 447 
William, i. 357 (o), 359 (I), 384 (c) 
Forth, firth of (Ptolemy), xlviii. 387 
Forthampton, Robert, xiv. 150 
Forthe, Mr., xii. 395 

Forthnathawarda, tlio prince of, vii. 100 
Fortibus, Isabella dc, xxviii. 8, 10 

William do, carl of Albemarle, ix. 55 
Fortification, ancient, in Scotland, JA.MKS AXDKI;- 
sox on, v. 241 ; vi. 87 

ROHERT RH>[>M: on, x. 99, 147 
Licence for, iii. 17 
Roman system of, xli. 429 
System of, at Ardea, xlix. 170 
Fortington, Robert, xiv. 150 
Fortis, 1'abbe, iii. 337 

On Roman inscriptions in Istria, Dalmatia, 

and Italy, v. 170 

FORTNUM, CHARLES DRURY EDWARD, on a lamp of 
Persian ware made for the mosque of 
Omar, at Jerusalem, xlii. 367 
On bacini or dishes of enamelled earthen- 
ware used as architectural ornaments 
in Italy, xlii. 379 

On rings found at Palestrina, xliv. 353 
On antique and renaissance gems and jewels 

at Windsor castle, xiv. 1 
On the diamond signet of Henrietta Maria, 
queen of Charles I., xlviii. 393 



Fortnum continued 

On a terra-cotta head of Greek workmanship 
found on the Esquiline at Rome, xlix. 453 
On some further notice of the diamond 
signet of Henrietta Mariu, queen of 
Charles I. ; of the king's diamond ; of 
the sapphire signet believed to be that 
of Mary, queen of William III., 1. 104 
On the seal of Andrea do Vallo (1517), 
with remarks on some other cardinals' 
seals of that period, ascribed to Lau- 
tizio of Perugia and to CYllini, 1. 118 
Fortunatus, Ainalarins, xxxvii. 130 

Venantius, xiv. 183 
Fortune, vi. 2 

Altars inscribed to, iii. 123; xxvii. 220 
The cornucopia; a symbol of, viii. 47 
The wheel of, a figure on cards, vni. 172 
Forty-eights, a sect km of the Malmcsbury cor 

poration, I. 427. 430, 431 
Forum at C'ilernum, xlvi. 3 

At Silchester, xlvi. 330, 3-14, 349; 1. 207 
At South Shields, xlvi. \ (',('> 
J lailriani, xxvii. 399 
.Meaning of, i. 193 (), 194 (/-), 213 (c) 
Forwood, William, xxxv. 423 
Fos, Robert, xiv. 406 
Fosbrew, Sir John, xxix. 134 
Fosbrook, Thomas Dudley, xvi. 362 
Foscarini, A. and G. Barbarigo, xli. 175 
Foscarinus, Francisco, xxviii. 122 
Fosdyke, the, iv. 30 

When cut, xiv. 273 
Statuette of Mars found in, xiv. 273 
Fosham, Yorks, vi. 43 

Foss, ELIWAKU, on the lord chancellors and keepers 
of the seal in the reign of King John, 
xxxii. 83 

On the lineage of Sir Thomas More, xxxv. 27 
On the relationship between Richard Fitz- 
James, bishop of London, and Sir John 
Fitz James, lord chief justice, xxxv. 305 
On the office of cursitor- baron of the exche- 
quer, xxxvi. 23 



280 



FOS-FOW 



Fossard, Johanna, xxxi. 241 
William, xxxi. 241, 243 
Fossato, Amancnus de, xxxvi. 244 
Fosset, Yorks, see Forest 
Fossete, a Friesic god, xxxvii. 117 
Fossils found on mountains not a proof of the 

universality of the Deluge, iv. .'329 
Fostebure, Joan, xxxi. 118 
Foster, family of, xxii. 1(59 
Sir Humphrey, xliii. 202 
.lames, xlii. .'577 
Sir .John, xxi. 163 
.John. xii. ::<!!; xli. 3 .12, MS 
Mr., xii. 27. 190, :i78; xliii. 233; xlv. 

11(5 
William, x. hS. S9 : xii. 394; xviii. 19s ; xxxv. 

42.1 

I'o^lrc, Rnlicrt. xlv. t-.1i i 
l-'ii-zlan. llm. xxxvii. 4!s 
KI it licrliv, ('liarlcs. xxi. 475 

Mahclla, xxi. 47.1 
Fi>theri,'iM. Dr.. iv. 72 

John, xii. 374 

Fothcrik. Scotland, xvii. 2; 54 
Fotheringhay, Northamptonshire, i. 3.15 (a) 
:{".7 (I,). .;*-'(>); xiii. 15; xv. 222; xlv' 
43i i 

('Impel at. xvii. S3 
Church of. xxxvii. 137 
College of, xx. L'I> 
Mary queen of Scots at, xxxii. 79 
Fona, Egypt, xxi. .'570 
Foucaud. Hugh, xliii. 79 
Fotikcs, Matilda, xxxvii. 288 
Foulis, Sir David, xv. 2 

Sir William, xv. 1 

Fonlmer, manor of, Cambridgeshire, ii. 327 
Foulness, Essex, ix. 379 
Founce, the, of a mazer, 1. 131 
Foundation stones of churches, xxvi. 217 
Foundations of houses, charms buried under, xlvi. 

133 

Fonne, Geoffrey, xxx. 227 
Fountain, a, of latten, xxi. 261 



Fountain Tavern, Fleet Street, place of meeting 
of Society of Antiquaries, i. xxviii (a), 
(6), xxix (c) 
Fountain, Sir Andrew, i. 161 (o) (6), 179 (c) ; ii. 

125 ; viii. 379 ; xxiii. 393 
Andrew, xxi. 232 ; xxiii. 393 
Mr., xii. 18 

Fountains in churches at Rome, xl. 201 
Fountains, Yorkshire, the abbot of, a prisoner in 
the Tower, xviii. 297 

Lands held of, xlvii. 180 
Fonntayn, Joan, xxxvi. 221 
John, xxxvi. 221, 226 
Margaret, xxxvi. 221 
Nicholas, xxxvi. 221 
Robert, xxxvi. 221, 229 
Founteneye, John de, xxvi. 336 
Fouquesolles, France, iii. 200 
Fouquet, Jean, xxxvi. 3S."> 
Fourier, Mons., xvi. 212 
Foute, Thomas de, xxxviii. 276 
Foutmell, Wiltshire, xxxv. 273 
Fovant, Wiltshire, xxxv. 273 
Fovill, William de, xxxi. 442 
Fowacere, Johanna de, xvii. 305 
Fowel, Alice Ic, xxxvii. 2S6 
Henry, xxx. 1(J"> 
Hugh, xxx. 161, 166 
John le, xxxvii. 284 
Fowey, Cornwall, bronze object found at, xii. 408 

414 

Fowke, Ph., iii. 182 
Fowlc, Mathias, xli. 237 
Fowle, Thomas, xl. 124 
Fowler, see Arms 
Fowler, Charles Hodgson, xlv. 386 

Ellen, xxxviii. 107 
FOWLER, JAMES, on medieval representations of 

months and seasons, xliv. 137 
On the process of decay in glass, and on the 
composition and texture of glass at 
different periods, and the history of its 
manufacture, xlvi. 65 
John, xii. 376 ; xxxv. 449 



FOW FRA 



281 



FOWLEK, JOSEPH THOMAS, on a mnoical inscription 
on a bell at St. Mary's, Oxford, xlii. 491 

On excavations made on the site of the 
chapter house of Durham cathedral, 
xlv. 385 

Fowler, Thomas, xxxix. 45 
Fowler's Hill, Wiltshire, xxxv. 273 
Fox and firebrand burning corn, i. 139 (a) (6), 

154 (c) 

Fox nets, xxv. 550 
Fox, on seal, xxi. 213 

Tail of, hanging to lance, xxii. 398 
Fox, Agnes relicta le, xxxvii. 278 

Anthony, xviii. 98 

Augustus Henry Lane, sec Pitt-Rivers, 
Augustus Henry Lane Fox 

Elizabeth, xviii. 98 

Humphrey, xliii. 213 

John, iv. 31, 39; xiii. 92 ; xxii. 207; xlvii. 
50 

Luke, xxix. 394 

Mr., vii. Ill 

Richard, bishop, i. 350 (a), 352 (I), 377 (c); 
xxvii. 185, 186; xxxix. 47; xlii. 316 

Robert, xxxiii. 347 

Sir Stephen, xii. 185; xxiv. 341, 343 

Thomas, x. 70 

Vincent, xxxix. 27 

William, xvi. 126; xxxv. 341; xlii. 365, 377 
Foxcote, Richard do, xvi. 45, 70 
Foxley, John, xxiv. 309 
Foxleys, Norfolk, manor of, xxxix. 179 
Foxlow Horn, see Horn, the Foxlow 
Foxlowe, Samuel, horn of, iii. 1, 4, 5, 7, 11 
Foxon, Mr., xix. 284, 285 
Foynes, Colonel, xxxv. 322 
Fplonke, Doctor, xviii. 34 
Fraid, Welsh form of Winifred, v. 146 
Fraiser, Dr., xxxvii. 231, 239, 241 
Frame of Government, by W. Penn, xlviii. 83, 86 
Framlingham, Suffolk, x. 352 

Priory, cell to Saint Stephen's, Caen, xvii. 

89 
Frampton, Colonel, xxxi. 493 



Frarasden, Suffolk, advowson of, xv. 101 
France and Switzerland, churches in, of the time 
of Charles the Great, JOHN HEXBT PARKER 
on, xxxvii. 244 
France, arms of, a water-mark, xxxi. 424 

On English gold nobles, xlvii. 138 
Chess introduced into, xxiv. 207 
Custom of singing mass in Greek in, xlvi. 

396 

Ecclesiastical architecture of, THOMAS RICK- 
MAX on, xxv. 159 

Expedition against, 19 Henry VI., in- 
denture of retainer concerning, xvii. 
214 

Heathenism in, in seventh centm-y, viii. lN"> 
Isle of. iii. 57 
King of. title assumed by Edward III , xlvii. 

143 

Manufacture of transparent j_'la>s in. xlvi. 1'S 
Mirror of. jewel called, xxi. 151 
Notes on a tour in, by JOHN HI.M.-V PARKKK, 

xxxiv. 273 

Relations of Henry II. with, 1. 298 
Seals of the admirals of. xlvi. :>7'i 
Sepulchral monuments in, THOMAS KKKKICH 

on. xviii. 186 
Trained soldiers in, /< //?;/. Kr./abeth, xlvii. 

221 
West of, churches in, Jmix HI:NI:Y PAIIKT.U 

on, xxxv. 34, 359 
Francfort, sec Frankfurt 
Franchises, municipal, at Wells, 1. 312, 350 
Franchsteer, Thomas, woolstapler'a mark of, 

xxxvii. 383, 389 
Francis, Sir Adam, xx. 57 

Captain, xxxv. 313, 314, 324 
George Grant, xxxi. 426, 474 

Exhibits illuminated roll of English 

sovereigns, xxxi. 495 
Exhibits Roman inscription from Port 
Talbot, Glamorganshire, xxxii. 443 
Exhibits drawings of bronze helmets 
from Ogmore Down, Glamorgan, 
xliii. 553 

2o 






282 



PRA 



Francis continued 

Mand, xx. 57 

Richard, xii. 16 
Francis I., king of France, iii. 201 

Interview between and Henry VIII., papers 
concerning, xxi. 17") 

Picture of meetirg between him and Henry 
VIII. near Citrines, iii. 185 

Portrait of. xxii. 14* 
Francis II., king of France, watch belonging to, 

xxxiii. 9 

Francis, saint, on a seal, xlvii. 198 
Francis, saint, of Assisi, founded the Orders of 
Friars .Minors. Poor Clares, and Poeni- 
tentcs. iii. llM 
l-'rancisca. .-> c Anns 

Franciscan friar, the habit of a, x.x. 77 
Fnmekewcll, .lohn. xii. .'171- 

Francklyn, Sir .lohn, extracts from household 
1 k of (lf,-_H), xv. 1.17 

Monumental inscription to, xv. 157 
Franckv>ch, .lenct. xli. .'!!!> 

William, xli. :;i'.> 

Franco, bishop of Rouen, xlv. 24O 
Frank. Philip, xxiv. 320 

Richard, xxiv. :)iM. :;>. 323, 324 

Thomas, \ vi. 11:27 

William, xvi. 327 
Frankelayn, Richard, xxxvii. 2s4 

Thomas le. xxxvii. 2!>5 
Frankelyn. William, xlii. h.l. . S 7 
Frankfurt-on-thc-Mame, Germany, Easter sepul- 
chre at, xlii. 2H2 

Fair at, i. lOli (<;), 1!7 (/.), 217 (r) 
Frankfnrt-on-the-Oder, Germany, bronze waggon 

found at, xxxvi. 1550, 353 
Frankish grave, Envoi-men, France, xxxvii. 102 

Missal, xxiv. 9 

Frankleyn, William, xvii. 202 
Franklyn, Mr., xii. 291 
Frankmor, Captain, xxxiv. 35:5 
Frankplcdge, xl. 90 
Franks, the, xxxiv. 176 

The angon or barbed javelin of, xxxv. 48 



Franks continued 

The weapons of, WILLIAM MICHAEL WYLIE 

on, xxxv. 223 

FRANKS, AUGUSTUS WOLLASTON, xxxviii. 372 ; 
xli. 38, 62 ; xliv. 275 ; xlv. 298, 357 ; xlvii. 
401 

On ancient fibulae, xxxv. 491 
On the stall-plate of Sir William Parr, K.G., 

marquis of Northampton, xxxvi. 214 
On bronze weapons found on Arreton Downs, 

Isle of Wight, xxxvi. 326 
On excavations at Carthage, xxxviii. 202 
On the will of Hans Holbein, xxxix. 1 
On letters to the Tremoille family, chiefly 
from Elizabeth, queen of Bohemia, 
xxxix. 143 

Notes on Edward Grimston, xl. 455 
On bronze mirrors found at Plymouth, xl. 

510 
On a portrait of the empress Leonora, mother 

of Maximilian I., xliii. 1 
Exhibits a ring with runic inscription, xliv. 

481 
On a sword found at Catterdale, Yorks., xlv. 

251 
On two MS. Psalters in the collection of 

William IJragge, Esq., xlvi. 241 
Mazers belonging to, 1. 137, 158, 164, 167 

1C8 

Frankum, Thomas, xxiii. 425 
Fransham, Alice de, xxxvii. 338 

Geoffrey de, xxxvii. 338 
Franton, Adam de, xxxi. 272 

Sibille de, xxxi. 272 
Frapyne, Denis, xxxi. 90 
Fraser, Simon, lord Lovat, iv. 377 
Frati, Luigi, xli. 460 
Fraunceys, Adam, xxxvii. 309 

Everard le, xxxv. 295 
Frauncis the poste, xii. 381 
Fraunshman, Thomas, xxv. 449 
Fraxino, Adam de, xxxvii. 285 
Alice de, xxxvii. 284 
Hugh de, xxxvii. 275 






FRA-FRE 



283 



Fraxino continued 

John de, xxxvii. 294 
Roger de, xxxvii. 293 
Salomon de, xxv. 613 
Freake, Sir Piercy, ii. 38 
Frecie, Hue de, xxxix. 443 
Frecomber, John, xxxviii. 50 
Frederick I., emperor, iv. 196 
Frederick II., emperor, xxiv. 353 

Castle built by, near Bari, 1. 41 7 
Frederick III., emperor, charter for German fairs 

granted by, i. 196 (a), 197 (b), 217 (r) 
Marriage of, xliii. 8 
Represented in a painting, xlix. 255 
Frederick, king of Bohemia, letters of, xxxix. 157, 

165, 169 
Frederick II., king of Denmark, letter of, xxxviii. 

317 

Frederick, abbot of Saint Alban's, ii. 302 
FREDERICK, SIR CHAKLKS i. xxxiii (a), xxxiv (I), 
xxxv (c),79 (a) (1), 88 (c) ; xv. 209; xxxvi. 
327 
On the Ermine Street in Northamptonshire, 

i. 61 (a) (b), 68 (c) 
On a Roman burying-placc at Barnack, i. (il 

(a) (6), 68 (c) 

Frederune, wife of Charles the Simple, xlv. 295 
Freebairn, Mr., vi. 100 
Free boroughs, ii. 318, 321 
Freedom, municipal, succession to, by kinship 

1.206 

Free Heron, meaning of, iii. 289 
Freehold tenants, orders against, in Bottesford 
manor court, Lincoln, 1. 380 

Presentments of at manor courts, 1. 372 
Freeling, Sir Francis, xxii. 423 

Exhibits a seal of the abbot of Langley, Nor- 
folk, xxv. 617 
Freeman, family of, iii. 27 
Coningsby, xxxvii. 193 
Edward Augustus, xlii. 200; xlv. 236 
Elizabeth, xxxvi. 409 
John, xliii. 218 
Katherine, xxxvii. 198 



Freeman continued 
Ralph, xxxii. 144 
Thomas, xxxv. 418 
Walter, xii. 363 
Freemantle Park, Hants, i. 57 () (b), 63 (<); xv. 

184 
Freemasonry, JAMI:S ORCHARD HAI.I.IWKI.I. on its 

antiquity in England, xxviii. 444 
Free Masons, iv. 103, 149, 159; xi. 203, 208; xv. 
307; xvii. -24, 47, 50; xix. 401; xxx. 335, 
336; xxxiv. 33; xxxvi. 301, 303, 305 
Freemasons, manuscripts (if the, destroyed, xvii. 

83 
Originators of Gothic architecture, ix. 110, 

118 
Said 1o have been incorporated by the pope, 

ix. 120, 123 

Sign of the origin of the, xlviii. 243 
Freemen who were landless, ii. 31 4 
Free-warren, in Melbourne, Derbyshire, xiii. 

305 

Fregose, Mons., he assassination of, iii. 242 
Freiberg, Germany, house-marks at, xxxvii. 388 
Frcincourt, Roger de, xv. 352 
Freindsbury, Frindsbury 
Freke, Robert, xxi. 39 

Frcki, name of one of Wodin's wolves, viii. 187 
Frelan, sec Costume 
Fremoult, Mr., vi. 30'. > 

French books, list of, 16th century, xlviii. I." 2 
Fleet, instructions for guarding against. b\ 

SIR GKOIJGK CAKYK, xiii. 100 
Language, ancient pronunciation of, vi. 70 
Language, better understood than Latin, xi. 

55 

Painting, specimen of art, xlix. 251 
Frenche, Geoffrey, xii. 366 

William le, xiii. 155 
Frenchman's highway, xxvii. 104 
Frend, Ralph le, xxxvii. 288 

Richard, i. 12 (o) (b), 14 (<) 
Frene, Hue de, xxxix. 443 
Frenssh, Joan, xviii. 198 
John, xviii. 198 

2o2 



284 



FRE-FRI 



Frenyngham, Mr., xxiii. 36 
Frenze, Norfolk, viii. 236 

Church, plan of, xix. 365, 368 
Monumental brass at, x!. 310 
Frore, Alun, xxxix. 4-13 

Evenrnl, 1. 172 
FKERK, JOHN, xxxix. 57 

On flint implements found at Hoxne, Suffolk, 

xiii. 204 

Frcre, Philip Howard, xli. 38 
Ralph, xxvi. 320 
Serjeant, xli. 2">, 27 

Freret, Mons., iv. 31i ; ix. lt!3, 170, 17(! 
Freseobaldi, Amerigo do, xxviii. 233, 23.">, 2-10 

The. of Florence, xxviii. 24:!, 214, 219 
Fresro-paintinir, the art of, xlvi. 103; xlviii. 

27:i 

Fi:i..-imi.i.i>, Ki'\vix, on Byzantine churches mid 
mi nl iiic-:it ions made in their arrangements, 
xliv 3S3 

On the parish hooks of St. Margaret Loth- 
luiry, St. Christophcr-lc-Stocks, and St. 
Bartholomew by the Kxchangc, Lon- 
don, xlv. .">7 
On the Byzantine origin of the church of 

Saint Vitalis, Ravenna, xlv. 417, Us 
On the description of Cyprus hy Nrophytus, 
ami the condition of the island in his 
time, xlvii. 37 
On the palace of the Greek emperors of 

Nicaea at Nymph io, xlix. 3S2 
On masons' marks at Westminster hall, 1. 1 
On some remarks upon the hook of records 
and history of the parish of St. Stephen 
Coleman Street, London, 1. 17 
On certain churches on the eastern coast of 

Italy, 1. 407 

Freshwater, Hants, viii. 73 
Fresnoy, le vicomte, xliv. 116 
Frcssine, Mr., xli. 358 
Frestcl, a musical instrument, vii. 217 
FKESTON, ANTHONY, on a barrow at Dunteebourne 

Abbots, Gloucestershire, xvi. 361 
Freston, Sir Richard, xvi. 287 



Fret ornamentation in Mexico and Pern, xlvii. 
157 

Fretchvile, Aucher, iii. 298 

Ralph, iii. 298 

Frethulf, king of Bernicia, xxv. 285 
Frethyng, to fret or rub, xlvi. 202 
Frettenham, Norfolk, xxiii. 372 
Freville, Alexander, iii. 297 ; xxxix. 443 
Baldwin, xx. 14, 208, 209; xxxix. 413 
Richard, xx. 208 ; xxxix. 443 
Frewen, Morton, xxxvii. 1 
Freyporte, France, xxviii. 112 
Friar Maine, Knighton, Dorsetshire, x. 476 
Friars Minors, founded hy Saint Francis of 

Assisi, iii. 125 

Fridaythorpe, Yorks, i. 179 (n) (6), 109 (c) 
Fridehi, Yorks, v. 196 
Fridehurg, Fricsland, human body found in a bog 

at, xxxviii. G4 
Fridcswido's, Saint, Oxford, regular canons settled 

there by Roger, bishop of Salisbury, ii. 191 
Frideton, Yorkshire, v. 19(5 
Fridstoll, viii. 20, 2G, 27, 28; xiv. 53 
Friendly Islands, affinity of words in language of 

with Hebrew, viii. 81 
Karly remains in, xxxv. 494 
Friesley, John, i. 375 (a), 377 (/.), 402 (c), 

380 (a), 382 (I), 408 (c) 
Frieston, Lincolnshire, xli. 342 
Frigga Rock, the three stars in the belt of Orion, 

xxxvii. 01 
Frilal, see Costume 
Frilford, Berks, cemetery at, GEOUUE ROLLESTON 

on, xlii. 417; xlv. 405 
Frindsbury, Kent, xii. 15 
Fring, Norfolk, Roman remains at, xxiii. 37(J 
Frisack, Germany, bronze wheels found at, xxxvi. 

354 

Frisby, Leicestershire, stump-cross at, xiii. 214 
Friscobaldi, see Frescobaldi 
Frisian cohort, the, iii. 238 
Frisii, the, mentioned in inscriptions, xxvii. 222 

When subdued, xxvii. 225 
Frisius, Gemma, xxxiii. 90 ; xxxiv. 260 



FRI-FUL 



285 



Friskney, Lincolnshire, mural paintings in church 

of, xlviii. 270 ; 1.231 
Frisley John, see Friesley, John 
Friston, Suffolk, seal found at, xxi. 546 
Friswald, ii. 266 
Fritchley, Derbyshire, x. 31 
Frithhorwn, definition of, xlvii. 127, 129 
Frithestan, bishop of Winchester, xxiv. 42, 43 
Fritton, Suffolk, church, apse of, xxiii. 14 

Round Tower at, xxiii. 13 
Friuli, Italy, iii. 349 ; xlii. 279 
Frivile, see Frevillo 
Frizade, xi. 92 

Frobisher, Sir Martin, xxxiii. 202, 213, 214; 
xxxiv. 297, 305, 310, 312 

Instructions to when going to Cathay, x viii . 28 7 
Froelich, Erasmus, iii. 159, 103 
Frogerton, Mr., xxv. 468 

Froissart, Jean, v. 31; xx. 7, 54, 260; xxxi. 2, 
104, 105, 149, 150 

Quotation from the Horologe Amoureusc 

of, xxxiv. 6 
Fromc, Somersetshire, xiv. 131 

British coin found at, xxxiii. 190 
Frontal of altar, xvi. 8 ; xxi. 276 ; xxxiv. 55 
Frontinus, Julius, ii. 1 ; v. 48 
Frontlet, see Costume 
Frosepaste, see Costume 
Frost, its effect on masonry, iv. 227 
Frost nails for horses, xxv. 451 
Frost, Henry, vi. 175 
Frothingham, Yorkshire, vi. 43, 45 
Frotho the Great, king of Denmark, iii. 11 
Froucester, a monk of Gloucester, xx. 84 
Frowyk, Roger de, xxvi. 322 
Froxfield, Wilts, Roman remains at, viii. 97, 98 

Roman station at, xv. 189, 190 
Fruit trenchers, JOHN TONOE AKEEMAN on, xxxiv. 

225 

Frnmentarii milites, inscription to, xlix. 120 
Frundel, a measure, xli. 362 
Fry, Denis le, xxxvii. 273 

Edmund, xiii. 212, 410 

James Thomas, xxxvi. 124 



Fry, John le, xxxvii. 283, 291 

Richard, xxv. 322 
Fryer, Henry, xii. 360 
Frylands, Walter de, xxxviii. 43 
Fryme, Richard, xxxv. 474 
Fryskneyc, John, swan-mark of, xvi. 153 
Fryslace, xvi. 7, 8 
Fryth, Philip, xxxvii. 1 
Frythyng, to plash a hedge, xlvi. 219 
Frythynhurst, xxxvi. 305 

Fucino, Italy, the lake of, bronze from, xliii. 559 
Fudho, x. 56 
Fughler, John, vi. 197 
Fugre, xxi. 253 
Fukeram, Richard, xxxix. 443 
Fulan lace, xxxv. 273 
Fulborn, Stephen, iii. 129 
Fulbourn, Cambridgeshire, antiquities found at. 

xi>:. 56 

Fuldonc, Roger do, .\Iv. 443 
Fulebroc, Essex, xi. 2">1> 
Fulford, Sir Ifcildwin, xxix. 131 
Fulham, Middlesex, gardens at. vii. 123 

Road, bronze spear-head found in, xxxii. 

394 

Fullage, a stuff, xlii. 359 
Fuller, Colonel, xxxi. -1-93 

Dr., v. 6 

Friar, xxv. 496 

Isaac, xi. 60 

James, xiv. 127 ; xxv. 450 

Richard, xiii. 155 

Stephen, xli. 386 

Thomas, i. xxiii (a), xxiv (I,) (c) ; xxxiv. 
354 ; xxxvi. 74 

William, xi. 52, 57 
Fullerton, Sir James, xv. 7 
Fulman, W., xxxix. 113 

William, i. xxiv (a), xxv (I) (c) 
Fulmerston, Mr., xxv. 497 
Fulnetby, Lincolnshire, viii. 323 
Fulnetby, Mary, viii. 323 
Fulthorpe, Sir Roger, xx. 143 

Thomas, xx. 172 



286 



FUM-FYV 






Fnmiter, a herb, xxx. 392 
Funeral customs, xxxi. 213 

Roman, xxxii. 9 
Feasts, xliii. 228, 238, 424 
Hearse, xlviii. 104, 165 
Piles, in Cornwall, xlix. 186 
Hitunl, Egyptian, xlvii. 351, 352 
Singing nt, xii. 19 
Vestments let out for hire, xlvi. 197 
Furbelows, xcc Costume 
Furbislicr, Mr., x. '.'(! 

Furies, supposed to be Deae Matres, xlvi. 183 
Furlong, an allotment in an open field, xlvi. 

384 
Furnacc-chambiTs found at Silchester, xlvi. 335, 

.'i. > / 

Ftu-nes, Anselin <le, iii. 408 
Furness, Lancashire, xxviii. 37.'!, .'171 

Ahbcv. consecration cross at. xxx. 120 
Mason-,' murks in, xxx. Ill- 
Sedilia at, x. 2 V ^ 
Druidieal remains in, xxxi. 44S 

Fells. IV. 2S 

Furness. abbot of, set Denton, Robert de 
Furnishe. Stephen, xii. 3(!U 

Furniture in Cistercian church of Doberan, xlix. 
314 

Inventories of, xlviii. 121 

Of churches in Liibeck, xlix. 308, 3U9 

Of churches in North Germany, xlix. :il 7 

Of churches in Wismar, xlix. :!ll 

Of Coptic churches, xlviii. 413 

Of Dacre castle, Morpctli (1515). xlvii 

304 
Furnival, L'leanor, xxxi. 243, 244 

(ierard de, xxxix. 443 

Joane, iii. 299 

Lord, see Nevil, Thomas 

Thomas, iii. 299; xxxix. 443 

Walter de, xxxix. 443 
Fursaeus, saint, x. 49; xxiii. 11; xii. 413 
Furstenbergh, Theodore Caspar, a mezzotinto 

engraver, xxvii. 408 
Fnrstowk holies, xM. 376, 379 



Furthe, xiii. 375 

Fusil, see Arms 

Fusileers, regiments of, xxii. 81 

Fust or Foist, a vessel, xxi. 362 

Fust, John, see Faust, John 

Fustanclla, worn by inhabitants of Kovac range, 

xlix. 24 
Fustian, crane-coloured, xxv. 433 

White millen, xi. 95 

In apys (i.e. of Naples), xxxviii. 372 ; xliii. 239 
Fyennes, James, xxxvii. 438 
Fyfhide, manor of, Wiltshire, ii. 331 
Fy field church, Berkshire, monuments in, xxxii. 

448 

Fyldvng, Mr., xxv. 431 
Fylfot, the, derivation of, xlviii. 298 

Meaning and origin of, xlvii. 159 ; xlviii. 
293 

Ornamentation unknown in America, xlvii. 

157 

Fylungley, Henry, xxxviii. 139 
Fyndcme, family, xlvi. 272 

Sir Thomas, xlvii. 272 
Fyncs, Mr., i. 357 (a), 359 (I), 384 (c) 
Fynenx, Elizabeth, brass of, xxxi. 496 

Sir John, xxxi. 496 
Fynnett, Sir John, xii. 269 

Robert, xi. 245 
Fynwood, John, xv. 138 
Fyscher, John, xii. 351 

Henry, xii. 371 

John, xii. 387 

Thomas, xii. 357 
Fysshe, John, xxv. 521 
Fyssher, John, xliii. 211 

Richard, xxxv. 19 
Fyton, Edmund de, xv. 349 

William, xix. 77 
Fymin castle, Scotland, xxi. 489 
Fyrdynges Lea, Wilts, xxxv. 272 
Fyvie, Scotland, xxi. 490 ; xxii. 424 



GAB-GAL 



287 



G. 

Gaberdine, see Costume 

Gables, crow-stepped, on gateways in towns of 

North Germany, xlix. 316 
Gabor, Bethlem, xxxix. 153 
Gabra, the battle of, vii. 279 
Gabrantovici, the, xxv. 128, 129, 137, 140, 1-il 
Gabrantuici, the bay of the (Ptolemy), xlviii. 

387 

Gabriel, lord of Melitine, xv. 239 
Gabriel, the angel, image of in Henry VII. th' s 

chapel at Westminster, xlvii. 371 
Gace, origin of name, xii. 02 

William, xlvii. 104 
Gacelin, Edmund, xxxix. 443 
Gadara, Palestine, xxi. 144 

Cromlech at, xxxviii. 264 
Gaddi, Gaddo, a worker in mosaic, x. 153 
Gadebusch, Germany, church at, xxxix. 90 

The Schloss at, xxxix. Ill 
Gadelarc, Robert, x. 96 
Gadcs, Spain, ii. 243; xxxiii. 181 

Columns of green glass at, xlvi. 85 
Gadesby, Leicestershire, lands held in, xlvii. 1U2 
Gadman, John, xliii. 224 
Gaer, the, Brecknockshire, i. 293 (a), 295 (b), 

316 (c); ii. 21, 22; v. 35, 41, 57; vi. 8 
Gaer-Lwyd, Monmouthshire, cromlech at, xxix. 

400 
Gaeta, Italy, font at, an ancient sarcophagus, xi. 

115 

Gafle, cock-fighting term, iii. 149 
Gafol-swein, the, xxxiii. 276 
Gag, Robert le, xxxvii. 280 

Roger le, xxxvii. 294 
Gage, George, xxxii. 144 

Henry Hall Gage, viscount, xiv. 272 

James, xii. 356 

Sir John, xxii. 415, 416 ; xxx. 465, 472 ; 

xxxvii. 490 

John, see Rokewood, John Gage 
Robert, xii. 388 



Gaillard, Gabriel, sx. 217 

Mons., viii. 14 

Gaillard chateau, France, Walter de Heminford 
asserts that Richard I. was killed thero 
xxix. 214 
Gaimar, Geoffroi, xii. 307; xvii. 97; xix. 206; 

xxxii. 340 
Gainford, Durham, x. 58, 64 

Antiquities in the neighbourhood of, JOHN 

CALM: on, ix. 276 

Gainsborough, Thomas, xlvi. 269 
Gainsborough, Lincolnshire, xxxii. 3i)9 
Gaiola, Italy, villa of Lucullus at, sketch of, xxxi. 

473 

Gairdner, James, xii. 24, 30, 38; xlvii. 2(5(3 
(iaistlicher, name for a chess bishop, xxiv. --^ 
Gala, the court festival at Vienna, ii. til, 6(5 
Galatee, sec Celtic race 
Galayn, William, xxvi. 320 
Galbiinum, a drug, ix. 23S 
Galcher, of Chatillon, xxviii. Ii". 71 
Gald, Robert, xxix. 134 

GAM-:, RO<II-:H, i. xxviii (a) (/<), xxix (r), xxxiv 
(a) (//), xxxv (r), x.x.xvii (</_). xxxviii (l>). 
xxxix (r) ; ii. 57; vi. l.'il-; ix. 2*5 
On Roman inscription at Shello, Italy, ii. 25 
CALK, S.\.Mn-:i,, i. xxviii (<;) (//), xxix (<), xxxiv 
(a) (I), xxxv (c), xxxvii (/;), xxxviii (/<), 
xxxix (c) 
On the horn of Ulphus at York, i. 1(58 (</; 

(><), 187 (c) 
On Julius Cwsar's passage of the Thames, i. 

183 (a), 184 (6), 203 (c) 
Gale, Thomas, i. xxxiv (a) (4), xxxv (c) ; xiv. 

193 

Galedin, the men of, xvi. 108 
Galerius, Maximianus, emperor, v. 23 
Galeys, William, xxxi. 61 
Galfagus, William, xiv. 49 
Galgacns, x. 20 
Galilee porch, xxxvii. 248, 254 
Galilee, Tancrcd, prince of, xv. 239 
GALINDO, JUAN, on antiquities discovered at Peten, 
Central America, xxv. 570 



288 



GAL-GAN 



Gall, William, xxviii. 143 

Gallaqnm, xxxi. 281 

Gallcr, Thirder, xxii. 410 

Gallerita, name of ship, xi. 173 

Galli, priests of Cybele, ii. 67 

Gnllican liturgy introduced into Britain, xxiv. 14 

Gallic bawkc, kitchen utensils, IGth century, 

xlviii. 132 
Gal Menus, einjieror, arch of, at Rome, xlix. 118 

Coins uf, fee Coins 

Dedication to, ni Scupi, xlix. 116 

Inscription to, at Skopia, xlix. 92 
Gallipoli, Turkcv, xxi. 112 
Galloes, of iron, xi. 438 
Gallon of corn, viii. .'!15 
Gallopex, Jean, xi. Iu2 
( iallopins, xv. 11 
Gallowav, the lordship of, RoiiEirr Ru>in:[,i, on, 

ix. -1:1 
Galloway, Alan do, ix. ."j."i 

lames, xxxii. II 1 

Thomas dr. ix. ~i'.\ 
Callows Hill. i. .".7 (d) (/-), 63 (c) 
Callus, Didius, v. :;:;:; 

L'dulric, xxiv. 11 

(ially Acres, land in Oxfordshire, xxxv. 473 
Gally-Lraskms, xh. 370 
Cully-Hills, Surrey, ix. lOl 
Callypole Hill, Norland, Yorkshire, ii. 35(> 
Galmanhow, the monastery of, v. 2U(j 
Galopcs, John, translated Bonaventura's Life of 

Christ, ii. 1<)1, 1% 
Galot Put, xxi. 211 
Galoune lace, xi. 92 

Galteland, Xorway, runic stone at, xliii. l(Xt 
Gallon, Douglas, xlv. 321 
Galvam, Antonio, xxxii. 40 
Gahvay, Ireland, xxvii. 128, 129 

Castle Banks at, xxxviii. 17i> 

Gold object from, ii. 40 

Lynch castle at, xxxviii. 174 
Galysn, corrupt form of Gallienus, v. 23 
Gama, Francisco de, xxxviii. 458 

Vasco da, xl. 3 



Gamal, v. 190, 196, 206 
Gamall, Edward, xliv. 417 
Gambaisenre, fee Arms 
Gambet, a term at chess, ix. 25 
Gamble, Arthur, swan-mark of, xvi. 153 
Gamboison, see Arms 
Gamboun, Joan, xxxi. 117 
Gambull, Robert, xli. 346 
Game laws, the, xlvii. 212, 219 
Gamcll, Ralph, xlvii. 105, 106 
Gameltorp, Yorksliire, v. 196 
Games, Christmas, xxxi. 37, 43 
Gamesley, Derbyshire, iii. 236 
Gamester's fort, the meaning of the Irish name 
for Lisburn, Lisnagarvy.i. 100 (), 101 (?<), 

112 (c) 

Gamlingay, Cambs. xii. 28 
Gammadion, the symbol of, xlviii. 315, 316 
Gammagc, Adam de, xxxix. 413 
Xicol de, xxxix. 113 
Pain de, xxxix. 413 
Gampcs, harness of, sec Arms 
Gamrie, DanfTsliii-e, stone circle at Troup in the 

parish of, i. 31G (a), 318 (b), 310 (c) 
Gand, Arnold dc, xxxi. 232 
Gaudy, R.X., xxxix. 507 
Gaugani, Cape of the (Ptolemy), xlviii. 392 
Ganges, the river, India, the cross symbolical of, 

xlviii. 295 

Holy water drawn from, xlviii. 311 
Ganncsfille, Berks, hundred of, xii. 398 
Ganneys, Thomas de, xxviii.281 
Gannoeke, Mr., swan-mark of, xvi. 153 
Gannogiatorcs, in manor of Aylesbury, Bucks, 

I. 103 
Gant, Gilbert de, earl of Lincoln, viii. 196, 203, 

206 
Buried at Bardney abbey, Lincolnshire, i. 

31 (a) (6), 34 (c) 
Gante, Pedro de, secretary to the duke de 

Niijcra, narrative of the duke's visit to 

England in 1544 by, xxiii. 344 
Ganymedes, on ancient va.se, xxiii. 210 
Ganz, David, viii. 389 






GAB 



289 



Gar, see Arms 

Gar strete, Winchester, i. 93 (a) (6), 104 (c) 

Garbard, Thomas, x. 72, 84 

Garbrand, Harkes, xxxiv. 352 

Garcclini, Walter, xvii. 298 

Garda, Lago di, Italy, xlii. 119, 120 

Garde, Paulin, baron de la, iii. 262 

Garde, Peter du, xxvi. 332 

GARDE, PHILIP CHILWELL DE LA, xxv. 226 

On the Lock Canal, Exeter, xxviii. 7 
Garde de bras, see Arms 
Gardeford, Scotland, xxi. 486 
Gardemanger, xxi. 267 
Garden, Henry de, xxxi. 187 
GARDEN, JAMES, on stone circles in Scotland, i 

312 (a), 314(6), 336 (c) 
Garden, W. de, xxxi. 187 
Gardener, John, 1. 191 

Robert, xii. 359 

Sir Thomas, xxiii. 47 

Gardening, DAINES BARRINGTON on, vii. 113 
Gardens, alluded to by Tasso, vii. 129 

Near London in 1691, xii. 181 

Of Hotel de Saint Paul, Paris, vii. 118 

Roman, vii. 115 
Gardeviants, xvi. 126 ; xxi. 267 ; xxvi. 402 ; 

xxxvi. 289 

Gardiner, Joan, xxxvii. 212 
GARDINER, JOHN BULL, on ruins exposed in Saint 

Martin's le Grand, London, xix. 253 
Gardiner, Mr., xxiii. 20 

GARDINER, SAMUEL RAWSON, on letters of Bacon 
to Christian IV. of Denmark, xii. 219 

On letters of Count Gondomar, concerning 

the earl of Somerset, xii. 151 
Gardiner, Stephen, bishop of Winchester, ix. 6 ; 
xxiii. 47, 72 

Articles proposed to, xviii. 140 

Imprisonment of, xviii. 135, 138 

Letter of Edward VI. lo, xviii. 138 

Letter of Cardinal Wolsey to, xviii, 57 

Ring of, xlv. 404 
Gardiner, Thomas, xxxix. 26 

William, xlv. Ill 



Gardino, Agatha de, xxxvii. 295 

Alice de, xxxvii. 295 
Gardner, Thomas, xxxviii. 129 
Gardrobe expenses, temp. Edward III., xxxi. 

163 

Gardun, Dalmatia, ancient site of, xlviii. 68 
Gare, meaning of, xiii. 101 
Garenden abbey, Leicestershire, xliii. 201 
Garford, Berkshire, xlii. 460 
Gargrave, Thomas de, xxvii. 278 
Gariboldi, Alessandro, xlv. 376 
Garioets, Aberdeenshire, vi. 89 
Garionennm, Garianonum, v. 52 ; xii. 134, 178 ; 

xxiii. 363 ; xii. 421, 428 
Garisona, meaning of. xxvi. 343 
Garland, Henry, xlv. 173, 194 
Garleck, William, xxxvii. 283 
Garman, Thomas, xii. :!7."> 
Garmundsway, Durham, vii. 79 
Garnator, xviii. 331 
Garnet, Henry, xii. 197 ; xxix. 93, 9, 99 

Gunpowder conspirator, various names 

of. xv. 137 
Mariyn, xxx. 165 
GARNET, RICHARD, on the Wall of Antoninus, xxx. 

245 
Garnet ornaments, Anglo-Saxon, from Sleafurd, 

Lincolnshire, 1. 400, 403 
Garneys, Sir Christopher, xlvii. 303 
Garnons, Herefordshire, xxxvii. 200 
Garnons, Mr., xxxvii. 201 

Susan, xxxvii. 212 
Garrard, George, xxxix. 465 

Robert, 1. 191 

Garret, a jester (1613), xxxv. 9 
Ferdinando, xxxiii. 90 
John, xi. 244, 245 
Stephen, swan-mark of, xvi. 153 
Sir Thomas, xxxiv. 318 
Garret-piece, Derbyshire, ix. 189 
Garrick, David, xi. 362 
Garriennus, river (Ptolemy), xlviii. 388 
Garrisons recommended for certain towns, temp. 
Elizabeth, xlvii. 222, 233 
2P 



290 



GAR-GAT 



Garrizzo, Marianno, xxix. 388 

Garrofalo, Bcnvenuto, xxxix. 36 

Garrows, name of land at Fairford, Gloucester. 

shire, xxxiv. 78 
OABBUCCI, RAKKAKI.K, on sepulchral remains at 

Vcii and Praeneste, xli. 187 
On bronze object found at Luccra, and on 
the win-ship of Pan Lyeaeus, or Faunus 
Lnpercus, xli. 275 
On an Archaic Latin inscription in the 

Faliscan character, xliii. 43 
On a Faliscan inscription, xliii. 259 
On a lix nf curved ivory of the (Jtli century, 

xliv. ::jl 

On tin- Ailian necmpolis snid to liavo been 

covered by a volcanic eruption, xlv. 375 

Garry (iill, Aldston. Cumberland, i. 23t. (./), li.'Jl 

(M, 2:, 2 (-) 
Garschirche, Hniri-i 1 de. xxxvi. 404 

Synion dc, xxxvi. 4ll, 4(1-1. 
(iarsdoii, Wilts, xxxvii. 25S 
Oarsctt, Robert, xli. 25> 
Garstang, Lancashire, i. ii:{ (/) (//), 71 (r) 
Gar.Mons, name of hind at Fairford, Gloucester- 
shire, xxxiv. 7S 
Garsye, Arnold, xxviii. 313 

Garter king at arms, i. 3.V5 (n ), I!.").") (//). 37!> (f); 
3.V. (</), :;:,7 (l>), 3SU (c); 3.">S (aj, .'iCu (4), 
3^:2 (c;; xii. :{7'i, :jyo 
(Barter, the order of the, y. -J."), ^8; xxix. .'{."i 

IJadtfe (George; of, y. l. r > ; xlii. 34, 349, 

350; 1. 114 
Collar of, x.xxix. 2G9 
Early notices of the, xxxi. 119, 151 
Mantle of, worn by St. George in a painting 

in the Bedford missal, xlix. 250 
ilotto of, xxxi. 130 
Pendants of, xlix. 273, 274 
Register of, xxxix. 251 
SIB NICHOLAS HARRIS NICOLAS on, xxxi. 1 
Stall-plates of knights, THOMAS WILLIAM 

Kixo on, xxxi. 164 

Stall-plate of Sir William Parr, A. W. 
FBAXKS on, xxxvi. 214 



Garter-plate, representing Black Prince, xxxi. 

141 

Garter, Thomas, xii. 360 
Garters, see Costume 

Bed powdered with, xxxi. 119 
Garth, General, xvi. 208 

Edward, xxv. 318, 322, 338 
Garthe, Thomas, xli. 366 
Garthorp, Leicestershire, sedilia at, x. 296 
Garthshore, Maxwell, xiii. 280 
Garton, Thomas de, x. 241, 260 ; xxvi. 332 
Gartside, Captain, xx. 122 
Garway, Herefordshire, xviii. 430 

Church tower of, xxxi. 189 

Sculptures and inscriptions in, xxxi. 194 

Dovecote at, xxxi. 191 

Preceptory of knights templars and buildings 

of hospitallers at, xxxi. 182 
Gas, derivation of the word, xxvi. 245 

Fumes of injurious to glass, xlvi. 139 
Gascogne, France, xvi. 105 
Gascoif,me, George, xxxiv. 138, 139 

Sir William (Judge), monument of, vi. 334 

Refusal of to sentence archbishop Scrope, 

xx. 17-2 

Gascons, name of land at Fairford, Gloucester- 
shire, xxxiv. 78 
Gask, Odo de, xxviii. 275 
Gaskin, Adam, xii. 381 
Gaskins, xli. 370 
Gasse, the name of, xii. 62 
Gastella, xv. 205 
Gaston, name of land in Oxfordshire, xxxiii. 

270 

Gaston, Michelett de, xxxi. 94 
Gatacre, family of, iii. 112 
Gatcombe, Gloucestershire, xxxv. 412 
Gate, a goat, xxxii. 183 

Entrance through the cliffs from the sea, 

xxiv. 194 
Gate, Sir Geoffrey, xxvi. 275 

Martin at, vi. 308 

Thomas, xii. 13 
Gatell, Galfrid, xxiv. 320 



GAT-GEI 



291 



Gateneys John, xxxv. 463 
Gates, Sussex, xlv. 147, 148 
Gates, iron, vii. 124 
Gates, George, xviii. 328 
Sir Henry, xviii. 175 
Richard, xxxix. 25 
Sir Thomas, xlvii. 66 
Gateshead, Durham, v. 206 

Plague at, xxxvii. 20 
Gateways, Roman, found at Silchester, xlvi. 344, 

349 ; 1. 266 

Gathered unto his people, explained, v. 132 
Gatherley Moor, Yorkshire, vii. 80; x. 55 
Gathline, the, Ireland, xxvii. 9G, 97 
Gatinton, Somersetshire, land at, in possession of 

Bath abbey (117!)), 1. 354 
Gatty, C. T., xlv. 302, 308 
Gauden, J., xxxvii. 10 
Gaudrey, John, swan-mark of, xvi. 153 
Gaudry, Albert, xxxix. 59 
Mons., xxxviii. 298 

1, British communication with, xlvi. 459 
Use of iron armour by the people of, xlvi. 430 
Gaulish burial-place, Cocherell, Normandy, ii. 

119 

Tombs, inscriptions on, 1. 202 
Gaulstheym, Germany, xxxv. 2 
Gaunless, the river, ix. 283 
Gaunt, see Ghent 

Geoffrey de, xxxix. 443 

Sir Gilbert, iii. 300 

Gilbert de, iii. 295 

Joane, iii. 300 

John of, see Plantagenet, John, duke of 

Lancaster 
Julienne, xlvii. 59 
Margaret, iii. 300 
Nichole, iii. 300 
Nicholea, xxxi. 241, 243, 244 
Thomas le, xvii. 307 
Walter de, xxxvi. 400 
.Gauntlet, see Arms 

Gauntress, buttery furniture, 16th century, xlviii. 
131 



Gaurs, the magi, ii. 243 

Gavardi, Lelio, xl. 15 

Gavelkind, the custom of, ii. 347; 1. 195, 211, 

212 

Gavenny river, Wales, v. 35, 38 
Gavestone, Piers de, xxiii. 427 ; xxvi. 339 

Burial of, xlvi. 301 
Gavin, Frances, xiii. 2C7 
Gavr Innis, Brittany, monument at, xxxii. 443, 

444 ; xxxv. 250. 253 
Gawode, the lordship of, xviii. 130 
Gawsworth church, Cheshire, painting of the 

Judgment in, xxxvi. 3N7 
Painting of St. (.! corgi 1 and the Dragon in, 

xlix. 279 
Gay, Gilbert de, xxxvii. 435 

John. xxxi. 192 
Gaynpayne, *<< Anns 
Gavnsford. Elizabeth, xi. 125 
(lavton, Northants, Roman remains at, xxx. 125 
Gayton, .loan de. xxxix. I-IM 

Sir Philip cle. wooden edi.iry of, xlvi. 2MI 
Ga/a, Palestine, fortified by Templars, i. 2S> (a). 

2S5 (/.). 305 (c) 
Gazophylacium, the, xiii. 294 
Gcare, captain, xxxv. S 
Gebannium, ii. 21 
Gebe, John. xxi. 174 
Gebelin, Anthony, viii. 291, 292, 303 
Gebereht. the name of, xliv. 332 
Gebuhr, xxxiii. 276 
Geddington, Northamptonshire, xxix. 169 

Kleanor cross at, xxix. 172, 182 
Gcdlingcsmore, Yorkshire, v. 196 
Gedney, John, xxiv. 322 

William, xxv. 477 

Geeky, William, i. 205 (a), 206 (6), 226 (c) 
Geeres, Francis, xxxvii. 194, 206, 209 

Thomas, xxxvii. 212 
Geese, see Goose 
Geests of wood, xi. 437 
Geffes, William, xxxvi. 221 
Geffrey, John, xii. 362 
Gei, Walter de, xxxix. 443 

2?2 



292 



GEI-GEM 



Geinsflech, Johannes, xi. 280, 298 
Gulduba, the Roman station of, xliii. 253 
Gelingham, Dorsetshire, viii. 221 
Gell, family of, xii. 5 
Cell, Mr, ix. 206 ; x. 33 ; xii. 1, 2 

Philip, x. 24 

Gcllep, Germany, xliii. 253 
Gellins, name on nn inscription, xii. 4 
Gclthns, Adam. xi. 298 
Gemini, the zodiacal sign of, xlvii. 343, 344, .'547, 

:us, ::57, :!<;i> 
Gems, agute cuji, presented to Hugh, king 1 of 

Italy, xlvi. !>:> 

Animals, mythical, on, xlviii. ,">'>, 51 
Antincnis as Mercury on. i. 111! (n), 113 (/;), 

125 (0 

Apulli) Agyieus on, xlviii. ti 
At Winilxii- castle, xlv. 1 ; xlvii. 4o3 
( 'arbiincle. xlix. JJ 
Carnelians, engraved, xlviii. 22, 2G 
Celtic art in engraving, xlix. 21 
Charles 1.. jewels of, xlvii. .'i!t7 

George, worn by, on scaffold, 1. 114 

( )val |ii-nilant George belonging to, xlix. 

274 

Chastity, to secure, xxi. liM 
Christian symbols on early intaglios, xlviii. 

40 

Claudius, head of, on 11 gem, xlv. (j 
Cocks fighting on. iii. !'!(! 
Crown jewels, papers relating to, in the IGth 

and 17th centuries, xlviii. 201 
Crystal, set in silver, vii. 116 

Known as Docket's shoe-buckle, 1. 142 
Diamond, art of engraving on, xlv. 22 

Called " Mirror of Naples," xlvii. 300 
Engraved work on, ICth century, xlvii. 

403 

Of Charles I., 1. 112, 117 
Portrait of Don Carlos on, xlvii. 404 
Signets, at Florence, xlvii. 404 
At St. Petersburg, xlvii. 404 
Of Charles I., xlvii. 393, 407, 408 ; 
1. 104 



Gems continued 

Of Henrietta Maria, xlvii. 393; 1. 

104 

Of Mary I., xlvii. 403 
Of Mary of Modena, queen of James 

II., xlvii. 404 
Of Philip II. xlvii. 403 
Elizabeth, head of, on, xlv. 17 
Enichmus, 1. 524 

Erkcnwald, Saint, on shriue of, 1. 444 
Franks, Mr, signet-stone in possession of, 

xlvii. 401 

From Babylon, xviii. 471 
From Bosnia, xlix. 20 

From Caerleon, Wales, ii. G ; v. 71 ; vi. 11 
From Cambridge, xix. 401, 404 
From Kpitaurum, xlviii. 17, 23, 25 
Fi-om Lapac, xlviii. 5G 
From Narona, xlviii. 77 
From Kagusa Vccchia, xlviii. 6 
From Ragusa cathedral, xlviii. 26 
From Kisinium, xlviii. 49, 50 
From .Saint Albans, xxx. '144 
From Scodra, xlviii. 83 
From Tartar tomb, ii. 224 
Garnet, called ' Alamandina>," xlix. 524 

Anglo-Saxon, from Sleaford, Lincoln- 
shire, 1. 400, 403 
George, Saint, on, xlv. 12, 14, 27 
Gnostic, JOHN YOXGE AKKUMAN on, xxxiii. 

133 

Griphi, xiv. 14, 18 
Grylli, xiv. 14, 18 

Gryphon, the, on, xlviii. 50, 368, 369 
Ilenry VIII, on, xlv. 16 
Imitated by the Jews, xlvi. 93 

By the Romans, xlvi. 89 
Intaglio, Roman, from Anglo-Saxon grave, 

1.404 

Italian pendant, xlv. 13, 14 
Jacinth, 1. 490 
James II, list of jewels belonging to, xviii. 

237 
Jasper, pommel of sword of, xxxii. 395 












GEM-GEO 



293 



Gems continued 

Jewel-house, royal, papers relating to, in 

sixteenth and seventeenth centuries. 

xlviii. 201 
Jewelry, Roman, from Risinium, xlviii. 49 

Temp. Henry VII., xlix. 28G 
Jewels, monastic, forbidden to be sold, xlvii 

59 

Louis XII., head of, on, xlv. 1.3 
Margaret of Austria, head of, on, xlv. 1G, 23 
Mary II., signets of, xlvii. 406; 1. 104 
Mary, queen of Scots, signets of, xlvii. 394. 

398, 399 ; 1. 105 
Minerva, on, 1. 404 
Monile, 1. 514 
Onyx, viii. 427 

Cup of, xlvi. 93 
In cover of a MS., xxvii. 419 
Peridot, 1. 524 

Philip II., head of, on, xlv. 1C, 22 
Quadriga on, ii. 42 
Ragge, pearle, xxii. 176, 177 
Rose, the, as an antique gem, xlviii. 50 
Sapphire, chalice said to be made of, xlii. 

412 

Signet of queen Mary II., 1. 104 
Socrates, head of, on, xlvii. 404 
Theodoric, with monogram of, xlix. 22 
Topaz, xxxi. 472 

Turquoise, found in India, 1. 524 
Used by women in childbirth, xxx. 446 
Venetian pendant, xlv. 11, 12 
Veronica, on, xlv. 15 
Virtues of gems, xxx. 438, 447 
Wentworth, Thomas, earl of Straff ord, George 

pendants of, xlix. 274 
Geminals, twins, xiv. 10 
Gemmow, gemmal ring, xiv. 7, 10 
Gemoll, a hinge, xxxv. 431, 433 
Gencay, France, castle of, xxxv. 41 

Church of Saint Maurice, near, xxxv. 41 
Gencelin, Sussex, xlv. 429 

Genesius, pope, epitaph of, at Clermont, France, 
ii. 189 



Genet, an animal, xxix. 44 
Name of a ship, vi. 201 
Order of the, xxix. 44, 45 

Geneva, lake of, lake dwellings on, xxxviii. 180 
Cloth of, ix. 251 

Watch trade of, xxxiii. 300, 306, 307 
Genevievc, saint, image of, at Paris, ii. 47 
Gencvile, Geffrai de, xxxix. 443 
Geneville, Joan de, xxxix. 174 
Genghis-khan, ii. 227, 228, 231 ; vii. 228 
Genialis, on inscriptions, xxvii. 216 
Genii, connected with matronac, xlvi. IS') 
Guardians of the loci, xlvi. 178 
Male spirits, xlvi. 179 
Whether they are I'mitliea, viii. t"> 
Genning.s, John, xiii. 262, 266 
Gennys, John, xviii. 406 
Genoa, Italy, xxxvii. 166, lyj. 

Commercial importance of, xxi. 2'.'.'! 

Commerce of, xxviii. 21u 

The sacro ratino at, .suj>|H.:.scd to be an 

emerald, xlvi. !>!> 
Genouillieres, ,<<(.- Arms 
Gent, Edward, xlii. :177 
George, xiv. 71 
Thomas, i. M5 (n) (/.), 16(1 (c), 1 1-6 () (I,), 

161 (,; 
Genthios (Tllyrian king), xlviii. 13, 44 

Roman campaign against, xlix. .'!!, 41 
Gentian, the herb, introduction of. xlviii. 4:> 
Gentleman's Magazine, the, description of picture 
of St. George and the dragon in, xlix. 
248, 249 

Gentlewoman, harping, xxi. 258 
Holding a hawk, xxi. 258 
With whelp in her hand, xxi. 258 
Genvillc G. de, xvi. 50, 78 
Geoffrey, bishop of Lincoln, seal of, xxi. 31 
Le Bel, comte du Mans, xxiv. 269 
Of Monmouth, xx. 251 ; xxiii. 335 
Geoghagen, Keedah, ii. 32 
Geoghegan, A. G., xliii. 383 

Geography (Ptolemy's) of the British islands, 
xlviii. 379 






234 



GEO-GER 



Geometry, knowledge of, by the Britons, xlviii. 

235 

George, David, xxxi. 462 
John, xxv. 383 
Mr., viii. 97 
George II., duke of Saxony (1(578), xxxvii. 147, 

150 

George I., king, household expenses of, xii. 88 
George II., king, expenses for embalming, iii. 402 
H'HisehoM expenses of, xii. SS 
Ordered the side of his collin and that of 
<|iirrn Caroline to be removed, xlv. 31") 
Georirc III., king, household exjienses of, xii. 8S 
(ieuru'v noble, coin, recommendation to issue 

( I."i2'i i, xlvii. 2'.<<i 

(icorgc i>n ilic hoop, an inn sign, xviii. 197 
(ieorgc. Saint, appearance of, xii. 2t >5 

Ann ol, tin' Bosphorus so railed, v. ."i 

Jianner of. i. :>4ii (n). .'!!'- (/>), :".'! (r). 350 

(-/), :;.".!' (/.). :!77 (,) 
Churches dedicated to, v. 5 
Cniitract fur making tlic image of. at Wv- 

inondham, xliii. '27 I 
Dress of. in Strawberry hill painting, xlix. 

2*7 

Karly engravings of, with lamb, xlix. _'(!( '. 
Kijnestrian figures of, xlix. 2(12 
Festival nl, v. 7 

Figure of. at Dijon, xxv. 572 ; .xlix. 2tid 
Figure of, in Henry Vll.'s ehajiel, West- 
minster, xlvii. 375, 377 
Figures of (various), .xliii. 234, 271, 272; 

xlix. 25u, 251, 254, 255, 25(!, 257, 258, 

25'., 260, 2C1, 202, 272 
His existence doubted, v. 3 
Mentioned by William of Malmesbtuy, v. 25 
Not patron of England until the time of 

Edward III., v. 20 
On a gem, xlv. 12, 14, 27 
Patron of Edward III., xii. 204 
Relics of, v. 7 ; xxi. 396 
Said to have been an Arian bishop, v. 3, 4 
SAMI EL PKGOE on, v. 1 
Sculpture of, in Norwich castle, xii. 154 



George cont inued 

Statue of, by Donatello, xlix. 260 

The legend of, xxii. 109 ; xlix. 265, 266 

War-cry of the English, v. 19 

Worshipped by sovereigns of Europe repre- 
sented in painting, xlix. 255 
George, Saint, and the Dragon, xxii. 112 

In Italian mural painting, 15th century, xlix. 
263 

On suit of armour in Tower of London, xlix. 
271, 272, 273 

Representation of, 1. 171 

Votive painting of, formerly at Strawberry 

hill, xlix. 243 

George, the, badge of the order of the garter, 
bequeathed by will, xlii. 348, 349, 350 

When first introduced, v. 15 

Worn by Charles I. on the scaffold, 1. 114 
Georges, a tenement named, xii. 29 
Georges sound, bows used at, vii. 60 
Georgez, Edmund, fee Gorges 
Georgionc, sue Harbarelli, Giorgione 
Gepping, Germany, the Star inn at, xxxv. 204 
Geraint, xiv. 220 
Gerard, a heretic, ix. 295, 296, 302 

Abbot of Orleans, x. 369 
Gerard. Anne, xxxix. 168 

Sir Charles, xxxv. 338 

Charles, lord Gerard, xxxv. 336 

Charlotte, xxxv. 338 

George', xxxix. 168 

Sir Gilbert, xxxvii. 214 

John, xii. 197 ; xv. 137, 139 

Miles, xxi. 180 

Sir Thomas, xxii. 175, 185 

Thomas, xiii. 94 

Sir William, xxxix. 168 

William, xxxvii. 273 
Gerasa, Syria, temple at, xxv. 226 
Gerasa and Pella, map showing the relative 

positions of, xxi. 142, 146 
Gerat, Robert, xliii. 223 
Gerbert, sec Silvester II., pope 
Gerbier, Sir Balthasar, xxxii. 148 ; xxxvii. 230 






GER-GHA 



295 



Gere, Alice de la, xxxvii. 291 
Gdrente, Alfred, xxxiii. 359 

Henry, xxxiii. 359 
Gergovia, antiquities from, xlvi. 476 
Gerhard, cavalier, xli. 275 
Gerki, name of one of Woden's wolves, viii. 

187 

Gerlestre, Yorks, the wapentake of, v. 193 
Germain, Saint, xlvii. 369 
Germaine, Elizabeth, xxxiii. 19 
Lady Elizabeth, xxxix. 55 
German, Samuel, 1. 22 
Germanicopolis, coin of, xvii. 218 
Germanicus, emperor, xxxix. 508 

Campaign of, against the Mazaei, xlix. 12 
Germanus, vi. 22 

Patriarch of Constantinople, letters of, xlvii. 

2,39 

Saint, xxiv. 14 
Germany, Brick architecture in, character of, 

xlix. 362 

Cards in, viii. 139 
Early commercial connection of -with Italy 

xli. 189 

Henry Il.'s relations with, 1. 298 
Law of inheritance in, archaic, 1. '205 
Manufacture of transparent glass in, xlvi. 98 
North, the brick architecture of, ALEXANDER 

NESBITT on. xxxix. 93 
Storage pits built by inhabitants of, xlvi. 

449 
The double-headed eagle of the emperor of, 

xxxix. 378 

Towns of, picturesqueness of, xlix. 302 
Use of the padlock in, xlvii. 445 
Germigny-sur- Loire, France, church at, xxxvii. 

244 

Dedication inscription at, xxxvii. 246 
Germin, Michael, xxviii. 22 
Gerningham, see Jerningham 
Gernon, Sir John, xi. 52 

Randal de, earl of Chester, iii. 3 
Robert, xi. 52 
Roger, xi. 51 



Gernsbach, Germany, tombstone at, xxx. 435 

GerpunviUe, Albreda, xlv. 449 

Gerrelin, alias Hinckaert, chevalier, 1. 77 

Gerrhians, the, ii. 261, 264 

Gerstang, see Garstang 

Gertrude of Nivelle, saint, mice on her crosier, 
xxxvi. 445 

Gcrue, the monastery of, v. 206 

Gerunda, Spain, iii. 108 

Geruvigus, xxvi. 146, 162 

Gervase, abbot of Westminster, xxiii. 209 
Nicholas, xl. 449 

Gervii, the, x. 226 

Gervis, Henry, xxv. 338 

Gusner, Conrad, thought stone axes thunder- 
bolts, ii. 118 

Gesofe, our Lady of, xxxvi. 226 

Gesselintr, Germany, Swan inn at, xxxv. 204 

Gessipe, Robert, swan-mark of, xvi. 153 

Gessoriacum, i. 183 (a), 184 (b), 2u3 (c) ; iii. 

251; xxviii. 399, 400; xxxi. 46U 
Roman Pharos at, i. 185 (), 1S6 (/). 2u5 

(0 

Gest, Edmund, bishop of Rochester, xxxi. 1(>2 

Robert, xlv. 186 
Gcta, iii. 145 
Getae, the, i. 233(a), 235 (I), 254 (<) v. 277 ; 

xvi. 121 

Called Tihtans, Teiitones, Teiitsclis, ii. 248 
Gethyn, Thomas, xxxi. 427 
Getica, iii. 182 
Geton, getoun, a banner, i. 347 (a), 349 (b), 373 

(c) ; xxii. 396 
Getter, Thomas, xxxi. 205 
Getulians, the, xvi. 119 
Gevall house, Kent, xii. 13 
Geveldala, Yorkshire, vi. 49 
Geveny or Keveney, Wales, a river, ii. 21 
Gevingetone, Henry de, xlv. 459 
Gewen, Thomas, letter from to William Moriee, 

xxiv. 137 

Geynische, John, xii. 384 
Ghain Tiffiha, Malta, rock tombs at, xl. 483 
Skulls from, xl. 488 



296 



GHE-GIL 



Ghent, Belgium, x. 389; xxi. 11; xxiii. 349; 

xxviii. 211 
English Benedictine convent at, xiii. 253, 

268 

Jesuits' college at, xiii. 252, 267 
Helmet in at, xxxv. 203 
Mount of Piety at, xxix. 275 
Gherbault, bishop of Liege, xxxii. 120 
Ghcrbod, family of, xxxii. 10S, 12U 
Karl of Chester, xxxii. 11!>, 121 
Ghirlandajo, Dominico, drawings by, i. 131 (n) 

(/..), 11'. (') 
Kidolpho. xxxix. 32 
Cihisi, (iforiri 1 . xxxix. 3(> 

Ghisnt's, Munassc-s, count of. charters of, xxxi. 

.).>] .).>.) 
i , 

Ghlune, Dim. Xcil. xxii. 408 
(ihvsh, n giant, xliv. -l-2i> 
Giiulus, an Kastern stone, ii. 120 
(iiant. derivation of, vii. 271 

linage of, at Wyinondham, Norfolk, xliii. 

11-1 

Smiting a boar, xxi. 2(52 
With leg of a bear in his hand, xxi. 2">S 
(iiant. a hill. Dorsetshire, v. 238 
Giants' dance, a name of Stonehengc, ii. ;">! ; 

xxxv. 2:-!4 
Grave, 1'cnritli churchyard, Cumberland, 

CH.U:I.I:S LYTTKLTOX on, ii. 48 
Teeth, xxxv. 234 
Thumb, monolith in Penrith churchyard, 

Cumberland, ii. 50 
Gibb Tarn, Cumberland, xliv. 276 
Gibbon, Mr., xiv. 193; xlv. 92 
Gibbons, Mr., viii. 74 

Thomas, xliii. 16G 
Gibbs, Francis, xlviii. 354 

Mr., iv. 159 ; xxiv. 140 
Gibson, Benjamin, xxx. 185 
Charles, xviii. 93 
Edmund, xxv. 492, 494, 538 
GIBSOX, FRAXCIS, on the machine called the 
Lewis, x. 123 



GIBSOX, J., on gardens near London in 1691, xii. 

181 

Gibson, John, xxv. 453 
Mr., v. 204 
Nicholas, xxxii. 36 
Richard, iii. 216 ; xiii. 92 ; xxi. 182 ; xxxvi. 

16 

Robert, ix. 211 
GIBSOX, WILLIAM, xviii. 436; xxiii. 369; xlviL 

86 

On an urn found at Colney, Norfolk, xiv. 1 
On a stone cross at Hemsby, Norfolk, xiv. 

40 
On the dormitory and refectory of Norwich 

cathedral, xv. 326 

GIRKOX, WILLIAM SIDXKY, on ordeals, xxxii. 263 
Giddy, Davies, xvii. 338 
Giffard, archbishop of Rheims, xiii. 264 
(iilTard, Alexander, xxxix. 443 
Sir George, xxxiv. 315 
George, xxxiii. 214 

Inscription of, in tower of London, xiii. 

82 

Gilbert, xiii. 82 
John, xxxix. 443 
Sir John, ii. 296 
John, xi. 53, 346 ; xxviii. 281 
Osbern, xxxix. 443 
Robert, xvi. 36, 56 ; xxxix. 443 
Thomas, xliii. 202 
William, xxxix. 443 

Bishop of Winchester, 1. 251 
Gifradi, Robert, xxxii. 124 
Gift, marriage, iii. 156 
Giggs, Margaret, xxxvi. 77 
Gignac, France, bridge at, xvii. 43, 45 
Gihon, the fountain of, Palestine, xliv. 36 
Gilbard, William, xi. 249; xxxii. 445 
Gilbert, Adrian, xxxiv. 142 
Elizabeth, xxxiii. 225 

Sir Humphry, xii. 401 ; xxviii. 137 ; xxxiii. 
225 ; xxxiv. 139 
Letter of, xxxiv. 143 




GIL-GIN 



297 



Gilbert continued 

Plan of, for instituting a London Aca- 
demy, xxi. 506 
Isabella, xxxiii. 225 
Sir John, xxii. 176 ; xxxiii. 225 ; xxxiv. 142, 

154, 167, 323, 330 ; xxxviii. 248 
John, xiv. 126 ; xl. 397 
Katherine, xxxiii. 225 
Otho, xxxiii. 225 
Thomas, xxxiii. 225 
William, xi. 2-13; xliii. 214 
Gilchrist, earl of Angus, ix. 51 

James P., xxxii. 263 
Gildas, xxxii. 335, 336 ; xli. 427 ; xliv. 366 

An emendation of a passage in, SA.MUKF, 

PEGGE on, v. 272 
Gilder, Thomas, xxv. 445 
Gilding, vii. 128 
Gildroth, ix. 56 
Gilds, xxx. 499 

Archaic nature of, 1. 206 

At Boston, Lincolnshire, 1. 191 

Bury St. Edmund's, Suffolk, xlii. 1)72 
Cambridge, iii. 19 
Chichcster, Sussex, xlv. 192 
Coventry, Warwickshire, xxxvi. 439, 

451 ; 1. 187 

Kirton-in-Lindsey, Lincolnshire, xlii. 299 
Leicester, xliv. 179 
Louth, Lincolnshire, x. 76, 79 
Lynn, Norfolk, 1. 188 
Newport Wentloog, Monmouthshire, 

xlviii. 445 

Prittlewell, Essex, 1. 193 
Salonae, Dalmatia, of Roman artificers, 

xlix. 10 

Stratford - upon - Avon, Warwickshire, 
xxxvi. 450 

Grant of advowson to chantry of, 
W. S. WALFORD on, xxxviii. 135 
Stratton, Cornwall, xlvi. 200 
Wymondham, Norfolk, xliii. 271 
Definition of, xlvii. 127, 128 
Workmen's, twelfth century, 1. 3 



Gileberd, John, xxxvii. 291 
Giles, Edward, xii. 275 
John, xxxvii. 200 

Woolstapler's mark of, xxxvii. 383, 38! 
R., xix. 284 
Richard, xxxvii. 438 
Saint, xlvii. 185, 369 
Gill, John, x. 372 

T., xxi. 27 

Gillesland, Cumberland, see Gilsland 
Gillespic Moir, xi. 46 
Oilligate Moor, Durham, vii. 78 
Gilling, Yorkshire, ix. 282; x. 55; xxv. 35 

Castle, inventory of furniture at, UJtli ren- 

tury. xlviii. 12:!, 148 
Gillingham, Kent, viii. 107, 235; xi. 34k .''72; 

xii. 267 

Sediliu at, xi. '.M'l 

Gillionen, mountain, Wales, iii. 115 
Gillocher, earl of Marr, xix. 215, 2 M! 
Gill's Graves, near Glynde, Sussex, xlvi. 42<"> 
Gilly-flower, tenure of, xii. 30 
Gilman, Daniel, xxxv. 447 
ilohn, xn. 367 
William, xii. 366 

Ciilpin, surname of, origin of, vii. 285 
Gilpin, Bernard, vi. 370 
Edmund, xxxiii. 100 
Gilse, a salmon, xxii. 4 
Gilsland, Cumberland, vi. 53 ; xxii. 165, 16^. li'.(i 

Regulations of the barony of, xx. 160 
Gilt clasps, Anglo-Saxon, from Sleaford, Lin- 
colnshire, 1 396, 400, 402, 403, 404, 4u5 
Object found at Coesar's camp, Folkestone, 

Kent, xlvii. 437, 459 
Pin, Anglo-Saxon, from Sleaford, 1. 402 
Gilton, Kent, xxxvi. 176 ; xli. 410, 416, 419 
Antiquities found at, xxx. 132 
Glass bead found at, xlv. 301 
Sword found at, xliv. 333 
Gilwyn, Roger, xiii. 13 
Gimmer, xiv. 13 

Ginez Herald, i. 353 (a), 355 (6), 379 (c), 354 (a), 
356 (b), 380 (c) 

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298 



GIN-GLA 



Ginga, si. 258 

Ginston, xx. 491 

Giooondi, Bartolommeo, xl. 20 

Francesco, xl. 20 

Giovanni, xl. 21, 33 

Ginlinnn, xl. 20 

Jocundo, xl. 21 
Giols, a kind of fisli. xxii. 4 
Giorgi, Ignatio, xxi. !'J 
Gidi-gioiu 1 , .-'' l!arl);iri'lli, Giorgione 
Giotto, i. :H (/) ('). 3S (>) 

Paintinir of tlie Judgment by, xxxvi. 383 

Paintings by, at I'adua, xliv. 175, 184 

Said to liavo invented tlic art of working in 

unfair. \. 1 ">3 

Gi]i|>inLr, Suffolk, i. ::s| <), :is:> (/,), 4U! (<) 
tii|i]iintr. river. \. !>! I 
(iipsies. called T/iggany in Russia, vii. .'S'.'.'J 

Lan^n a ire of tlie, JAI'OII BI;YAM on, vii. 
:;-7 
WII.I,I\M MAI:SI.I:N on, vii. l!Sl2 

Ori.irin of the. xlvi. IW 

1'asspoi-t for ( l"i Mi), xviii. 127 

lientetl tlie eliureli-liou.se at Stratton, xlvi. 
I'.'S 

Vocalmlarv of, vii. o^G, 38b 
<liraldi. I/Al.be. iii. 1^2 

Lilio (iruirorio, xl. 33 
(iiraldtis Cambrensis, iv. '2 ; v. G7 
(.iintfdin, Mons.. xxxv. 'J-i 
(iirdelers 1 Cdinjiaiiy. xxxi. 389 
Girdle, ornamental, found in Swiss grave-mounds, 
xlvii. 13.". 

Tucking 1 , xli. 351 

Worn at feast of fools, xv. 225 
Girdle-hangers, bronze, Anglo-Saxon, from Slea- 
ford, Lincolnshire, 1. 399, 406 

Ivory, from Sleaford, 1. 386, 387, 393, 398, 

402 

Girdyke, John, x. 82 
Giresme, Artur de, xliv. 296 

Nicolay de, xliv. 296 

Philippe de, xliv. 296 

Pierre de, xlfv. 296 

Regnanlt de, xliv. 295 



Girlington, Nicholas, xxxviii. 51 

GIRTON, J. F., on Roman remains found at Hemel 

Hempsted, Herts, xxvii. 434 
Girvia, North and South, the provinces of, xii. 140 
Girwy, Ceolfrid, abbot of, iv. 103 
Gisborough, Yorks, iv. 37 

Remains found at, xxxi. 472 

The prior of, a prisoner in the Tower, xviii. 

297 

Gise, Auneel de, xxxix. 443 
Gisela, daughter of Charles the Simple, xlv. 

244 

Gislebertns, abbot, effigy of, xlvii. 177 
(iisleham, Suffolk, xii. 172 
Gi.sohtus, xxv. 604 
Gist, taking cattle to gra/.e, xlvi. 379 

Fines for, at Bottesford, Lincolnshire, 1. 

375 

Gistae, joists or rafters, xxv. 157 
Gistell, Gualtier de, xxxix. 443 
Gistelles, ]\Iaria of, xxi. 308 
Giveales, the, xii. 13 
Givendale, Yorkshire, vi. 53 
Gladiator, xix. 70 
(ilain Stone, the, xxxiv. 48 
Glamorgan, Wales, xx. 39 
Glamorgan, earl of, see Nevil, Richard 

Thomas de, xxxi. 69 

Glamorganshire, antiquities of, JOHN STRAXOK 
on, vi. 6 

Bronze helmets found in, xliii. 552 

Gold torques from, xxvi. 464 ; xxxix. 506 

Hoar-stones in, xxv. 59 

Roman stations in, WILLIAM HAKIMS on, 

ii. 1 

Glanford Briggs, Lincolnshire, xl. 235 
Glangwnny, Caernarvon, celt from, vii. 417 
Glanville, G., x. 472 

Hugo de, xxvii. 294; 1. 217, 218, 221 

Sire de, xxxix. 443 
Glapetorp, xvii. 318 
Glappa, king of Bernicia, xxv. 284 
Glascockes, Elizabeth, xl. 316 
Glasgow, Scotland, archbishop of (1550), xviii. 
137 









GLA 



299 



Glasgow continued 
Bridge at, xvii. 48 
Diocese of, xvii. 238 
Prehistoric boats found near, 1. 370 
Glass, Assyrian, xlvi. 67, 68, 78, 85, 129, 130 
, Austrian, xlvi. 78, 97 

Babylonian, xlvi. 67, 68, 78, 86, 129, 130 
. . Beads, see Beads 

Bohemian, xlvi. 78, 97 

Byzantine, xlvi. 68, 78, 93 

Celtic, xlvi. 67, 72, 78, 83, 84, 89, 100, 148 

Columns, xlvi. 85 

Decay of, xlvi. 121 

Age determined by, xlvi. 132 
Beautiful forms of, xlvi. 13:5 
Different kinds of, xlvi. 68, 99 
Granular decay, xlvi. 72 
Iridescent decay, xlvi. 68 
Specimens of decay, xlvi. 141 
Discs, xlvi. 89 
Dutch, xlvi. 78, 99 
Egyptian, xlvi. 67, 68, 72, 78, 79, 80, 84, 86, 

99, 100, 101, 122, 149 
English, xlvi. 78, 91, 98, 136 
Flemish, xlvi. 78, 99 
French, xlvi. 78, 98 
German, xlvi. 78, 98 
Gothic, xlvi. 65, 67, 72, 78, 90, 100. 101, 

103-121, 122, 130, 135, 136, 152 
Greek, xlvi. 78, 79, 87, 99 
In wall decorations, xlv. 276 
Jewish, xlvi. 78, 82, 84, 86, 92 
Lamps for mosques, xlvi. 92 
Manufacture of, ancient, xlvi. 110 
Different kinds of, xlvi. 77, 102 
Opaque, xlvi. 80 
Specimens of, xlvi. 153 
Translucent, xlvi. 83, 90 
Transparent, xlvi. 84 

Medieval, found in a Cornish barrow, xlix. 197 
Mosaic and sectile work, xlv. 269 
Obelisks, xlvi. 85 

Panes of, when introduced, xlii. 456 
Persian, xlvi. 68, 78, 86, 91 



Glass continued 

Phoenician, xlvi. 65, 67, 68, 72, 78, 79, 80, 

83, 84, 99, 100 
Prehistoric, xlvi. 72, 79 
Removal of, from windows, vi. 284 
Rods, xlv. 300 

Roman, ix. 321; xxv. 11; xlvi. 65, 67, (18, 
69, 77, 78, 79, 88, 99, 100, 101, 105, 130, 
142, 143, 153, 162, 170; 1. 273 
Saracenic, xlvi. 68, 78, 91, 92 
Statue of Serapis of, xlvi. 85 
Swedish, xlvi. 78, 99 
Swiss, xlvi. 78, 98 

Teutonic, xlvi. 67, 68. 72, 78. 89, 9U, 99, 100 
Tokens (Saracenic), xlvi. '.'2 
Used as money, xiii. 186 
Used by the Romans to protect vines and 

cucumbers, vn. 1 16 
Venetian, xlvi. 65, 68, 71. 78, 80, 94, '.'7, 

In:,. \-2-2. 129. 1 I-:! 
Wall of, at Damascus, xlvi. 93 
Weights (Saracenic), xlvi. 92 
Window, at Pompeii, iv. 171 
Window, Roman, found at Silehester, 1. 27:! 
Glass, stained : 

Bccket, St. Thomas, martyrdom of in, ix. :!(''. s 
Colours used in Gothic, xlvi. 1U6, 116 
MAULTS, ROIIIOIIT, on, viii. :>21 
Stewart, family history represented in, viii. 

321 
At Amiens, France, xliv. 180 

Barton-upon-Humber, Lincolnshire, xl. 

236 
Bordeaux, France, church of Saint 

Simeon, i. 78 (a) (?-), 88 (c) 
Bowness, Cumberland, xlix. 259 
Bracebridge Hall, Lincolnshire, xxxiii. 63 
Brereton, Cheshire, ix. 368 

THOMAS CRANK on, xiii. 405 
SAMUEL DEXXK on, x. 334 
SAMUEL PEGGE on, x. 50 
Brussels, xxxvi. 388 
Cambridge, King's college, xlvi. 137 
Carlisle cathedral, xxxvi. 385, 386 

2Q2 



300 



GLA 



Glass, stained continued 

Chalons, France, church of Notre Dame, 

iv. ISO 

Chartrcs, France, xliv. 180 
Coventry, Warwickshire, church of Saint 

Michael, xxxvi. 4-40 
Dewsbury, Yorksliire, All Saints church, 

xliv. 178 
Fairfiml, Gloucestershire, xxxvi. 387, 

4.v.i; xlvi. l:!7, 138 
]Iurii>n Kirby, Kent, xxxi. o71 
llunsdon. Herts, xxxvii. 312 
Ibbc'rton, Dorset, xlviii. 347 
Kings Langley, Jlcris. xlvi. .'!!:> 
Leicester town hall, xliv. ITS, 17!' 
Le Man*. France, xxxiii. 3 .">'.( 
Lichticld cathedral. Staffordshire, xxxvi. 

.'Jss 
London. Saint I)unstan'schurch,xxxi.37l 

Tin- Tower, xxxi. '!"( 
.Malvcrn, (in-lit, Worcestershire, xxxix. 

2Hi; xlix. 2.V! 

Nimet Hishoj), Devon, xxxvii. 97 
Nostell priorv, Yorks. xliv. 223 
Oxford, Italinl college, xliii.)>7 
Oxford. Cliristchurcli. xxiii. Mil! 
Paris. Nut re Dame, xliv. ISO 
Poitiers cathedral, France, xxxiv. ~2'. l '2 
Hi|iun minster. Yorks, xvii. 13.~> 
Shrewsbury, xxxvi. llo 

Snint Mary's, xxxvi. 388 ; xliv. 178 
Tidenliam, Gloucestershire, xxix. '20 
Venice, xlix. 2<!(> 

Waynfleet school, Lincolnshire, xvii. 3J7 
Westminster abbey, xlvii. 376 

Jerusalem chamber, xxvi. 4.38 
Westminster, St. Margaret's, xlix. 254 
Whithy abbey, Yorks, vii. 317 
York minster, xlvi. 99 
(ilass vessels: 

From Alemannic graves, xxxvi. 139, 160 
Barrows, xliii. 494 
In sacristies, xlvi. 112 

Bottles, specimens of, xlvi. 85, 141, 143, 
144, 153, 154, 158, 161, 483 



Glass vessels continued 

Faults in the manufacture of Roman, 

xlvi. 77 
Found in the foundation of churches, 

xlvi. 132, 133 
From Kihvorth church, Leicestershire, 

xlvi. 132 

From Lutterworth church, Leicester- 
shire, xlvi. 132 

Bowls, of Byzantine period, xlvi. 93 
Cups, inscribed from Cyprus, xlvi. 88 
Of Chrosroes I. (Persia), xlvi. 91 
At St. Mark's, Venice, xlvi. 92 
Drinking glasses, ancient, xxvi. 75 
Font, made for Crutched Friars, London, 

xlvi. 98 

Lamps, xlvi. 92; xlix. 167 
Ossuary, Roman, xlvi. 101 
Portland vase, xxxi. 500 ; xlvi. 89 ; xlviii. 241 
From Amiens, France, xxxiii. 174 
Archipelago, Greek, xlvi. 81, 85 
Bartlow Hills, Essex, xxv. 6 ; xxvi. 302, 

304; xxviii. 2, 3; xxix. 4 
Bedford Purlieus, xxxii. 8 
British Museum, xlvi. 08, 71, 77, 78, 
80, 81, 85, 86, 90, 92, 93, 98, 99, 
100, 101, 129, 142 
Castle Eden, Durham, xv. 402 
Chcsterford, Essex, xxxi. 475 
Chilgrove, Sussex, xxxi. 312 
Colchester, Essex, xxxii. 404, 405; xxxix. 

508 

Cornish barrow, " Kara Creis," xlix. 187 
Coutance, France, xxxi. 461 
Comae, xxxvii. 330 
Cyprus, xlvi. 81, 99 
Desborongh, Northamptonshire, xlv. 469 

Dinton, Buckinghamshire, x. 169 

Doklea, xlviii. 85 

Egypt, turquoise blue, xlvi. 80 

Haverhill, Essex, xiv. 74 

Kernel Hempstead, Herts, xxvii. 434 

Italy, xlvi. 81 

Ithaca, xxxiii. 49, 54 

Kingsmead, Gloucester, x. 131 



GLA-GLO 



301 



Glass vessels continued 

London, Crooked Lane, xxiv 202 
The Tower, v. 305 
Memphis, xlvi. 101 
Narona, xlviii. 75 
Nismes, xxxiv. 70, 71, 72 
Plymouth, xl. 504 
Shefford, Bedfordshire, xxxi. -188 
Sherwood Forest, x. 381, 382 
Sicily, xlvi. 81 

Southfleet, Kent, xiv. 38, 221 
Stanwix, Cumberland, xxxix. 508 
Urdingen, Germany, xliii. 25-1, 255 
Winster, Derbyshire, iii. 274 
Glass-blowing, known to the early Egyptians, 

xlvi. 80 
Company incorporated for, 13th century, 

xlvi. 96 

Glass-cleaning, or restoration, xlvi. 130 
Glass-cutting, origin of, xlvi. 97 
Glass-making, treatise on the art of, 13th 

century, xlvi. 96 

GLASSE, GEORGE HENKY, on the affinity of words 
in the language of tho Sandwich and 
Friendly Islands with Hebrew, viii. 81 
Glaste, family of, xxii. 169 

Glastonbury abbey, Somersetshire, iv. 61 ; xi. 
413, 414 ; xxv. 34, 35 ; xxxii. 349 ; 1. 308 
Cup belonging to, xi. 411 
Gold tabula at, xxx. 147 
Privilege granted to by Cnut, i. 172 () (l>), 
191 fc) 
By Edgar, iii. 2 

i Tombs of abbots removed to Wells cathedral, 
\ ii. 300 

St. Joseph's chapel, plan of, xix. 366 
Glastonbury, the abbot of, xvi. 33 ; xxv. 393 
Glastonbury, bishopric of, in connection with 

Bath, 1. 305 

Glastowe, Robert, xii. 361 
Glaukon, xxiii. 258 

Glavendrup, Denmark, runic stone at, xliii. 103 
Glased bricks, used in 13th century churches of 
North Germany, xlix. 304 






Gleaston castle, Lancashire, v. 106 

Gleek, game at cards, viii. 144 

Gleeson, Mr., xliv. 415 

Glemsford, Suffolk, xi. 52 

Glenade, Ireland, bell found at, xxvii. 400 

Glenbeg, Scotland, v. 219 

Buildings at, v. 223 

Forts at, x. 100 

Stone circles at, i. 318 (n), 320 f/-), 342 (c) 
Glenbervie, Scotland, xxi. 489 
Glendale, William de, xxxi. 384 
Glendaloch, Scotland, viii. 1S5 

Sculptures at, viii. ISO 

Glendalough, Ireland, St. Kevin's church, xxxiii. 
151 

St. Kevin's kitchen, xxxviii. !.">."> 
Glendour, Owen, vi. .'Ml-; xx. l.V>. 2'il-. '1-1 
Glenelg, Scotland, v. 'I't'l 
Glencvy, Ireland, vii. 92 

Glenferness, Scotland, sculptured stone at, 1. L".'^ 
Glenhany, Edward, xii. 219 
Glen Kenns, Scotland, higgiin stone at, .x. 1 1-9 

Spear-head from, x. 48U 

Glenlade, near Rcculver, Kent, i. Si (</)(/<), 91 (') 
Glenluce, Scotland, abbey of, ix. ~>:\ 
Glennie, J. S. Stuart, Coptic papyri brought from 

the East by, xxxix. 117 
Glentworth, Lincolnshire, xii. 3l>!> 
Glevum, xviii. II*, 123, 444; xix. ISi); xxviii. 

416 

Glibb, viii. 186 

Glinde, Robert, xi. 426, 427, 430 
Globe, a (1556), xxxvi. 290 

Crystal, in a painting, xlix. 244 

Molineux globes, xlii. 357 

On ancient vase, xxiii. 180, 243 

Terrestrial, picture of, at Olivers, Essex, xv. 

402 
Gloria in Excelsis, the, in Greek language, xlvi. 

392 

Glossary, English, to uncommon words in a 
medical manuscript at Stockholm, xxx. 
403 
Glossop, Derbyshire, iii. 236 ; v. 89 ; x. 28 



302 



GLO GOA 



Gloucester, ii. 277, 335 ; ix. 98 ; xviii. 121 ; xix. 

180; xx. 64, 81; xxvi. 335 
Castle, xxvi. 335 
Cathedral, decay of glass at, xlvi. 73 

Discover}- of graves in, JOHN COOKK on, 

ix. 10 

Masons' marks in, xxx. 113, 120 
Misericords in, xliv. 165 
Monument to Osric at, ii. 2!>3 
Picture in, GKI:<;K SCHAKK on, xxxvi. 

37<>, :i7S, 3s6, 457 
Sedilia in, x. 21*7 
Sepulchral clligy of Robert, duke of 

Normandy in. ii. -".' I- 

Chiircli ol St. Mary-le-C'rjj)t, consecration 
cross in, xlviii. 4t>l 
St. Nicholas. Agnus Dei in, \lvii. 

170 

ral.-f derivation of the name, xxxii. 344 
Herald, i. 353 (a), i}55 (/,). :;7!l (r). ;!54 (n), 

35t; (M, 3su (,) 

Herloiie. a place so called in. xiv. 2(>S 
Honour of. ii. ;!;!."> 

Hospital of Saint Bartholomew, grant of 
confraternity of. to John de Tlior- 
nierton. xiv. 2t>7 
Mint at. xviii. li ; xxvi. I'l 
Oculist's stamp found at. ix. 22! > 
Hoinan coins found at, ix. .'171 
Roman water pipes found at. xviii. 443 
Steelyard found at, ix. 372 
Gloucester, bishop of, *< Benson, Martin ; 

Cheiney, Richard; Hoojier, Jolni 
Gloucester, carl of, v. 391. Sec Clare, Gilbert 
de : Despenser, Thomas; Plantagcnct, 
Humphrey ; Plantagenet, Thomas ; 
Richard III. 

Gloucester, Hugo de, xxvii. 296 
Isabella de, xv. 105 
John, xxx. 507 
Milo de, xxvi. 459 
Walter de, xii. 29 

Gloucestershire, ancient remains in, GEORGE 
ORMEKOD on, xxix. 5 



Gloucestershire continued 

Antiquities found in, THOMAS MUTLOW on, 

vii. 379 

Cider made in, iii. 78 
Cloth manufacture in, xxxv. 410 
Fortresses in the south-west of, JOHN LLOYD 

HAKKK on, xix. 161 
Hoar-stones in, xxv. 53 
Roman remains in, SAMUEL LYSOXS on, xviii. 

112 

Sedilia in, x. 296 

Vineyards in, i. 327 (a), 329 (6), 351 (c) 
Glover, Ambrose, xvii. 325 

Exhibits drawings of Roman pottery 
found near Findon, Sussex, xxi. 547 
.lohn, x. 73, 74, 92 
John Hulbert, x.xxiv. 12 
Robert, i. xx (), xxi (/,) (c) ; v. 213; vi. 

332; xvi. 280 
W. de, xiv. 185 
William, xxv. 41(5 
Gloves, ..(><.' Arms, Costume 

Belonging to St. Paul's cathedral, London, 

1. 447, 456, 474 
White, pair of, tenant's rent in Wartnaby, 

Leicestershire, xlvii. 95 
Gliick. Adam, xxxiii. 299 
Glyine, the river, Oxfordshire, xxxvii. 424 
Glyn, Sir George Llewcn, xxxii. 451 

.lolm, xxxix. 116 

Glynde, Sussex, iii. 408; xlvi. 426 
Gmelin, ilons., ii. 263 
Gneyth, the cross of, x. 251 
Goad, John, xxx. 21 
Goat, bronze figure of, found in Asia Minor, 

xiv. 14 

Foot of, impression on a tile, xxxv. 391 
Myths, xlvii. 355 

On ancient vases, xxiii. 145, 163, 168 
Painted on roof of Peterborough cathedral, 

Northants, ix. 147 
Price of, xviii. 283 

Remains of, found at Cabnrn, Sussex, xlvi. 
430 



GOA-GOD 



Goat continued 

Csesar's camp, Folkestone, Kent, xlvii. 
455, 456, 459, 460 

Worshipped in Egypt, iv. 241 
Goat-tree, xxxii. 183 
Goband, Galfrid, i. 179 (a) (I), 198 (c) 
Gobannium, ii. 21 ; iv. 4 ; v. 33, 34, 38 ; vi. 13 ; 

xvii. 168 

Gobiun, Hue, xxxix. 443 
G&ch, said to mean red in British, i. 66 (a) (&), 

74 (c) 

God beholding creation, illumination of, xxiv. 
340 

Supported by the Seraphim, illumination of, 

xxiv. 340 
God the Father, figure of on font, x 193 

Figure of, as pope, found in the Thames, 

xxxii. 409, 423 
Gods, early Aryan (Hindu), xlviii. 319 

Heathen, worshipped in France in the seventh 

century, viii. 185 
Godbold, family of, xlvi. 270 

Mr., iii. 315 ; iv. 119 
Goddan, Bess, xxv. 538 
Goddard, Bartholomew, xlv. 453 

Gnybon, xxiv. 319 

John, xlvii. 81 

Mr., xi. 180 ; xii. 276 

Richard, viii. 75 
Godhard, Thomas, xxxi. 202 
Goddington, Kent, iii. 55 
Gode, John le, xxxvii. 282 

Robert, xlvii. 99 
Godele, John de, xlv. 435 
Godeman, the monk, xxiv. 22 
Godemounestone, Joan de, xxxix. 443 
Goderons, roses on nobles of Edward III., iii. 318 
Godewyke, John, xxx. 430 
Godfred, xlv. 238 
Godfrey, bishop of Chichester, xxxv. 299 

Leaden plate commemorating, xxiii. 419 
Godfrey, duke of Normandy, vi. 170 
Godfrey, John, viii. 59 

Henry, xxxvii. 284 



Godfrey continued 

Katherine, xxxvi. 236 

Thomas, xv. 396 
Coding, Edmund, xi. 264 
Godington, Kent, a vineyard at, i. 326 (a), 328 (b), 

351 ( C ) 

Godiva, v. 206 

Godjaiu, Abyssinia, xxxii. 39 
Godleigh, Francis, printer, xxv. 103 
Godolphin, the barton of, Cornwall, xiv. 22"> 
Godman, Robert, xxxvi. 236 
Godmanchester, Huntingdonshire, vii. 7!', 14'i 
Godmanham, Yorkshire, vii. 80; xxxi. 2!>4 

Church of, i. 44 0) (/-), 4S (<) 
Godmanston, John, xx. 204 
Godmother, nuns not to stand for, xlvii. ."> ! 
Godmundham, src Godmanham 
Godofrid, king of Northumbria, xxv. 2>.^ 
Godric, abbot of Crowland, iii. i'7 

Saint, ix. 314; xxxii. 2! MI 
Godrum, xii. 142 
Godsalvc, Sir John, xxx. 474 
Ciodshill, Isle of Wight, fresco in the churcli of, 

xxxi. 4^3 

God-sons, cottage and gardeTi called, xii. .'!M 
Godstone, Surrey, suggested derivation of. i. 

149 (a) (I), 165 (r) 
Godtid, Richard, xlvii. KlO 
(lodui, Richard, xx. 152 
Godwell, John, xxxvii. 438 
Godwin, viii. 238 

Karl, v. 192; xxii. 290; xxv. :>98 ; xxxii. 

279 ; xxxviii. 38 
Godwin, Alice, viii. 78 

Francis, bishop of Llandaff, 1. 296 
GODWIN, GF.ORUK, on masons' marks, xxx. 113 
Godwin, George, Junior, exhibits bronze spear- 
head found at Fulham, Middlesex, xxxii. 393 
GODWIN', HENRY, on Donnington castle, Berkshire, 

xliv. 459 
Godwin, Mr., xliv., 416 

Richard, xlvii. 106 

William, xxxvii. 287 
Godwite, a fowl, xiii. 341, 385 



304 



GOD-GOL 



Godyng. Adam, xxxvii. 297 
Goedeij, Nicholas, xxxiii. 297 
Goer, Captain, xxxiv. 333, 334 
Goff, Elizabeth, xxxvii. 3 

Robert, xxxiv. 14 
G of ton. Francis, xiii. 34 

Gog and Magog, STKPHKX WKSTOX on, xviii. 263 
Gogmagog hills, near Cambridge, v. 44; xviii. 

342 

Gogh, Philip, xxxiii. 57 
( Jogions, xii. I."i4 

Goggeshall. Eleanor, i. 3S1 (o), 383 (I), 409 (c) 
Gopynveirz, Welsh poetry, xiv. 211 
Goisfredus. xxxii. 1 IV 
( ioitten. .'re Knit ten 
Golafre, Sir John, xliv. 404, 4G."> 
.lolin, xxxiv. 44 
Nicholas, xxxix. 21- 
I ">la-r<va. Italv, xlii. 1 17 
GollierRon, Daniel, xx.xviii. 78 
Colin ter, Ralph de. ix. 1 .".2 
Golbornc, David, xxxiii. .">7 

Edward, .xxxiii. 5S 
Golear, Yorkshire, derivation of name suggested, 

ii. 354 

Hocking stone at, ii. Ii.">:> 
Gold, a journey of. i'.c. fifteen pounds weight, xvi. 

168 

Cyprus, xvi. 7 ; xxix. 35, 52 
Export of, from Bosnia, in Middle Ages, 

xlix. 12 

Horses shod with, iii. 37 
Importation of, into Egypt, xxxiv. 385 
Leaf, used in Ely cathedral, ix. 152 

Use of, temp. Edward III., 1. 221 
Mines, Roman, regulations of, xlix. G 

In Dalmatia, xlix. 9 
Pattern, in painting of Richard II., at Wilton 

house, xlix. 250, 251 
Said to be made by alchemy in the Tower of 

London, iii. 319 

Tissue, found in tomb in Winchester cathe- 
dral, Hants, xlii. 312 
Venice, iii. 222 ; ix. 244 ; xii. 336 



Goldastus, xiv. 182 

Gold Cliff, Monmouthshire, v. 61 

Gold, cloth of, belonging to St. Paul's cathedral, 

London, 1. 456 
Diaper pattern on, on coffin of Henry III., 

xlr. 319 
Found in chapter house, Durham, xiv. 403, 

472 

Of baudekyn, xvi. 25 
Of black, xii. 335 
Of green, xvi. 92 
Of purple, xii. 335 
Goldcorn, John, iii. 19 

Gave a horn to Corpus Christ! college, 

Cambridge, iii. 9 ; v. 387 
Golde, John, xxvi. 331 
Goldeneth, John de, xxviii. 303 
Golden Fleece, the order of the, v. 4 
Golden Grove, Wales, iii. 113 
Golden horse, name of ship, xi. 184 
Golden Mile, near Cowbridge, Monmouthshire, 

ii. 15 
Gold ornaments, etc. : 

Jonx YONIII: AKKRMAX on, xxxv. 190 
Bracelets and armlets, xxxvi. 351; xiv. 370 
Belonging to the Queen, xliii. 55 7 
From America, South, xxxi. 472 
From Amiens, France, xxxiii. 174 
From Amwcll, Little, Hertfordshire, 

xviii. 446 

From Aspatria, Cumberland, xxii. 439 
From Carnac, France, xxvii. 14 
From Eastbourne, Sussex, xvi. 363 
From Egerton, Cheshire, xxvii. 401 
From Ireland, ii. 39 
From Praeneste, xii. 202, 205 
From Sonthfleet, Kent, xiv. 39 
From Wendover, Bucks, xxxiii. 347 
From Whitfiella, Ireland, ii. 41 
Balls from Ireland, xxviii. 437 
Bare from Lanant, Cornwall, xv. 118 
Bees, viii. 181 
Brooches, fibulae, buckles 

From Amiens, France, xxxiii. 174 



GOL 



305 



Gold ornaments continued 

From Ccrvetri, Italy, xli. 201 

From Ireland, ii. 39 

From London, Saint Mary Hill, iv. 

357 

From Praeneste, xli. 201 
From Winster, Derbyshire, iii. 275 
Bulla, from Breach Downs, Kent, xxx. 48 

From Upton Lovel, Wilts, xv. 128 
Button, from Bircham, Norfolk, xliii. 525 
From Normanton, Wiltshire, xliii. 525^ 
From Upton Lovel, Wilts, xliii. 525 
Chain, Ithaca, xxxiii. 40, 47, 54 

Southfleet, Kent, xiv. 38 
Charm, from Siberia, ii/225 
Coffin, iii. 389 

Coins, Roman, in ornaments, xxxii. G8 
Collar, xxv. 010 ; xxxii. 457 

From Allington, Wiltshire, xxxix. 507 
From Ardrah, Donegal, xxx. 137 
From Askill, Norfolk, xxxix. 506 
From Ballyshannon, Ireland, ii. 38 
From Baltimore, Ireland, ii. 38 
From Bittering, Norfolk, xxxix. 501! 
From Boyton, Suffolk, xxvi. 471 ; 

xxxix. 506 

From Ccsson, France, xxxix. 507 
From Christchnrch, Hampshire, xxxix. 

507 

From Deny, Ireland, xxxii. 399 
From Glamorganshire, xxvi. 464; 

xxxix. 506 

From Hackness, Yorkshire, xxx. 459 
From Haddenham, Cambridgeshire, 

xxxix. 507 

From Harlech, Wales, xxxix. 506 
From Ireland, ii. 36 xxviii. 437 
From Largo, Scotland, xxxix. 507 
From Llyn Gwernan, Wales, xxxix. 

506 

From Malpas, Cheshire, xxxix. 507 
From Mountfield. Sussex, xxxix. 507 
From Needwood Forest, Staffordshire, 

xxxiii. 176 



Gold ornaments continued 

From New Grange, Ireland, xxx. 137 
From Pattingham, Staffordshire, xxxiii. 

176 ; xxxix. 507 
From Penrith, hundred of, Cornwall, 

ii. 36 

From Quentin, Brittany, xxvii. 14 
From Reyshole, Ireland, ii. 36 
From Romsey. Hants, xxxix. ."05, 5(16 
From Roplcy, Hampshire, xxxix. 5i>7 
From Saint Leu d'Esserens, France, 

xxxix. 507 

From Slateford. Scotland, xxxix. 507 
From Tarn, Ireland, xxxix. 500 
From Tipper, Ireland, xxxix. .">' <\ 
From Urc|iihart, Scotland, xxxix. 5' '7 
From YsceivioLT, Flintshire, xxxix. 5u6 

Corslet, from !Mokl, Flintshire, xxvi. J22, 
428 

Crown, from Hissarlik, xiv. 44 

From the Tower of London, v. !4o 
From Tipperary. Ireland, \ ii. 1":! 

Crucifix in tomb of Kdward the Ctmfc.-sor, 
iii. 3! M i 

Cup from Asterabad, xxx. 24. s , 250 
From Hissarlik, xiv. 43 
From Liskeard, Cornwall, xlix. L 1 -;- 
From Scythia. ii. 2iil 

Earrings, from Amiens, France, xxx. 174 
From Athens, xviii. 72 
From Brighton, Sussex, xxix. 372 
From Falmer, Sussex, xxxii. 395 
From Orton, Morayshire, xliii. 531 
From Suffolk, xxxii. 395 

Egg, xxxviii. 369 

Lamp, from Asterabad, xxx. 249, 250 

Leaves, from Ithaca, xxxiii. 48 

Necklace, xxxv. 190; xiv. 370 

From Desborough, Northamptonshire. 

xiv. 468 
From Ithaca, xxxiii. 50 

Ornaments and objects, ii. 41 
From Asterabad, xxx. 250 
From America, South, xxxi. 472 
2R 



306 



GOL-GON 



Gold ornaments continued 

From Compton Mordoch, Warwick- 
shire, iii. 371 

From Cressingham, Norfolk, xliii. 528 
From Cullen, Ireland, iii. 360, 370 
From Dalmatia, xlix. 9 
From Dendcra, Egypt, xviii. GO 
From Ecclofcchan, Dumfries, ii. 41 
From Kllenborough, Cumberland, ii. 58 
From (iiilwnv, Ireland, ii. 40 
From Li/anl, the. Cornwall, ii. 40 
Frinii Lniitli. Ireland, ii. 41 
Fiiim Meath. Ireland, ii. 41 
From Merc. Wiltshire, xliii. 527 
From Mounttield, Sussex, xliii. 52M 
From Meroe. Nubia, xxix. 386 
From Praencstc, xli. 'Ji Hi 
Fr an Kuvenna, Italy, li'inji. Theodoric, 

xlvi. -J::7 

From Silieria, ii. 225 
From Tartary. ii. 22 ! 
Various, xi. 4^">, I-'. 1 ; xxix.7O; xxxiii. 

47, -M-: xliii. 525 
( )x's lirad. viii. 1>1 
Pendant, from Risinium, xlvm. -I'.' 
Plates from Abyssinia, \x\ii. -r'.- 
Ring from Silchestcr, Hants, viii. 41-!' 
Rod, from llallveasl le, Ireland, xvi. '.\~i:'> 
Shield of Charles the Great, iii. :!S'. 
Tabulae a: liasle, Switzerland, xxx. 144, 
14S 

At Kly. ( 'amliridireshire, xxx. 147 
At Glastonbury, Somerset, xxx. 147 
At Milan. Italy, xxx. 14S 
At Ramsey abbey, Hunts, xxx. 147 
At Winchester cathedral, Hants, xxx. 

247 

Trumpets, from Allerabad, xxx. 250 
Goldsmith, Robert, x. 89 

William, x. 97 
Goldsmiths' Company, the, xxx. 499; xxxi. 

387 

In London, tjmp. Edward IV., names of some 
of, xv. 177 



Goldsmith's work, represented in a painting, 
xlix. 245 

Temp. Charles I., xlviii. 207 

Temp. Edward III., 1. 444 

Sixteenth century, 1. 122 

Goldwell, James, bishop of Norwich, i. 350 (a), 
352 (b), 377 (c) 

Thomas, bishop of St. Asaph, xiii. 76 
Goldnye, a bird, xiii. 343, 386 
(iolen, William, xliii. 224 
Goletta, Tunis, xv. 149 
(lolightlye, John, xii. 384 

W r illiam, xii. 384 
Golle, Ralph, xlvii. 105 
Golofre, .lolin, xx. G5 

William de, xxxiii. 270 
(iolosses, Golossians, .v Costume 
Golsby, John. xi. 245 
Golston, John. xi. 24! > 
Ciombaut, Pierre, xxxi. 5U(i 
Gomerians, the, i. 54 () (Ii), 60 (c) 

GciMMK, (iKoliliK L.M'KKXCK, Oil tl-aCCS of the 

jirimitive village community in English 
municipal institutions, xlvi. 403 
On archaic conceptions of property in rela- 
tion to the laws of succession, and their 
survival in England, 1. 195 
On the history of Malmesbury, Wilts, as a 

village community, 1. 421 
(iondomar, Count, see Acuna, Diego Sarmiento 

de 

Cionelv, Thomas, xxxi. 205 
Gonfanon, ( Arms 
(ioncvile, William de, fee Gonvile 
Gonnevillc, Binot Paulmier de, xxxviii. 441 ; 

xliv. 240 

Gonneys, Thomas de, xvi. 46, 72 
Gonshill, Sussex, xxxi. 317 
Gonson, Benjamin, xxxiii. 195 
Gonvile, Edmund, iv. 91 

William de, xvii. 298 
Gony, John, x. 96 
Gonzaga, Aluiga, xxxii. 370 

Of Mantua, cardinal, 1. 126 






GON-GOR 



307 



Gonzago, count Hannibal, xxviii. 29 
Good, John Mason, xviii. 379 
Goodale, Thomas, xxxvi. 237 
Goodand, Henry, xxv. 493, 540 
Goode, Thomas, xxv. 450, 456, 464, 476 
Goodeston, Norfolk, x. 292; xi. 385 
Good Friday, ceremonies on, xlii. 271 

Drinking on, xxxv. 422 
Goodhall, Edward, xii. 219 
Goodman, John, xxxvi. 237 

Margaret, xxxvi. 237 
Goodnestoun, master, xxxi. 202 
Goodrich Castle, Herefordshire, xxi. 205; xxix. 62 

Sculptures at, xxxiv. 436 

THOMAS WILMAM KING on, xxxiv. 433 
Goodrich Court, Herefordshire, xxiii. 92; xxxi. 238 
Goodrich. Henry, xxv. 454 

Mr., xvi. 153 

Thomas, bishop of Ely, xviii. 81 ; xxxviii. 
105 

Richard, xliii. 230 
Goodson, Thomas, xi. 249 
Goodwin Sands, the, xxiii. 257 ; xxviii. 383 ; 

xxxiv. 239 
GOODWIN, CHARLES WYCUFFK, on Coptic papyri, 

xxxix. 447 
Goodwin, Henry, xii. 364 

James, xxx. 547 

John, abbot of Robertsbridge, xlv. 455 

John, xii. 224, 348 ; 1. 19, 23, 24, 20, 27, 32 

Josiah, xxxv. 274 

Mr., xix. 284 

Richard, xii. 363 
Goodyer, Mr., xix. 263 

Goose, geese, an Egyptian zodiacal sign, xlvii. 
341 

On ancient vase, xxiii. 241 

Regulations for keeping at Bottesford, 1. 376 

Remains of, in barrow, xlii. 183 

From Ctesar's camp, Folkestone, xlvii. 
455, 456 

Rent, xii. 30 

Sacred in Egypt, xlvii. 359 

Tenure of furnishing, vii. 330 



Goose-Acre-Bridge, Derbyshire, vi. 81 

Gopil, Geoffry, xvii. 298 

Goradza, Bosnia, roadway to, xlix. 23 

Roman remains at, xlviii. 90; xlix. 23 
Gordiana, in Galatia, iv. 353 
Gordianus, emperor, inscription to, ii. 31 ; xxxii. 

443 
Gordon, Alexander, i. xxxiii (a), xxxiv (li), 

xxxv (c) ; ii. 83 
Error of, as to barrow at Ellenborough, 

Cumberland, ii. 55, 50 
George, viii. 74 
GHKIKIN, JOHN, vi. .")7<i ; viii. 74; x. 481 

On sepulchral antiquities discovered at Lin- 
coln, x. 347 

Gordon, Lady Kutherine, xxvii. 171 
Mr., iii. 50 
Ii., xx. xvii. 113 
Sir Robert, viii. 74 
Sir William, xxxii. II I 
Gorebagge, Henry tie. xxxvii. llsl 
Gorewy, John, xxxvii. 2IU 
Gorge, Sir Thomas, xxxiii. 2s 1 * 

Walter, xxxvii. 34!) 
Gorges, Edmund, i. 353 (), 355 (I/), 37!i (<) ; 

xxxvii. 349 

Sir Kerdinando. xvii. Ill ; xxii. Ib2 ; xxxv. 
213 

Defence of against a charge of having 
betrayed Robert, earl of Essex, 
xxxiii. 241 

Rauf de, xxxix. 390, 443 
Sir Theobald, xxxv. 295 
Sir Thomas, xxv. 151 ; xlv. 21 
Gorget, see Arms 
Gorgias, xiv. 191 
Gorgon, head of, iv. 106 
Origin of, xxv. 195 

GOIUIAM, GEORGE COUNKI.H-S, on a figure of 
Mercury found at Hail Weston, Hunts, 
xxi. 550 
Gori, Antonius Franciscus, iv. 333; vii. 350; 

xlv. 3 
Fabio, xlvii. 204 

2 E2 



308 



GOR-GOU 



Goring, Oxfordshire, i. 60 (a) (6), 66 (c) 
Goring, Captain, xxxiv. 301 

George, earl of Norwich, xxxv. 336 

John, xlv. 170 

Sir "William, xii. 392 ; xlv. 176 
Gorleston, Suffolk, vii. 79 ; xvi. 347 ; xxxi. '270 

Easter sepulchre at, xlii. -96 
Gorley, Thomas, xii. 365 
Conn, xlv. 2:iS 
Gormnnd, ii. -(!."> ; vii. 79 
Gorney. Ancal do, xxxix. l-l-.'i 
Gorniaco. Walter do, xxvi. .S.">9 
( iorso stone, Derbyshire, vi. 114 
G.irtna.Cou'ill, Ireland, xv. 394 
( torwoode, xiii. .'!".'! 
( losberton. Lincolnshire', Kaster sepulchre at, 

xlii. -J'.M 
( lose. John. xiii. 2'K) 

( iilSedell. X \ X\ i. '.\> I.") 

( iiiM'tiiero. Adam do. xxxvii. 281 

( ic>-:ield. KSM'\. xii. 2*> 

Gosfifld, John, xi. 2<!4 

C! i is ford Green, ni'ai- Coventry, Warwickshire, 

xx. I<IL> 

Gosfrcy. the son nf Koala, xxx. '2'2\ 
Guhling. Mr., i. .\\xii (i;), xxxiii (/;), xxxiv (<) 

Koi;er, xxv. rii.i.") 

(iosnell. Bartholomew, xlvii. (!tj 
Gospatrick. earl of Dunlmr, ix. .">l 
Gospels, luiok of, Irish MS. of, xviii. 443 

Possession given by delivery of, xlv. 21s 
S\ riac MS. of, viii. 17U 
Tiiuiro by, xvii. 317 
Gosport. Hampshire, iii. 2G4 
Gosse, Henry, xiv. 12G 

James, xii. 17 
(IMS.-KI.IN. JOSHUA, on druidical remains in 

Guernsey, xvii. 254 
Gossenaldes, Mr., xxv. 558 
Gosset, Isaac, xxvii. 263 
John, xxvii. 262 
Sir William, xxrii. 438 
Gossi, Nicholas, xl. 445 
Gossyp, John le, xxxvii. 291 



Gostling, W. F., xxxiv. 224 

William, xi. 108 
Goswell, John, xxxviii. 82 
Goswyk, Walter de, xxvi. 321, 329 
Gotham, John, xliii. 200 
Gothic architecture, xxv. 173, 175 

And brick buildings in North Germany, 

xlix. 303 

Earliest example of, at Lincoln, xlvii. 45 
English origin of, xlvii. 43 
Imitations of unsuccessful, iv. 159 
Tu Italy and Sicily, SIR HENRY CHARLES 
Exui.KKiuu) on, xv. 367 
RoiiKiiT SMIRKK on, xv. 363, 373 
Observations on, by GKURUK SAUNDERS, 

xvii. 1 

The origin of, THOMAS POWXALL on, ix. 110 
Gothic art, specimens of, at Ravenna, xlvi. 238 
Gothic language, ix. 332, 333 ; xvi. 114 
Gothic missal, xxiv. 9 
Gothic occupation of Dalmatia, traditions of, 

xlviii. (34 
Goths, the, v. 1277 

Invasion of Illyria by, xlix. 116 

Of Italy by, xlix. 371 
Gothroin. xii. 142 
Gott, John, xl. 122 
Gough, Mrs., xxvii. 301 

Got -..H, UiaiARii, ii. 49, 50, ">2, 58, 178, 196; iii. 

9, 12; vi. 86; vii. 22; x. 396, 476; xi. 

392; xii. 414; xiii. 143; xiv. 144, 153 

xxix. 167, 168 ; xxxi. 274 

On the round tower of Brechin, Scotland, 

ii. 83 

On a tomb in Salisbury cathedral, ii. 188 
On the deae matres, iii. 105 
On Roman altars at Graham's Dyke, Scot- 
land, iii. 118 
Ou discoveries in Lombard Street and Bir- 

chin Lane, London, viii. 116 
On the invention of cards and their intro- 
duction into England, viii. 152 
On the Parian Chronicle, ix. 157 
On oculist's stamps, ix. 227 






GOU-GRA 



309 



Cough continued 

On ancient mansions in Northamptonshire 

and Dorsetshire, x. 67 
On a Roman altar inscribed to Belatucader, 

x. 118 
On the mosaic pavement in tho prior's 

chapel, Ely, x. 151 
On the Roman horologium, x. 172 
On the font at East Moon, Hampshire, x. 

183 
On the collection of the subsidy of 1382,.x. 

386 
On an analogy between certain ancient 

monuments, xi. 34 

On a Greek inscription in London, xi. 48 
Gouk, Robert le, xxxvii. 279 
Goulain, Jean, xxvi. 217 
Gould, Nathaniel, exhibits earthenware, xxxii. 

402 

Nicholas, xlv. 84 
GODLD, S. BARIXCI, on a camp near Bayonne, 

France, xxxiv. 399 
Gouldherst, Kent, xiii. 109 
Gouldstone, John, xi. 243 
Gouldwell, George, xxxiv. 56 
Gourard, Mr., ix. 82 

GOUEDIN, FRANCIS PHILIP, on whether the genii 
of particular persons be Panthea, viii. 
45 

On satyrical medals, ix. 61 
Gourdoun, Monmouthshire, xxxiii. 2113 
Gourge, Sir Edmund, xxv. 320, 322 
Gournay, Sir Thomas de, measures taken for the 

apprehension of, xxvii. 274 
Gourney, Anselm de, xxxi. 248 

Sir Matthew, xxii. 17 
Gonnis, Brian de, xxxix. 443 
Gouxille, Nicholas, xxxvii. 336 
Govarljevo, Dalmatia, Roman altar found at, 

xlix. 99 

Gowborough Hill, Northants, xxxv. 392 
Gower, Glamorganshire, the lordship of, xxvi. 

335 
Grant of, to Oliver Cromwell, xxix. 383 



Gower, John, ix. 133 ; xx. 72, 182 

Simon, xxxix. 215 

Peter, xxviii. 446 

"Walter, xxxviii. 248 
Gowns, see Costume 
Gowre, Captain, xxxviii. 247 
Gowrie, Scotland, xvii. 235 
Cowrie, earl of, see Ruthven, James ; Ruthven, 

John ; Ruthven, William 
Goyneys, Mr., xxv. 495 
Goza, near Malta, remains near, WILLIAM HKXHV 

SMYTH on, xxii. 294 

Gozzadini, count Giovanni, xlii. H>7; xlv. 262 
Graboni, William, xxxix. 443 
Grace Dicu abbey, Leicestershire. 1 , xliii. 201, 202 
Grace Dicu, name of ship, vi. I'M 
Grace, Havre de, xiii. 20 1 

Our Lady of. xxv. 449 

The pilgrimage of, KnMrxii LUIMII; on, xvi. 
330 

Rood of, xxxviii. 133 
Gracerent, Daniel, xxviii. 323 
Graces, the, supposed to be the deae matres, 

xlvi. 183 
Gradual, Gradale, xviii. 409; xxiv. 18; xxxiv. 

53, 54 ; xlvi. 236 

Gradiste, use of (lie term by Slavs, xlix. 14ii 
Graecostasis, at Rome, remains of the, xlix. 429 
Craffordc, John, xxvi. 392 
Grafney, Henry, xxvii. 370 
Grafte, Thomas, xli. 348, 351 
Grafton, Northants, viii. 222 ; xxxi. 272 
Graf ton's Chronicle of Edward IV. 's reign, xlvii. 

265, 266, 269, 270, 271, 273. 279, 283 
Grtifton, Mathias de, xi. 263 

Richard de, xxx. 227 
Graham's Dyke, Scotland, v. 89 ; vii. 81 

Roman altars at, RICHARD GOUGH on, iii. 118 
Graham, family of, xxii. 166, 168 
Graham, George, first maker of a planetarium, 
xxxiii. 11 

Sir James, ix. 222 ; x. 139 

Mr., of Netherby, iii. 324 

Sir Patrick, xxi. 485 



310 



GRA 



Graham continued 
Robert, xl. 128 
Thomas, iii. 402 
(trail, see Gradual 

Grailla castle, Tipperary, xxxviii. 166 
Grailly, Sir. John, xx. 117 
(train, a kind of cement, xlv. 312 
(train, found under floor of vault at Castle Gary, 

iii. 121- 
Found under foundation of church tower of 

Mold, North Wales, ii. 281 i 
Found under Roman pavement, at Col- 

ehester, Kssex, ii. 2S7 

Seaivity of. proclamation of Qui:i:x KI.IZA- 
i:i in (in. xiv. l'7 

< irame. .Inhn, \ \ ii. 171 

Kiehar !. xxii. 171 

Grammatical (Roman) difficulty, xlvii. 20S 
Gran. I !im'_ r arv. xxxvii. 1!'2 
Grana ID. Harnardyne, xii. .'!S2 

Sir ,laci|iies, xii. )>S2 
( IranadD-.. I )ici;o dc, xxxi. 414 
Granaries, cave, in city of An lea, xlix. 17.'! 
(iranilehoef, "Dc fronte bovis," surname of 

Robert de Stnteville, v. 2nl 
Grandidge, .Mr., swan-mark of, xvi. 1.13 

< iraiuli-nn. .lohn dc. bishop of Kxeter, i. 112 (n) 

('-.I. 1")7 (c) 

Sir OtliD de. iii. 20(5; xxvi. .",24 ; xxviii. 243, 
> s -> 

Peter, xx. 402 

William ile, xxxvii. 307 
(Irandsor, Sir Thomas, iii. 2fH! 
Grand Tor. Derbyshire, xii. 4G, 48 
Granes, Mr., xii. 272 
('range, prince dc la, a masquer of Lincoln's 

Inn, xviii. 315 

Granite, form of decay in, xlvi. 131 
Granson, Switzerland, church of, xxxvii. 254 
Grant, a river, iv. 77 ; ix. 282 
Grant, Christopher, xxiv. 326 

John, xv. 139 ; xxix. 89 ; xlv. 66, 90, 99, 100 

Robert, xxvii. 370 

William, xlv. 107 



Grantacester, see Grantehester 

Grantam, Mr., swan-mark of, xvi. 153 

Grantbruge, iv. 77 , 

Grantchester, Cambridgeshire, iv. 105 ; v. 228 ; 

x. 228, 386 ; xxx. 439 
Grantham, Lincolnshire, alderman of, xlviii. 250 

Eleanor cross at, xxix. 172, 182 

Font at, x. 192 ; xliv. 223 

George inn at, xxiii. 36, 40 

Mint at, xviii. 200 
Grantham, George, xi. 31 
Granular decay in glass, xlvi. 72, 125 

Specimens of, xlvi. 145 

Granville family, memoir on, by John Anstis, 
mention of, i. xxviii (a), xxix (b), xxx (c) 
Gnui/oun, William de, xxxvii. 309 
drapers, we Arms 

Grapes, ii. 5:5, 67, 89, 92, 93; xxv. 497, 524; 
xxvi. 343 

Hunch of, a paper mark, xii. 116 

Statue of Dionysos represented as holding, 

xlix. 31!) 
Graphiti (Graffiti), found at South Shields, 

Durham, xlvi. 108 
Grass (dried) potash, used for making Gothic 

glass, xlvi. 103 

Grasshopper, driving a chariot, ix. 77 
Grashmen, corporation oflice of, xlvi. 417 
Grass mowing, price of, xviii. 284 
Grass stewards, xxxiii. 269, 274 
Grass-stewards-ham, land in Oxfordshire, xxxiii. 

276 

Graste, Thomas, xii. 347 
Grate, Pers de, xxxix. 443 
Grateley, Hampshire, i. 57 (a) (6), 64 (c) 
Gratian, emperor, coins of, see Coins 
Gratwych, Roger, xliii. 211 
Graue, Adam de la, xxxvii. 291 
Grauncart, Walter de, xxxix. 443 
Grannson, Hoste dc, xxxix. 443 
Graunt, John, xii. 197 

Thomas, xxv. 437 

Walter, woolstapler's mark of, xxxvii. 383, 
389 




GRA-GRE 



311 



Grauntson, Sir Peter, xlv. 433 

Sir William, iii. 296 
Grave, custom of placing flowers on, xlix. 103, 

104 

To dig, xlvi. 385, 388 
Grave, Ivo de la, xxxvii. 292 
John de la, xxxvii. 292 
John, xxv. 437 
Thomas, xxiv. 325 
Gravelines, France, x. 4, 388 ; xxiii. 349 ; xxv. 

153 

English Poor Clares at, xiii. 255, 2G2 
Said to be Iccius Portus, i. 183 (a), 184 (1), 

203 (c) 

Graves, James, xliii. 383, 381 
Henry, xxxiii. 15 
Thomas, xxxi. 201 

Gravesend, Kent, xx. 205 ; xxxvii. 20 
Angel inn at, xxxv. 203 
Brick found at, xxiv. 358 
Shafts found at, xlvi. 448 
Gravesend, Richard de, bishop of Lincoln, iv. 

155; xliii. 1G9 
Stephen de, xxvii. 82 
William, xii. 372 
Gravell, Joyce, xxxvii. 199 

Richard, xxxvii. 200 
Graville, France, abbey of, xxxv. 303 
Gray, Arthur, lord, xxxii. 373 
Charles, iii. 165 
Dionis, xiii. 162 
J. E., xlv. 300 

Sir John, xxii. 388 ; xxix. 133, 344 
John, xviii. 179; xxviii. 10, 266; xxxii. 86, 

88, 90, 95 
Lady, ii. 205 
Lionel, xi. 434 

Lord, plate presented to by Queen Eliza- 
beth, i. 11 (a) (J), 12 (c) 
Mr., iv. 408 
Ralph, xxxv. 11 
Robert, xv. 8 
Sir Thomas, xx. 93 
Thomas, xii. 378 ; xl. 320 



Gray continued 

Lord Thomas, xii. 378 
Timothy, xxxiii. 100 
Walter, xxxii. 90, 94; xxxviii. 14G 
Graylle, see Gradual 
Graynes for the staffe, xv. 163 
Graynes, Henry, xxxiv. 59 
Graynveile, Captain, xxxiii. 214 
Gray stock, see Grey stock 
Great Harry, a ship, iii. 2(!(j ; vi. 2US 

Furniture of the, vi. 210 

GREATHKKU, SAMUM., on the origin of the inha- 
bitants of the British Isles, xvi. ',>,'> 
Great-upon-Little, name of stoneat West 1 loadlev, 

Sussex, vi. 54 
tli-eaves, we Arms 
Greaves, ilr., ii. 2iJs 

John, vi. 21 
Greaves, Ash, Northumberland, Briti>h town at, 

xlv. 35(5 

Grcc, Georges le, xxvii. 1(!4 
Grece, a step, xiii. 403 ; xlvi. 214 
Greco, (iiochino, ix. 27 
Gree, a step or flight of stairs, xlviii. L'.'I.' 
Greece, an Knglish street name, origin of, xlviii. 

252 
Greece, ancient glass vases found in. xlvi. Si 

Churches of, architectural features, xlviii. 

398 

Coins of, found at Risinium, or Rhi/.on or 
Risano, xlviii. 44 
Pattern for British gold coinage, xlviii. 

228 
Fortresses of, ancient, WILLIAM HAMILTON 

on, xv. 315 

Gryphon legend in, xlviii. 358 
Symbolised in, xlviii. 365 
Heroes of, legendary descent from, in lllv- 

ricum, xlviii. 41 
Influence of, on Illyrian coinnge, xlviii. 42 

At Risiniuni, xlviii. 44 

Introduction of zodiacal signs into, xlvii. 343 
Mode of computing the year in, xlvii. 466, 
467 



312 



ORE 



G recce con! in ued 

Myths of sun and cloud, xlviii. 373 

Possessed by Teutons, ii. 245 

Pottery of, from Rhodes, xlviii. 305 
From Risinium, xlviii. 44 

Holies of, at Epitaurum, xlviii. G, 17 
At Rugusa Veecliia, xlviii. 5, G 

Trade to the Adriatic, xlviii. 45 
(ireek art. sculpture, found at Civita Livinia, 
xlix. .".74 

Tcrra-eotta head, found in Rome, xlix. 453 
Greek calendar (ancient) quoted, xlvii. 4G8 
(ireek diameters, lirst printed, viii. 212 

Latin in-i-ripticiiis written in, ii. '.'2 

Ucnmrkuble, ii. -17 
(ireek Chiireli, earlv tendencies ut Scupi, xlix. 

i.;:; 

I ireek emperors of Nicuca, palace of, at Xymphio, 

xlix. :is2 

(ireek fret or key pattern, xlvii. 159, 1GO 
(ireek funerals compared with liritish l)arro\v 

luirials, xlm. .127 
Cireek glass, iridescent decay of, xlvi. (is 

Manufacture of, xlvi. S7 

(ireek inscriptions from Scupi, xlix. 127, 12S 
Greek language, considered a barbarous tongue 

I iy the Arabs, xvii. (J'.i 
Pronunciation of, xxviii. lt>2 
On the use of, in early service books of the 

Church of England, xlvi. 3t<9 
(ireek liturgy, xxiv. 7 

Reminiscence of, at Kempley church, Glou- 
cestershire, xlvi. Ib9 
Greek M.S. by Xeophytus, xlvii. 1 
MS. illuminated, xxiv. 28 
MS. on papyrus, THOMAS Yocxo on, xix. 15G 
MSS. specimens of, xxvi. 144 
Greek settlement at Ardea, xlix. 169 
Greek sepulchral monument, TAYLOR COM HE on, 

xiii. 280 

Greek writing, remains of, in catacomb at Alex- 
andria, xxviii. 152, 170 

Green, the colour of a faction at Constantinople, 
vii. 98 



Green and white, tho colours of the house of 

Tudor, iii. 205, 214, 216 
Green, Anthony, xxxviii. 120 

Elizabeth Mary, xxviii. 202, 204 
GREEK, EVERARD, on the words " O Sapientia " 

in the kalcndar, xlix. 219 
On the fifteenth century diptych of tho 
Chevalier Philip Hinckaert, chastclain 
de Tervaeren in Brabant, 1. 72 
Green, George, xiii. 200 

Sir Henry, xx. 47, 79 ; xxi. 89 
Henry, xiii. 314 

GKEEX, MAI:V AXXK EVERKTT, on petitions of 
Elizabeth Cromwell and Henry Cromwell 
to Charles II. xxxviii. 322 
Green, .lames, xix. 308; xxviii. 26 

John, xii. 33G, 340,371, 392; xxxvii. 438 

Jonas, xxviii. 202 

Maud, v. '233 ; xxxvi. 215 

Michael, xii. 382 

Mr., v. 371 ; xlv. 98 

Nicholas, xii. 382 

Richard, xii. 371 : xii. 454 

Robert, xxv. 539; xxxiv. 223; xxxvi. 41, 

42, 44 

Symkyn, xxiv. 323 
Sir Thomas, v. 233 ; xxxvi. 215 
Thomas, xiii. 90 
William, xii. 392; xxv. 391, 473; xl. 

230 
Greenfield, John, xiv. 126 

Sir Richard, xxxii. 373; xxxiv. 307 
Thomas, xxxvi. 267 
Greenfish, xxi. 278 

Greenhaigh Lane, Alfreton, Derbyshire, x. 30 
Greenhill, Joan, xxxi. 271 
Greenhithe, Kent, tradesman's token of, xlviii. 

247 

Greenhoe hundred, Norfolk, x. 292 
Greenhouses, in England, vii. 118 
Greenland, chess-men sent from, xxiv. 247 

Deer-horn combs from, xlvi. 434 
Greensborough hill, Staffordshire, xxi. 549 
Green's Norton, Northamptonshire, v. 233 




ORE 



313 



Greenway, Mr., xv. 137 

Greenwell, William, xliii. 302, 337 ; xlv. 256, 

257, 357, 363, 370 
Greenwich, Kent, xii. 15 ; xviii. 79, 315 ; xx. 

375 

Armoury at, xi. 103 ; xxxvii. 435 
Garden at, vii. 121 
Maundy at (1572), i. 7 (a) (6), 8 (c) 
Park at, vii. 122 
Plague at, xxxvii. 17 
Thomas Beaufort, duko of Exeter died at, 

iii. 314 
Visit of the emperor Charles to, temp. 

Henry VIII., xlvii. 314 
Greenwich, East, the Bermudas held -in capitt- of 

the manor of, xlvii. 67 
Greenwood, George, xxxvii. 4:58 

Isaac, copy of inscription at Dighton, Xorth 

America, by, viii. 29:5 
Mr., viii. 133 
William, xxii. 52 
Greese, Thomas, xxxvi. 267 
Greets, the, land at Kellythorpe, Yorkshire, 

xxxiv. 252 

Greeve, a Ditmarsh surname, xxxvii. .'573 
GRKG, ROHERT Pini.irs, on the fret or key orna- 
mentation in Mexico and Peru, xlvii. 
157 
On the meaning and origin of the Fylfot and 

Swastica, xlviii. 293 
Gregby, Thomas, xli. 355 
Gregorian liturgy, ordeal as to, xxxii. 267 

Year, the, xlvii. 467 
Gregory the Great, pope, iv. 41 7 ; xxv. 235, 

243 ; xxxii. 267 
Carving of, xlviii. 344 
Festival of, xxiv. 67 
Letters of, xlviii. 28, 49 
Mass of, xli:. 294 

Pastoral of, Alfred's version of, ii. 68 
Sacramentary of, xxiv. 14 
Said to be patron saint of England, v. 2 
Gregory IX., pope, bull of, xlviii. 289 
Gregory XIII., pope, xxx. 70 



Gregory, John, xxv. 332 ; xxxv. 439 

Richard, xv. 394 ; xvii. 333 

Thomas, x. 96 

Gregory's Chronicle on Edward IV. 's reign, 
quotations from, xlvii. 266, 269, 270, 271, 
272, 273, 274, 277, 278, 281, 291 
Gregory, name of a lead mine at Ashover, Derby- 
shire, v. 375 
(ireisley, Nigel, v. 24 

William, v. 24 

Grcleie, Robert de, xxxix. 44:5 
Greli, Jean de, i. 77 (a) (//), 87 (c) 
Grelot, Mons., xvii. ~>~> 
Gren, John, xli. .'! 41 

Woolstapler's mark of, xxxvii. :>S:>. 3S9 
Grcnacre, Sir Richard, vi. 14^ 
Grenades. ..>< Anns 
Grenadiers, origin of name of. xxii. ."-!> 
Givndon. Robert ile. xxxix. 14:! 

Simon, xx viii. In. 1 2 
Grenebough, Adrian, xxxiv. 41C> 
Grenefcld, William de. archbishop of Yoi-k. i-inir 

of, xiv. mi. 

Greneford, Henry de, xvi. 42. 6."> 

G renef ugel, James, xxxvi. 4' ! 2 

Grenehill, xii. 1:! 

Grenehulle, William de, xxxvii. 212 

Grenemersh, Kent. i. :5:!! (u), 341 (//). 3i">5 (<> 

Greneville, Mr., xxxvii. 2:57 

Grenliull, Alice de, xxxvii. 292 

Grenlawe, William de, xxviii. 261 

Grenville. Aniye, xxxiii. 225 

Sir Fulk, vi. 346 

Sir Richard, xxxiii. 72, 225; xxxiv. 151. 
155 

Roger, xviii. 99 ; xxxiii. 225 

Sir Thomas, xxxiii. 225 
Grcseleie, Geoffry de, xxxix. 443 
Gresham, James, xxxiii. 19 

Mr., xxxvii. 484 

Sir Richard, xxxii. 34 

Richard, xlvii. 309 

Sir Thomas, xxxvi. 203 ; i.1 312 

Portrait of, xxxix. 54 

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314 



GRE 



Gresley, F. M., xii. 454 

Gresley, Derbyshire, priory at, v. 24 

Seals of, v. 24 
Gressors, for sharpening masons' tools, xxxvii. 

25 
(irestein, the abbot of, had a stall nt Chichester, 

xlv. 149, 185 
Greta, Westmoreland, glass bead from, xlv. 

299 

.Greta Hridge, Durham, vii. 80; ix. 282 
Gretbruch, t*e Gritbruch 
Grete, .lohn, xii. .'ill!' 
Grcteland, Yorkshire, xxxii. IS 
Gifville, F ranee, ix. 2ti(J 

Greville. Sir Fulke, i. xviii (a), xix (fc) (c); xii. 
225. : :!>!'; xxxii. l:!S; xxxiv. :32U 

Fnlk, xii. L'L':5 

Kirh:inl iic, xxxi.x. 443 

KolnTl, lord lirooke, xxxv. :!17 

Robert Fulk, xiv. 278; xvi. 128 

Thomas, xxxv. L'U 
< ii-rvys, x \i. 271 
Grey. Acl;un dc, xxxix. -H-t! 

Anne, xxxii. 5'. 

Arthur, lord Grey of Wilton, iii. 201 ; xxxiv. 
1 H 

Karl, ancestor of ( 14Jl>) xlvii. 2<>8 

Lady C'atherine, i. vii (a) (I/) (<) 

Kdinund, earl of Kent, xxix. 345 

Edmund, lord Grey of Ilutliin, xxix. 328, 

:! 15 

Kdinund, lord, of Wilton, xxxii. 59 
Edward, lord Lisle, i. 351 (<), 353 (b), 377 

(c), 352 (a), 354 (b), 379 (c) 
Elizabeth, v. 233 
George, earl of Kent, xxxii. 59 
George, lord, of Wilton, xxxii. 59 
Sir Henry, iii. 301 ; xxxii. 59 
Henry, xxxii. 59 

Seal of, xxi. 207 

Henry, lord Grey of Codnor, xxvi. 283 
Henry, lord, letter of Sir Benjamin Tich- 

borne to James I. concerning, xxi. 

170 



Grey run tin mil 

Henry, marquis of Dorset, v. 235; xviii. 154 

Portrait of, iii. 200 
Henry, earl of Stamford, xxxv. 331 ; xxxvii. 

207 

Henry, duke of Suffolk, xii. 377 
Henry, lord, of Wilton, xxxii. 59 
Lady Jane, see Jane, queen 
Joane, iii. 301 ; xxxix. 443 
Sir John, iii. 301; xxvi. 344; xxxi. 114, 117, 

121, 129, 139; xxxii. 59 
John, xxv. 505; xxxi. 24, 25, 26, 29, 41, 42, 

46; xlvii. 183 
John de, lord Grey of Rotherfield, iii. 298, 

301 

John, earl of Tankerville, xxxi. 176 
John, lord of Wilton, xxvi. 283; xxxii. 58, 

59 

Lady {Catherine, xxxvii. 490 
Lord, of Codnor, Yorkist leader, xlvii. 272 
Lord, of Wilton, Yorkist leader, xlvii. 272 
Nicholas, xxv. 470; xxxii. 59 
.Sir Ralph, xlviii. 2G8, 272, 273, 274, 284, 

285 
Reginald, xxxii. 59 

Seal of, xxi. 208 

Reginald, lord Grey of Ruthin, iii. 287 
Renaud de, xxxix. 443 
Sir Richard, vi. 311 ; xx. 90 
Richard, xxxii. 59 

Richard, earl of Kent, xxxi. 169 ; xxxii. 59 
Richard, lord, of Wilton, xxxii. 59, 396; 

xxxvii. 485 

THOMAS WILLIAM KING on his monu- 
mental inscription in the chapel of 
Eton college, xxxii. 58, 400 
Robert de, xxxix. 443 
Robert, lord Marmion, v. 233 
Roger, lord of Rnthin, xxxii. 59 
Sir Thomas, viii. 451 ; xxvi. 344 
Thomas, xxvi. 324 
Thomas, marquis of Dorset, i. 351 (a), 353 

(6), 377 (c), 354 (a), 356 (6), 381 (c) ; 

ii. 199; iii. 194, 209; vii. 73; xzxiv. 408 









GRE GRI 



315 



Grey continued 

Thomas, lord, of Wilton, xxxii. 59 

William, bishop of Ely, xxvi. 282 
Grey Friars, letter of filiation among, GRAVEN 

ORD on, xi. 85 
Grey goose wing, vii. 65 
Greyhound, the, iii. 157 

A symbol of nobility, iii. 209 ; xiii. 44 

On ancient vases, xxiii. 131, 155, 189, 197, 
220, 224, 245 

On Lancastrian seal, xlvii. 201 
Greynoun, Ferandus Ivaynes de, xxvii. '279 
Grey Steel, the romance of, xxxiii. 145 
Greystock, Cumberland, vi. 49, 53; xxii. 164; 
xxix. 368, 370 

Barony of, ii. 334; xxii. 164 

Family of, iii. 27 

Manor of, ii. 330 
Greystock, Elizabeth dc, vi. 52 

John, lord, xvi. 33, 51 

John de, vi. 52 

Seal of, xxi. 219 

Lord, Yorkist leader, xlvii. 272 

Kalph, ii. 329, 333 ; vi. 52 

Sir Robert de, vi. 53 

Robert de, vi. 52 

Thomas, vi. 52 

William, iii. 294 ; vi. 52 

Grey wethers, Berkshire, DAIXES BAUUIXI;TOX on, 
viii. 442 

Name of stones of Wayland Smith's cave, 

xxxii. 312 
Groyne, Adlard, xli. 361 

Thomas, xli. 361 
Gric, Stephen le, xlv. 453 
Grice, Henry, xxxvi. 109 

William, xxxvi. 109 
Griefswald, Germany, architecture of, xlix. 316 

Houses in the market-place of, xxxix. 107 
Grierson, arms of, x. 479 
Griffin, Mr., xlv. 79 

Mr., of Dingley, i. 357 (a), 359 (6), 384 (c) 

Mons. de, xlviii. 356 



Griffin, Richard Neville, lord Braybrooke, exhibits 
seal of Louis, bastard of Bourbon, xxvi. 

478 

Griffin, see Gryphon 
Griffith, Ambrose, xxx. 79 

GRIFFITH, GCYOX, on a Roman pavement at Col- 
chester, Essex, ii. 286 

On coins found at St. Mary Hill, London, iv. 

356 
Griffith, Hugh, xii. 357; xxxv. 342 

Hugh Davics, xvi. 129 

John, xlii. 365, 377 

Mr., v. 229 

Thomas, xii. 383 

William, xii. 3S1 
Griffiths, Thomas, xxxvii. 214 
Griffns, ffi' Arms 
Grifid, David ap, xxxix. 443 

Jevan ap. xxxix. I 1-3 

Llewellin ap, xxxix. 443 

Owen ap, xxxix. 443 
Griirjre, Robert, xi. !>H; x.xvi. 3>3. :','.'! 
(iri<_ririn-ys of the Mandingos, El. I, mi AlMinoii, 

xiii. 227 

Grignion, Ch., engraving by, xlix. 243 
Grilandia, w Ghirlandajo, Uominico 
Grim, Edward, xxiii. 3U9 
Grimaldi, Alexander, xvi. 198 

Giovanni Baptista, xxv. 372 

Grimbald, saint, i. 151 (a) (b), 168 (c); xvii. 1">; 
xxiv. 132 

Said to have been professor of divinity at 

Oxford, i. 154 (a) (b), 171 (<) 
Grimbaud, Petrus, xxviii. 262 
Grimes, Abraham, xix. 76 
Grimes Dike, xxix. 245 ; xxx. 247 
Grimes Graves, Norfolk, xlv. 337 

Plan of, xlv. 342 

Grimeshoe hundred, Norfolk, x. 291 
Grimethorpe, Galfrid, vi. 52 

Ralph de, vi. 52 
Grimm, James, xxviii. 328 ; xxx. 33 

Wilhelm Carl, xxviii. 328 

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316 



GRI-GRO 



Grimoir, xv. 185 

Grimsby, Lincolnshire, corporation lands at, xlvi. 

414 
Grant of, to William de Uuntingfeld, xxii. 

427 

Players of, xii. 350 
Grimsford, Richard de, xxxix. 213 
Grimstede. Sir .lolin de, xxv. 152 
Griniston, Leicestershire, xlvii. 113 
G rims ton, Yorkshire, v. 10(5 
Griinston, Alice, xl. 4(55, 4t!7 ; xlv. 124 
A 11 ne, xl. 4(57 
Christopher, xl. 4<>7 

Kdward, xii. :!^7 ; x.xxviii. 241; xlvi. 3U!>, 
317 

Instructions of Henry VI. to and por- 
trait of. WILLIAM Joiix TIKI.MS on, 
xl. I.M 
Notes mi, by Ari.rsrt's Win. I. ASTON 

!' i. 1 \N KS, xl. 455 
Kli/abeth. \l. I'M 
Gerard dc, xl. 455 
Sir ( iervHisc. xl. 455 
Sir Harliottle. xxxv. S" ; xxxix. 115, 111!; 

xlv. H 

John, xl. 4i>7 
Philippa. xl. 4tiO 
I'iers. xlv. 121- 
Robert, xl. 455 
Sylvester dc, xl. 455 
Thomas, xl. 455, 4(!7 ; xlv. 124 
Walter, xl. 455 
William, xl. 455 

Grinithorpc, Yorkshire, ii. 333, 337 ; vi. 49, 50, 53 
Coffin found at, xxx. 400 
Sword found at, xlv. 255 
Grinbogh, Adrian, xxxiv. 419, 420 
Grindall, Edmond, xii. 375 
Grindleford bridge, Derbyshire, rocking-stone 

near, x. 467 

Gringonneur, Jacquemin, viii. 135, 159 
Gringley, manor of, settled on Katherine S win- 
ford, xxii. 240 
Grinkin, Robert, xxxiii. 93, 100, 299 



Grinsted, East, Sussex, ix. 97 

Grisdall fell, Cumberland, x. 108 

Grisnez, France, xxxiv. 232, 236 

Grisogonel, nickname of Geoffry, earl of Anjou, 

xxix. 42 
GRISSELI., THOMAS, on the crypt of Saint Stephen's 

chapel, Westminster, xxxi. 323 
Gristhorpe, Yorkshire, xxxvi. 132, 141 

Coffin at, xliv. 13 

Gritbruch, definition of, xlvii. 126, 128 
Groat (coin), introduction of, into England, 

xlvii. 144 

Grocers' Company, xxxi. 386 
Grogram, gi-ograine, a textile fabric, xi. 91 ; 

xxvi. 383, 388; xxx. 4, 17; xlii. 360, 366 
Groinoz, xxvi. 359 
Groins, Welch, xvii. 41 
Grome, Edmund, xxv. 472 
Ed ward, xxv. 440 
Robert, xxv. 418, 458 
Gromewell, Robert, xii. 381 
Grone, the, xiii. 375 

Griiningen, Germany, the Angel inn at, xxxv. 204 
Groom-porter, office of, xvii. 317 
Groschampe, Thomas, xlv. 112 
(iKOSK, FKAXCIS, iii. 351 

On a fortification at Christchurch, 

Hampshire, v. 237 
On spurs, viii. Ill 
Grose, Richard, xxxiii. 100 
(irosnienil, Mons. de, ix. 14 
Grosseteste, Robert, bishop of Lincoln, iv. 154, 

158 

A poet, xiii. 246 
Forbids feast of fools, xv. 230 
Hampole's " Prick of Conscience" attributed 

to, xix. 335 
Instrumental in introducing Arabic figures, 

x. 374 

Life of contemplated by Dr. Knight, x. 374 
Grossmen l castle, xx. 62 
Grosvener, E., letter of, to Robert Hammond, xix 

153 
Grosvenour, Richard, xliii. 217 






GRO-GUI 



317 



Grouse, iii. 157 ; xiii. 369 

Grout, William, xliii. 266 

Grove ginger, xxv. 445 

Grove hillock, rubbish from lead mine, vii. 138 

Grove, John, xxvii. 370 

Mr., viii. 71 ; xi. 429 ; xxv. 370, 393 
Thomas, xxiv. 140 
Groveley, Wilts, xxv. 155 
Grows, birds, iii. 157 
Gruda, Dalmatia, Roman remains found near, 

xlviii. 37 

Grueber, the Jesuit, ii. 234 
Gruet, Mr., watchmaker, xxxiii. 305 
Gruff, Jevan ap, xx. 580 
Grufudd ab Cynan, xiv. 211 
Grnitthueissens, Madlle., xxviii. 35 
Grundisborough, Suffolk, font at, x. 198 
Griininger, Johann, xl. 25 
Grnnty Fen, Cambridgeshire, torques from, xxxix. 

507 
Gruthuyse, the chateau de, Flanders, derivation 

of name, xxvi. 2G7 
Gruyte-geldt, xxvi. 267 
Gryce, Robert, vii. 417 

Rogei-, xi. 245 
Gryffyn, Edward, xxx. 474 

William, xii. 394 
Gryffyth, Rys app, prisoner in the Tower, xviii. 

295 

Gryggs, Alree, xxv. 430 
Grykes Marsh, xlv. 448, 449 
Grymbald, viii. 175 
Grymbilly, William, xxvii. 370 
Gryme, Sir Robert, xliii. 213, 214 
Grymes dike, see Grimes dike 
Grynham, Anthony, xii. 380 
Grynnsby, William, xxi. 23 
Grype, an eagle or vulture, v. 387 ; xlviii. 371 
Grypes eye, name of a cup, v. 387 ; xxix. 51 
Gryph, a riddle, xlviii. 372 
Gryphites, fossils, vi. 37 
Gryphon, the, v. 385 

Demi, a paper mark, xxxvii. 452 
Heraldic and mythological, xlviii. 355 



Gryphon continue/I 

On ancient vase, xxiii. 168, 169, 184 

On horn of Ulphus, i. 182 (a), 183 (b), 201 (c) 

On vestments, x. 248 

Sculpture of, viii. 177 

Winged, Praeneste, xii. 202 
Gryphus, xix. 100 
Grystcroffte, William, xii. 355 
Guael-y-Velin, a cromlech in Wales, iii. 116 
Gualuran II. of Luxemburg!], coins of, xxviii. ('(3, 

71 

Gualiciano, Peter de, xxxvii. 450 
Gualo, papal legate, iv. 44; viii. 199 
Gualtier, Philip, ix. 174 
Guanaja, island, v. 320 
Guard-chamber, iv. 377 
Guardreine, see Arms 
Guards, grand, xi. 99 
Guarinus, Xicholaus, xl. 149 
Guasco, Robert, xii. 75 
Guase, xii. <!2 
Guavas, AVilliam, v. 86 
Gudrid, xliv. :;:;:; 
Gudwyn, John, xliii. '211 
Guelder Rose, xlii. 12") 
Guenelon, or Genelon, xx. 120 
Guerin, Leon, xxxviii. 4i'3 
Guerinfridus, xxvi. 350 
Guornes, an Anglo-Norman poi't, xii. 323 
Guernsey, cromlech at 1'Ancressc, xxxv. 242 

Cromlech at Dehus, xxxv. - !"> 

Druidical remains in, xvii. 254 

Rude granite female figures in, xlviii. 43'J 

State of ecclesiastical affairs in, from the 
Reformation to the time of James I., 
xxxi. 385, 393 

Guesclin IJertrand du, xx. 14, 494 
Guest, Edmund, bishop of Salisbury, xxxvi. 112 
Guest-houses in monasteries, xlix. 437 
Gugglcby, a stone at Shap, Westmoreland, xxv. 

201 
Guiana, xxxiv. 166 

Sir Walter Raleigh's account of his voyage 
to, xvi. 188 



318 



GUI-GUN 



Gnicardi, Giovanni, xxviii. 249 
Guicciardin, Francis, xi. 292 
Guichard, Charles, xliv. 15 
Gniclic, Gnige, Gniggia, see Anns 
Guidi, i. 231 (a), 23.'} (6), 253 (c). 
Guidiccioni, Richard, xxviii. 213 
Guido, cardinal of Saint Sabine. iv. 201 
Guido, fee Reni (iuido 
Guienne Herald, xxvi. 2S1 
Gnienne, Robert de. 1. Is2 
Guild. *,; Gild 
Guildcnlcu, viceroy, xxii. '!? 

Guildford. Surrey. i\. W : xxvii. .".!l2; xxxi. 116', 
121) 

(Vile. iv. .>.",. 4'>ll; vi. 251; xlix. 211 

Kurds in the 'I'liaines ne:ir, li. 1 MI 

Saint Mary's elmrrh, wall-paintings in, 

xxvii. 113; xlix. I'.'H 
Guildford. earl of. < Xortli, r'rederick 
Guileville, William dc, xi. I' '2 
Guilford, Sir Henry, iii. 212 

Lailv. portrait (if, xl. >."> 

Sir Kielianl, xxxi. Ills 
(iiiillieni. Kayniond, xxxi. .">iH 

(inilhi'ii, Remind de. seneelial de I'eyton. 
prison, ! at I'.iitiers. i. 211 (), 21."> (/<_), 
2::t (0 

(iiiiliams. .lulin. xxxix. I5SS 
Guillam, Lille, xviii. 1">I- 
(luilleniiine, a goldsmith, vii. 22i 
Guillo. John de, xxxix. 212 
Guillotine, the, xxvii. 2.'i2 
< iuilsiield. \Vales. bronze objects found at, xlviii. 

113 

Guimond. chaplain to Henry I., ii. 191 
Guinea, animal worship in. iv. 219 

Inhabitants of, practice circumcision, iv. 
290 

Lake dwellings in, xxxviii. 187 
Gnine, Hcrmon Van, xii. 182 
Gnines, France, i. 381 (a), 385 (6), 408 (c) ; 
iii. 185; xviii. 75; xx. 4(3 

Besieged by the dnke of Burgundy (1436), 
iii. 201 



Guines continued 

Monastery at, xxxi. 222, 223, 227 

Foundation of, xxxi. 224, 225, 236 
MS. psalter of, xlvi. 241 
Plan of the castle, iii. 201 
Statnes on towers, iii. 202 
Tower called " La Cave," iii. 200, 201 
Guines, count de, iii. 193, 217, 228 
Arnold, count de, xxxi. 235 
Kmma, countess de, xxxi. 221 
Manasses, count de, charters of, xxxi. 221, 

222 
Gninever, queen of Arthur, supposed discovery 

of the tomb of, vii. 101 
Gninguloeus, name of saint in MS. psalter, xlvi. 

241 

Guipon, see Arms 

Guisborough, Yorkshire, see Gisborough 
Guiscard, Robert, xv. 2.'5G 

Crown of, preserved at Bari, Italy, 1. 412 
Guise, colonel, xxxi. 19.'5 
Guise, Duke of, iii. 250 

Takes Calais (1588), iii. 201 
Guitar, xxxvi. 289 

Painted on roof of Peterborough cathedral, 

ix. US 

Guitard, John, xxxvii. 450 
Guitiera, captain, xxxiii. 45, 53 
Guittern, xxi. 551 
Gula, laws of, xxiv. 257 
Guldres, earl of, xvi. 47, 73 
Guldyng, Richard, xxxvii. 287 
Gulc of August, Jonx PurrixtiAL on, ii. 60 
Gulford, sir John, xviii. 131, 132 
Gulicke, Germany, the Cup inn at, xxxv. 

203 

Gull-stream, near Goodwin Sands, v. 148 
Gumbye, William, xii. 385 
Gun, tee Arms 
Gundrada, see Warren 
Gundry, Hugh, xxxiv. 356 
Gundulph, bishop of Rochester, builder of Ro- 
chester castle, iv. 367 ; vi. 295, 296, 361, 
381; xi. 335; xii. 157, 159 










GUN- GUY 



319 



Gundulph continued 

Tower of, and first Norman cathedral church 
at Rochester, W. H. ST. JOHN Horn on, 
xlix. 323 
Gunilda, sister of Harold II., xxxii. 118 

Coffin-plate of, GEORGE FREDERICK BELTZ on, 

xxv. 398 

Gunlaugi Saga, the, xxiv. 278 
Gunn, William, xx. 537; xxiii. 2 
Gunna, Latin, a gun, v. 148 
Gnnnar Heugh Camp, Northumberland, xly. 

372 

Gunner, prefect of Greenland, xxiv. 240 
Gunnerton crags, Northumberland, xlv. 'MS 
Gunnild, Alice, xxxvii. 274 

Ralph, xxxvii. 287 
Gunpowder, vi. 205 

Early use of, xxviii. 379 

JOSEPH HUXTER on, xxxii. :579 

Mentioned in the romance of Sir Tryamor, 
xxviii. 379 

Tax on, in Bermuda, xlvii. 7(3 
Gunpowder Plot, DAVID JARDIXE on, xxix. 80 

Inscription in the Tower concerning, xii. 194 

Letters illustrative of, xxviii. -120 

Letter to Lord ilonteagle concerning, xii. 
200 

List of conspirators, xv. 139 

Notice of, xv. 134 

Relation of discovery of, xii. 202 
Gunsby, Lincolnshire, x. 73 
Gnnston, Mr., xl. 395 
Gunthard, vi. 40 
Gnortimer, see Vortimer 
Gnrdler, John, xii. 394 
Gurdon, Mr., xii. 145 
Gurdun, Adam, xxxix. 443 

Bertram le, xxix. 214 
Gurim, xlv. 238 
Gurley, William, xii. 365 
Gurlyn, Thomas, xxiv. 327 
Gurm, xlv. 238 
GURNET, Miss A., xxvi. 480 ; xxxii. 64 

On the lost city of Vineta, xxxiv. 440 



Gurney, Anthony, xxv. 528 

Daniel, xxiv. 317 

GCRXEY, DAXIKI., on the household books of the 
le Stranges of Hunstanton, 1519 1578, 
xxv. 411 

Gurney, Hawise de, xvii. 31S 
Gi'KXEY, HLDSON, xxvi. 290; xxx. 12(1; xxxii. 321; 

xxxviii. 222 

On the Bayeux tapestry, xviii. 35!) 
On the seal of Ethilwuld, bishop of Dnnwich, 

xx. 479 
Exhibits thumb ring, xxi. 547 

Cult mould, xxii. 424 

On the proceedings of the Corporation of 
Lynn Kugis, Norfolk, 1430 1731, xxiv. 
317 
On a proclamation of Henry VIII. on liis 

marriage with Anne Uoluyn. xxv. 119 
On Punic inscriptions from Carthage, xxxiii. 

112 

Gurney, Hugh de, xxvii. 112 
Julian lie, xxxix. 41-3 
Thomas, 1. 219 

(Susanna House, the capture of, xxxiii. 77 
(itissage, Lower, Dorset, xxxix. Mi, 9i i 
Gussets, see Arms 

(iustrow, Germany, gabled houses in, xlix. 314 
Gusythaw, Patrick, xxxiv. 193 
Gutenburg, John, inventor of printing, viii. 241, 

243 ; xi. 209, 278, 294, 300 
Epitaph on, xi. 298 

Gutfreth, king of Northumbria, xxv. 2S8 
Guthbertine, the church of, xx. 40 
Guthlac, saint, v. 372 
Guthred, xlv. 238 

King of Northumbria, xxv. 287 
Guthrum, xii. 142; xiv. 116; xlv. 238 
Guttus, from Urdingen, xliii. 254 
Guy, bishop of Amiens, xxvi. 357 
Earl of Ponthieu, xxvi. 357 
Earl of Warwick, xlvi. 10 

Representation of the story of, in arras, 
iii. 188 
On a mazer, 1. 140 



320 



GUY-HAG 



Guy, Richard, xii. 359 
Guydon, Gnydhome, a standard, xxii. 397 
Guyllam, Henry, xii. 385 
Guypuscoan dialect, xvi. 117 
Guzman, Tello de, xxiii. 351 
Gwalior, India, rock carvings at. viii. 288 
Gwasqwyn, xvi. 105 
Gwast. marquis del, xxviii. 29 
Gwayn yr bendy, Brecknockshire, vii. 209 
Gwennap, Mr., xix. 339 
Gwent, derivation of, xxxvi. -HO 
Gwentland, ii. 3 
(!wi, Imberd, xxxix. 443 

(iwilt. Cliarlcs Kdwin, exhibits drawing of crypt 
found in making appronch to London 
Hridgc. xxv. 004 
.lohn, xxix. .'i-'.t 
(I \\ilvin, Dnfydd up, xxxiv. 5 
Gwrtran, tlestin up, ii. 10 
Gwydhyl. the. xvi. 1<>0,' 1<>7, 109, 11" 
( ! \vyii I liekan. iii. 279 
( I \wn. John, xxii. 186, 33 t 
( ! wvnedh, xvi. 1 15 
(iwvnneth, Owen, xxxiv. 22 
(ln\nt Seiighennith, the- East wind, ii. 11 
( I wv/no, xi v. 217 

Gybbes, William, xii. 395; xxviii. 12d 
Gvders. fee Anns 
(! vdlia. viii. 433 
Gyehern. xxv. 434 
( } vest, ff Gist 
Gvggi-s, Richard, xxiv. 323 
(iyldwyn, William, xxxi. 202 
Gyle of August, see Gule of August 
Gyles, lord, xii. 375 
Gylham, Mr., xxv. 4G5 
Gyllequham, ix. 50 
Gyllius, xiv. 234 
Gvlmente, Thomas, xii. 386 
Gymnasium, on ancient vase, xxiii. 183 
Gymnastic weights, on ancient vase, xxiii. 227 
Gymnesiarch, vi. 69 

Gynewell, John, bishop of Lincoln, iv. 157 
Gyps, name of cement used at Carthage, xv. 148 



Gyrdyke, Richard, x. 94 
Gyrum, meaning of, viii. 327 
Gyson, Thomas, xii. 347 
Gysors, Simon de, xxviii. 300 

Thomas de, xxviii. 300 
Gysy, John de, xxxvi. 253 



Haarlem, Holland, xxxv. 8 ; xxxix. 151 

Printing said to have originated there, viii. 

239 ; xi. 268, 282 
Habba, xv. 205 
Habberdine, a fish, xiii. 313, 369, 387 ; xv. 353 ; 

XXX. 5 

Haber, Bedfordshire, viii. 377 
Haberdashers' Companv, xxxi. 386 
Habervile, Henry, xxxix. 443 
Habie, a Ditmarsh surname, xxxvii. 373 
Habingdon, Thomas, i. 141 (a) (b), 157 (c) 
Hubington, Thomas, xxxii. 144 

AVilliam, xxxii. 144 
Habington's History of 1-Mward IV., on the 

battle of Hexham, xlvii. 285 
Habitancum, xlv. 301 
Habitations, ]irimitive, xlvi. 457 
Habreclit, Lssac, rej)uted inventor of watches, 

xxxiii. 9 

Habyngdon, sec Abingdon 
Hacconby, Lincolnshire, xi. 26 
Hachard, John, xxiv. 315 
Haehcr, John, xxiv. 310 
Hack, an agricultural implement, xvii. 148 
Hackett, Simon, xxxiii. 100 

Thomas, printer, xxv. 103 
Hackford Hall, Norfolk, celts found at, v. 116 
Hackington, Kent, font at, x. 193 
Hacklestone, viii. 72 
Hackluyt, see Hakluyt 
Hackness, Yorkshire, gold collar from, xxx. 

459 
Hackney, Middlesex, Brook House at, built of 

brick, i. 148 (o) (6),164(c) 



HAC-HAI 



321 



Hackney continu ed 
Garden at, xii. 186 

Oriental earthenware found at, xxxi. 518 
Plague at, xxxvi. 19 

Sepulchral brass at, xlii. 295 
Haco, xiv. 115 ; xxiv. 257 
Haddam, Philip de, xxxvi. 405 
Haddelye, Nicholas, xliii. 167 
Haddenham, Cambridgeshire, gold collar from, 

xxxix. 507 
Haddenham, Buckinghamshire, manor of, vi. 

382 
Haddington, Scotland, xvii. 2:37 ; xxi. 278 

Abbey, disposition of lands of, xlvii. '24(1 

Siege of, temp. Edward VI., xlvii. 237 
Haddiscoe church, Norfolk, sculpture at, xlvii. 
169 

Bound tower of, xxiii. 13, 14, 15, Hi 
Haddiscoe Thorpe, Norfolk, round church tower 

at, xxiii. 15, 16 
Haddock, xxi. 278 
Haddon, East, Northamptonshire, xi. 385 

Sedilia at, x. 286 
Haddon Hall, Derbyshire, vi. 346 

Plans and details of, vi. 358 
Haddon, John de, xxxvii. 435 
Hadeleie, Robert do, moneyer, xxiv. 153 ; xxviii. 

58 

Hadham, Hertfordshire, xv. 300 
Hadham, William do, xxxi. 87, 89 
Hadji, use of title of, xliv. 64 
Hadlow, Kent, xii. 17 
Hadnam, Charles, xxxvii. 95 
Hadresham, John, xxx. 511 

Hadrian, emperor, iii. 179; xii. 138; xliv. 
56 

Bronze head of, found in the Thames, xxviii. 
45 

Character of, i. 114 (a) (6), 126 (c) 

Coins of, see Coins 

Inscription at Scupi, xlix. Ill 

Milestone of, at Skopia, xlix. 102 
Hadrian's wall, station of Cilurnum on the line 
of, xlvi. 1 



Hadstock, Essex, Roman remains at, xxxii. 
352 

Hadzalar, Illyricum, bronze figure of Mercury 

found at, xlix. 109 
Hngbourn hill, Berks, antiquities found on, xvi. 

348 

Hagbush, see Arms 
Hagee. Bohemian name for the guillotine, xxvii. 

232 

Hager, Joseph, xiv. 209 
Haget, Bertram, xxxi. 485 

Geoffrey, xxxi. 485 
HACH.MHI, WILLIAM DKIIONAIKI:, xxxiii. :>.">> 

Exhibits medal of Christian V. of Denmark 

riliSil), xxx. 540 
Kxhibits gold ornaments from South America. 

xxxi. 472 

()n a silver medal supposed to lie an imita- 
tion of a Roman coin, xxxii. .">!'.'! 
Hagg (Church-), a small meadow, \l\i. '_' >7. 21", 
219 

1 la-tries, v. :!L>_> 

Haghmon Abbey, *<. Haughmond 

Hagiar I\im. Malta, skull from. \1. !'.'_' 

Hague, the, Holland, xxxv 8 

llaia, Richard de, xxvii. 112 

Robert de, xxvii. 112 
Haigh, Daniel, xliv. 482 
H.uiiii, DAXIKI, HI-:XI:V, xliii. 98 

On coins of Edward I. and II. found at 

Wyke, Yorkshire, xxviii. 47 
Hailested, Essex, xi. 259 
Hail-shot, use of in England, xlvii. 212, 211* 
Ilailston, a field in Cherington, Gloucestershire, 

xviii. 117 
HAILSTONE, EDWARD, exhibits an embroidered 

cope, xxxi. 511 

Exhibits enamelled crucifixes, xxxi. 516 
On Robert Hallum, bishop of Salisbury, 

xxxii. 394 
Hail Weston, Huntingdonshire, figure of Mercury 

found at, xxi. 550 

Hainanlt, John de, xxxvi. 256 ; xxxviii. 186, 380 
Hair, combs used for the, xlvi. 434 
2 T 



322 



HAI-HAL 



Hair c ont intied 

Cutting of the, by the clerical orders, xxiv. 

35 

Cuttings used as charms, xlvi. 133 
Dressing, distinction of rank indicated by, 

xliv. 328 

Fashions of wearing the. xxvii. 66 69 
(icrman mcdo of wearing the, xxiv. 252, 

i'::: 

(irowth of, after death, xxxii. l!l 
Long, condemned by the council of Rouen 
(lull.-,), xxiv. l2.H 
Figures represented with, in Holyrood 

di])tych, xlix. 253 
Tenure l>y, xxxii. til 
I sed for caulking ships, xx. 5 57 
Hair-pin^, found at Hrighthampton, Oxfordshire, 
xxxviii. !>7 

At Marston, Xorthants. xlviii. 333 

In mi urn at Sandy, Bedfordshire, viii. 

381 

I lair- powder, xxvii. ".'!. 74 
Hairv hook covers, belonging to St. Paul's, 

London ( 1245), 1. 451, 4!7 
Hainan!. Mr., xxxvii. 21l! 

Uichard. xxxii. 277 

Hak. meaning of. in ISrcton language, xxv. -l~< 
Hakelin. .lohn. xxxi. 15!t 
Hakcm Bemrillah, Calif, vii. 4, (i 
Hiikerus. .lohn de, xxxix. 443 
Hakes, Sir Thomas, xli. .'{58 
Haket, Henrv. xxxix. 443 
Hakewill, (it-orge, i. ix (a) (fc), x (r) 

William, i. ix (a) (b), x (c) 
Hakinton, Michael de, xxv. 614 
Hakluyt, Eliza, xxxvii. 198 

John, xxvi. 335; xxxvii. 196 
Miles, xxxvii. 204 
Richard, xliii. 42; xlvii. 66 

JOHN PAYNE COLLIER on, xxxiii. 283 
Hakonr the Good, xxxvi. 271 
Hakyington, xx. 50 
Halam, Thomas, vii. 364, 368 
Halbinge, William de, charter of, viii. 427 



Haldeman, S. S., xiv. 304 
Haleing, James, xliv. 416 
Hale, Sir Frank Van, xxxi. 140, 165 
Hales Abbey, Gloucestershire, xv. 221 
Religious relics at, xlvii. 266 
Richard, king of the Romans, buried in, 

xxix. 186 

Hales, tents, xxvi. 402 
Hales, Frances, xxviii. 201 
Sir John, xxviii. 201 
John, xxiv. 140 
Ralph, xliii. 213 
Stephen, xii. 393 
Thomas, xii. 375 
Halesci, the, xliii. 44 
Hales Owen, Shropshire, arch in church of, x. 

169 

Halcsus, xliii. 44 
Halfboule, a game, xxvi. 277 
Halfden, king of Northumberland, xxv. 287 
Halfeniche, Robert, xxv. 614 
Halfhide, Mr., xiv. 282 
Halidon hill, Scotland, the battle of, xx. 127, 

161 

Halieland, see Insula, De 

Halifax, Yorkshire, i. 217 (a), 218 (A), 238 (c) ' 
JOHN WATSON on druidical remains at, ii. 

353 

Halifax, America, xi. 187 
Halil, John, xii. 391 
Halke, Thomas, xxxi. 202 
Halker, Flintshire, bronze cooking-vessels found 

at, xiv. 275 

Hall Close, Rutland, xi. 206 
Hall, a name for a stable, xviii. 330 
Hall, Captain, xvi. 189 
Charles, xliii. 289, 337 
Christopher, swan-mark of, xvi. 153 
Edward, xii. 197 ; xlvii. 235, 265, 266, 269, 

271, 273, 279, 283, 284 
Wrote an account of the Field of the Cloth 

of Gold, iii. 198 

Hall, Edward, Gunpowder conspirator, XT. 139 
George, xiv. 96, 97, 99 













HAL 



323 



HALL, GEORGE ROME, on researches in circular 
dwellings near Birtley, Northumberland, 
xlv. 355 

Hall, Goddarde, xii. 369 
Sir James, xvii. 10 
John, xii. 385; xxxi. 205 ; xliii. 209 

Vicar of Thystylworth, prisoner in 

Tower of London, xviii. 295 
Mr., i. 199 (a), 200 (b), 220 (c) ; xxxviii. 

11 ; xlv. 370 

Reynold, swan-mark of, xvi. 153 
Richard, xii. 385 ; xxiii. 75 
Robert, xxv. 392 
Robert at, xxix. 169 
Roger, xliii. 207 
Mrs. Stuart, xxix. 257 
Thomas, xxv. 378 
William, xxv. 435 ; xxxv. 431 
Hall furniture, sixteenth century, xlviii. 139, 

151 
HALLAM, HEXKY, on Anglo-Saxon kino- s called 

Bretwaldas, xxxii. 245 
On the story of Lucius, the lirst Christian 

king of Britain, xxxiii. 308 
Hallehey, Nicholas de, xl. 437 
Hallein, Austria, bronze axe from, xlv. 371 
Haller, Mr., iv. 17 
Halley, Dr., xxxiv. 238 
Hailing, a hanging, xxi. 259; xxxi. 14(i 
Hailing, Kent, xi. 344 

A vineyard at, i. 326 (a), 328 (b), 351 (c) ; 

iii. 59 
Hallivick, Cornwall, cup of tin found at, xiv. 

137 
HALLIWELL, JAMES ORCHARD, on the antiquity of 

Free Masons in England, xxviii. 444 
On monastic libraries, xxviii. 455 
On the seal of the vicc-custos of Grey 

Friars, Cambridge, xxviii. 462 
On events during the reign of Edward IV., 

xxix. 127 
On the Volvelle, and on Chaucer's treatise 

on the Astrolobe, xxix. 374 
Ou the Speculum Christiani, xxix. 375 



Halliwell continued 

On paintings in Islip church, Oxfordshire, 
xxix. 420 

On English poetical manuscript in the 

Chetham library, xxx. 527 
Halloughton, Leicestershire, xi. 385 
Hallow, Worcestershire, xxv. 35 
Hallowes, Chaworth, x. 31 
Hallow-way, the, xxxv. 432 
Hallpas, the, iii. 204 
Hallstadt, Germany, xii. 1H9 

Knife-handles found at, xlvi. 43G 

Sword found ;it, xlv. -~>(> 

Hallum, Robert, bishop of Salislmrv, monu- 
mental brass of, xxx. 431 ; xxxii. 391, 395 
Hallyilaye, John, xxxv. 431 
Hallywell, John, xxxii. 23 
Halman, John, xlv. 1!(4 

Halnacre, Sussex, xxxix. 3N i, 3s 1 ; xlv. 2u3 
Halrunae, xxi. 131 
Hals, Alfi-ic, xxx. 220 
Halsall, Ivlward, xxxv. 314. 31-7 
Halsluil], Simon, xlv. 152 
Halsoni, Sir Thomas, xxxv. 1'.' 
Halstcd, Kent, xiv. (>2 
Halstow, Kent, xii. 1<>. 17, l,s 
Halter, John, xxxvi. 11!) 
Haltham-super-Bain, Lincolnshire, cross on 

tympanum of church of, xlvii. 165, 174 
Halton, Cheshire, barony of, tenure of, iv. 121- 
Halton castle, Cheshire, xxxiii. 76 
Halton Moor, Lancashire, Saxon antiquities 

found on, xviii. 199 
Halton, John, xxxvii. 346 
Halughton, Joan, xxxviii. 140 

Margaret, xxxviii. 146 

Sir Nicholas, xxxviii. 145 

Thomas de, xxxviii. 145, 146 
Haluhtone, H. de, xxxix. 443 

Thomas de, xxxix. 443 
Halyday, Mr., xxv. 422 
Halykeld, Yorkshire, lands held by Avicia de 

Tanfield in, xlvii. 180 
Halyn, Mr., xx. 523 

2 T 2 



324 



HAL-HAM 



Halywell priory, Warwickshire, WILLIAM HAMPER 
on the site of, xix. 75 

Halywell upon Watling Street, NICHOLAS CAR- 
LISLE on, xvi. 326 

Ham, a home close, xxxiii. 276 

Ham, Essex, viii. 335 

Hamans. Richard, xiv. 127 

Huinusa. the, xiv. 170 

Ham Hlakke, xxi. 2."><! 

Humble, Hants., alien priory of St. Andrew at, 

Hainbleton. Rutland. xi.2<>ti 
Hambletoii. Mr., xv. lo'.'t 

i-LT. Gcrmanv, gables of houses in. xxi. 



Museum, iron axe in, xlvi. 442 

Relics of the old town of, xhx. 3U5, 30(! 
Hamburg, North America, glass head found at, 

xiv. :i"|. 

Hamilcn Hill. Somersetshire, antiquities found at, 
xxi. :::' 

Stirrup found at, xxviii. 4">u 
Hame. Richard, xxxi. '.in. !M- 
Hamcldon, Dorsetshire, xxxix. !>0 
Hamelledon, Ricliard de. xxx. 22! 
Hamerton. Sir John, viii. '.\'l-> 

Sir M.. prisoner in the Tower, xviii. -!'(> 

Sir Richard. 1. ls; 

William, xii. :>>! 

Hames, France, the barony of, iii. '1W 
Hanics river, iii. -t7, 'J.'iU 
Hamey, Baldwin, xlvii. 4US ; 1. 11:{ 
HAMII.|I'\, AsriloXY, on gardens near London in 
l(i!l, xii. 1S1 

On the discovery of the heart of Arthur, 

Lord Capel, xv. 300 
Hamilton, F. E., xlvii. 81 

Sir George, xxxv. 341 

George, xxxv. .341 

Hans C, xii. 38, 65 

Sir James, xxxv. 341 

James, xxxi. 484 

Lady, xxviii. 196 

Sir Patrick, xxii. 8 



HAMILTON, SIR WILLIAM, iii. 136; xiv. 282; xv. 

389 ; xiv. 300 
On Pompeii, iv. 160 
HAMILTON, WILLIAM, xv. 62; xxvi. 257 

On the fortresses of ancient Greece, xv. 315 
On a roll of Egyptian papyrus, and on the 

mode of unrolling the same, xvi. 171 
Exhibits gold coin of Emperor Frederick II., 

xxiv. 353 

Hamlake, Yorkshire, xii. 308 
Hamlin, Isabella, xlvii. 99 

Hanimeo, site of Roman station of, xlix. 72, 160 
Hammer, use of, for killing the aged and infirm, 

1. 201 

Hammer-cloth, xvi. 91 
Hammer-head, bone, from Collingbourne, Wilts, 

xlii. -138 
Hammers, flint, s'e Flint Implements 

Iron, from Belbury Camp, Dorsetshire, 
xlviii. 117 
From Caburn, Sussex, xlvi. 441, 478, 

491, 493 
From Ewell, Surrey, xxxii. 452 ; xlvi. 

446 

Hammersmith, Middlesex, garden at, xii. 182 
Hammes, Arnold de, xxxi. 232 
Hammo, i. 336 (a), 338 (/,), 361 (c), 341 (a), 

343 (7,), 3GG (c) ; xxvi. 233 
Hammon, iv. 238 

Hammond, a Gunpowder conspirator, xv. 139 
Hammond, Colonel, xvi. 189 
Henry, xxxviii. 276 
John, xi. 156 
Mr., xiii. 81 
Raphael, xii. 394 
Robert, xiv. 129; xxxvii.,207 

Letters to, xix. 149 
William, xii. 13 ; xxxiv. 55 
Hammoniacum, a drug, ix. 238 
Hamnvile, Henri de, xxxix. 443 
Hamont, John, xxvii. 283 
Hampden, Colonel, xxxv. 324 
Sir Edmund, xxi. 22 
Edmund, xliv. 464 



HAM HAN 



325 






Hampden continued 
Esmond, xxxiv. 44 
Jane, xxiii. '20 
Sir John, xxxviii. 108 
John, xxxv. 314, 321, 331 
Michael, xxiii. 20 
Philippa, xxxviii. 108 
HAMPER, WILLIAM, xliv. 481 

On the seal of Evesham abbey, Worcester- 
shire, xix. 66 

On the site of Halywell priory, Warwick- 
shire, xix. 75 
On the Runic inscription on Bridekirk font, 

Cumberland, xix. 379 
On a ring with Runic inscription, xxi. 25, 

117 
Communicates sarcastic verses (1399), xxi. 

88 

On the arms and seal of the town of Liver- 
pool, xxi. 543 

On a grave found at Shenstone, Stafford- 
shire, xxi. 548 
On Athelstan's grant to Wilton abbev, xxii. 

399 

On the Oriel, xxiii. 105 
On a penny of Offa, king of Mercia, xxiii. 

403 

On hoar-stones, xxv. 24 
Explanation of runic characters on a tomb 

at Dover, xxv. <>04 
Hampole, Richard de, JOSEPH BROOKS YATKS on 

"The Prick of Conscience " of, xix. 314 
Hampshere, Esmond, xii. 365 
Hampstead, Middlesex, xlv. 147, 149 
Belsize house at, xiii. 169 
Plague at, xxxvii. 19 

Hampstead Norris, Berks, font at, xxxi. 478 
Hampton, Middlesex, proposed mart at. xviii. 76 
Hampton Court, Middlesex, armonry at, xxxvii. 

485 

Built of brick, i. 148 (a) (J), 164 (c) 
Clocks at, xxxiii. 13, 20 
Garden at, vii. 124, 125 ; xii. 181 
Iron gates at, vii. 126 



Hampton Court continued 

Picture of Last Judgment at, xxxvi. 388 
Of St. George's combat at, xlix. 275 

Portraits at, xxxix. 250, 255 

Trees planted at, vii. 122 

Wren's drawings of, 1. 9 
Hampton-in-Arden, Warwickshire, Roman coins 

found at, vii. 413 
Hampton, Barnarde, xii. 374 
Hampton, John, i. SO (,i) (b), lul (<) ; xxvi. :!:!."> 
Hamste, Holland, xxvi. 2(>7 
Hamunil, Richard, xxxvii. 'Ill 

Walter, xxxvii. '277 
Hanaps do Mazer, 1. 129 
Hanbie, John, xxxix. 1K"> 
Hanbury, Staffordshire, xlii. .'!n<i 
Hanbury, George, n. ~> 

William, viii. 427 
Ifancctt, Hamiind dr. xxxix. II:! 
Hancock, Anne, x xviii. 2i>u 

Robert, xx viii. 2"'> 

Thomas, x. 215 
Hand, a paper mark, xii. 11 I- 

HAM>.\SVI>, T.\i.i'."T lii.AVNKv, mi anl i< |iiit ii's dis- 
covered near Ha^shot. vii. 199 
Ilandborougli. ( Ixl'oidshiiv, xxxvii. 1-2 "> 

Church of, cross on tvmpanum at, xlvii. li!ii 
Hand cannon, sr<- Arms 

Handel, George Frederick, opinion of as to tlir 
national music of the several countries oi 
Europe, i. 20 (<>) (!>). 22 (<) 

Handen, Sir ( ), xvi. 189 

Handes, Mr., xxxv. 434 

Hand gun, sec Arms 

Handles, silver, from Ithacn, xxxiii. 49 

Urns with, from Cornish barrows, xlix. 184. 

185, 186 
Handle, Elizabeth, iii. 18 

John de, iii. 17 

Margaret, iii. 18 

Sir Richard, iii. 18 

Handoute, a game, viii. 169; xxvi. 277 
Hands, wooden imitations of, found in Ale- 
mannic graves, xxxvi. 134, 156, 160 



326 



HAN-HAR 



Handsome cross, v. 94 
Handyn, a game, xxvi. 277 
Hanc, Peter le, xxxvii. '291 
Hanekynton, John de, xxxvii. 279 
Hanendonc, Nicholas, xxxvii. 275 
Hanforl, Mr., xv. 136 
Hangelokes, xxiv. 308 
Hanger, Sir John, xxxiv. 56 
Hanger, see Arms 
Hangcst, Sir John clc, xx. 2'J7, 2'J^ 

.lolin tie, xx. 22.'! 
Hangings, x. 21!' 

For altar, xxxiv. .">."> 

Diapered, representeil in early French paint- 
ing, xlix. 2">1 
Hangre. Henry de. xxxvii. -!>"> 

.Milo de, xxxvii. '2t*~> 

Philip de. xxxvii. 2 Si 
Hangs-eil. Orknev, xxxiv. 11'.' 
llangwitz. Motis. Van, xxxvii. 11! I 
Hangwyte, definition of, xlvii. \'2^. \2'.> 
HaiiingHcld, Kssrx. xi. 2.~>s 
Hunkcrton. Wiltshire, xxxvii. 2-V.i 
Ilankes. William, xxxv. 171 
Hankev. Joseph, vii. l!!' 
ilankmtr. Roger, x. 7:1 
Jlanlev, Staffordshire, xxxv. :>!."> 
llaiilo. Sir .liilin de. xxvi. ;!11 
Hanlon. the <)'. xx. 21:! 
Haiinaiul, llanekyii. xxxi. 88, 90 
Hannibal, ix. IK! 

llanninirton, Hampshire, i. 57 () (t), (!:{ (<) 
Hainisard. (iiles, xxxix. li:i 
llano, vi. 10 
Hanover. Cermany, glass bead at, xlv. 'M^ 

Town-hall at, xxxix. 110, 111 
Hansard, Sir Gilbert, ii. 84 

AVilliatn, xxxix. 443 
Hanselled, xxvii. 233 
Hanselm, Raphe, iii. 293 

Hose, iii. 293 
Hanson, John, xxxii. 23 
Hanspy, John, xxiv. 323 
Hanstie Bury, Surrey, xix. 109 



| Hantune, xvii. 312 
Hanusard, see Hansard, Sir Gilbert 
Hapee, Egyptian deity, xxvii. 268, 271, 273 
Happisburgh, Norfolk, xvii. 317 ; xxiii. 362 
Happy- Garston, xxxiii. 278 
Haqucbut, see Arms 
Hara, Nicholas de, viii. 197, 208 
Harald, see Harold 
Hnraldskiaer, Jutland, human body found in a 

bog at, xxxviii. 63 
Hni-am, Yorkshire, v. 195 
Habern, a stream, Devonshire, xxv. 49 
Harbcrwe, Rockingham Forest, Northants, xxv. 42 
Harbingers, viii. 335, 344 
Harbledown, Kent, font at, x. 186 

Hosj)ital at, mazers belonging io, 1. 138 

143, 175 

Harborne, Staffordshire, xxv. 49 
Harborough, Derbyshire, xii. 44 

Drnidical remains at, HAVJIAX RouKK on, ix. 

206 

Harborough, Leicestershire, xxv. 42 
Harborough, Northamptonshire, xxxv. 323 
Harbottle castle, Northumberland, Margaret of 

Scotland's residence at, xlvii. 303 
Harburyones, xxi. 271 
Harby, Leicestershire, xxv. 48 
Hare-la, Sir Andrew de, xxvi. 334 
Harcourt, the lordship of, in France, ix. 56 
Harcourt, Conte de, ii. 195 

Family of, xlvii. 93 

Harcourt, Geoffrey de, iii. 293; xxviii. 172, 175, 
187 

Sir John, xxxiii. 65, 270 

John. iii. 299 ; xxviii. 175 ; xxxix. 443 ; 

xlvii. 93, 94 
HARCOURT, LEVESON VERNO.V, xlii. 31 

On remains discovered at Chilgrove, Essex, 

xxxi. 312 
Harcourt, Oliver de, viii. 204 

Philip de, xii. 77 

Richard, iii. 299 ; xlvii. 93 

Robert, xxvii. 112 

William, iii. 299 ; xxxix. 443 ; xlvii. 93 












HAR 



327 



Hardby, Lincolnshire, queen Eleanor of Castile 
died at, xxix. 167 
hantry founded at, xxix. 177 
Hardcastle, Timothy, xxx. 459 
Hardegrey, Thomas, xxxvii. 25 
Harden, family of, xxii. 169 
Harder, a Ditmarsh surname, xxxvii. 37:5 
Hardham, Sussex, pits discovered at, xlvi. 45U 
Hardhill, Hugyn de, xxxi. 90 

John de, xxxi. 90 
Hardi, Al, vii. 5 
Hardicanute, king, vii. 245, 25S, 259, 260, 201, 

262, 265 

Harding, Wiltshire, xxv. 38 
Harding Moor, Yorkshire, xxv. .'51) 
Harding, Charles, xxxii. 442 

George, xvii. 211 ; xxvii. 121 
John, chronicler, of Kyme, Lincolnshire, 
i. 88 (a) (6), 98 (c) 
His chronicle quoted, xvi. 139 ; xx. 185, 

205, 240 

Writ for a pension for having recovered 
documents from Scotland, i. 87 (a) 
(i). 98 (c) 

Mr., xxxv. 313 ; xlv. 96 
Nicholas, xvii. 212 
Sir Richard, xxxv. 337 
Richard, xxxv. 337 
Robert, xxxvi. 227; xxxvii. 27") 
William, xxxvii. 296 
Hardingstone, Northamptonshire, viii. 222 ; 

xxxv. 395 

Hardingwood, Cheshire, xxv. 37 
Hardman, Humphrey, xxxvii. 217 
Hardres, Kent, font at, x. 189 
Hardres, Richard, xv. 396 
Hardreshnll, Elizabeth, xiii. 108 

John, xiii. 108 
Harduin, Mons., iv. 338 
Hardwick, Cambridgeshire, consecration crosses 

in church of, xlviii. 463 
Hardwick, Gloucestershire, xxix. 6 
Hardwick, Lincolnshire, xxxvi. 269 
Hardwick, Northamptonshire, x. 290 



Hardwick Hall, Derbyshire, vi. 360 

The alleged residence of Mary, queen of 

Scots at, xxxii. 72, 73 

Hardwick, Elizabeth, xxxii. 74 ; xxxiv. 436 
Henry, xvii. 199 
James, xxxii. 75 
John, xxxii. 75, 80; xxxiv. 436 
Mr., xix. 53 
Philip, exhibits Roman altar found in Foster 

Lane, London, xxiv. 350 
HARDWICK, THOMAS, on Flavian amphitheatre at 

Rome, vii. 369 
Hardy, Alison, xli. 343 
.lolin, xli. 350 
Mr., x. S9 

Sir Richard, xli. 341 
Robert, xli. 337 
HAKPY, Si i; 'I'll i OIAS I) r ii is. xxxii. >3 ; xxxiv. 417: 

xli. 3s 
On the Itinerary <>!' King .Icilm, xxii. 

124 

Kxhibits seal of thu Penitentiary of Jerusa- 
lem, xxiii. 410 
Hardy, Thomas, xli. 347 
HARDY, WIM.IAM, xli. 38, 09 

On the commencement of the reign of 

Richard I., xxvii. 109 
Ilardyman, John, xlvii. 370 
Hardyne, Richard, xii. 388 
Hare, the, x. 164 ; xli. 299 

A Chinese zodiacal sign, xlvii. 343 
Bones of, found at Caesar's camp, Folke- 
stone, xlvii. 455 
On a seal, xxi. 213 
On vases, xxiii. 175, 200, 213, 220 
Sculptured on tympana, xl,-ii. 167 
Hare, Henry, earl of Colerane, i. xxxiv (a), 

xxxv (&), xxxvi (c) 
Hugh, earl of Colerane, i. xxxiv (a), xxxv 

(fc), xxxvi (c) 
John, i. xxvi (a), xxvii (6), xxviii (c), 

xxxv (a), xxxvi (6) (c) ; xxxix 24 
Sir Nicholas, i. xxxiv (a), xxxv (6), xxxvi 
(c) ; xviii. 181 



328 



HAR 



Hare continued 

Sir Ralph, a hostage to Scotland in 1646, 
xviii. 29 

Sir Thomas, xxx. 547 ; xxxii. 396 
Hnreby, Nottinghamshire, xxv. 48 
Harecastle, Staffordshire, xxv. 48 
Harechester, Northumberland, xxv. 48 
Harecurt, v Harconrt 
Han' crag;,', Yorkshire, xxv. 4.'f 
Hare-dell. Hertfordshire, xxv. 40 
Haretield. Middlesex, xxv. 1>8 
Hnregate, Lincolnshire, xxv. 47 
Hare-hill, Cumberland, xxv. 4:! 
Hare-hill, Yorkshire, xxv. 4; 5 
llarchills, over Aldcrlev. Cheshire, xxv. 4-> 
Hull-hope cairn. Itcrwickshirc. xxv. 4.'! 
Harc-hoii>e, near Lichiield, Staffordshire, xxv. 

17 

I larelane. Gloucestershire, xxv. -1-4 
Hare-lane, Somersetshire, xxv. 44 
llarclaw. Scotland, xxv. 4L'. !:! 
llarclow-hill, Leeds, Yorkshire, xxv. 4li 
1 1 are-mare, Sussex, xxxiv. 24!) 
llaremere. William de, xlv. !.'!"> 
Harejiath, Devonshire, xxv. I'i 
Harescomli. Gloucestershire, xxv. I!'.' 
Hare-stane, svc Hoar-stones 
Hareston, Leicestershire, xxv. ;>i> 
Hare-Torr, Devonshire, xxv. 4t 
Harewoode, Hampshire, xxv. .")U 
Harewood castle, Yorkshire, vi. 329; xxviii. 
74 

Doorway in, vi. 334 
Harewood church, tomb in, vi. ;)34 

Font in. x. 199 

Harflcur, France, defended by Thomas Beau- 
fort, duke of Exeter, ii. 196; iii. 314 

Tower of church at, xxv. 186 

Window in church at, xxv. 184 
Harford, Devonshire, xxv. 47 
Harford, Bridstock, xxxvii. 209 
HAKKOBD, CHAKI.ES JOSEPH, xiv. 279 

On antiquities found on Polden-hill, Somer- 
setshire, xiv. 90 



Harford continual 

On antiquities found on the Quantock hills, 

Somersetshire, xiv. 94 
Harford, Robert, xxxviii. 423 

Woolstapler's mark of, xxxvii. 383, 389 
Hargate-lane, Staffordshire, xxv. 47 
Hargate, Thomas, xxv. 540 
Hargill, Edward, i. 353 (a), 375 (b), 379 (c) 
Hargrave, Northamptonshire, xxv. 41 
Hnrgrave, Warwickshire, xxv. 41 
HAKKNESS, ROHEKT, on a crannoge found in Drnm- 
kcery Lough, Ireland, xxxix. 483 
And STAI.KEH, VAI.LAXCE, on discover}' 
of a cist at Brougham, Westmor- 
land, xlv. 411 
Harland, John, xli. 478 
Hiirlaston, Northamptonshire, xxxii. 294 
Ilarlaw, Yorkshire, xxv. 42 
Harlcch, Wales, gold collar from, xiv. 95; xxxix. 

506 

Hai'lcdg, John, xii. 17 
Harleighe, Malcolm, xxviii. !> 
Hurley, Sir Robert, xxxvii. 2UG ; xxxviii. 6 
Harleyford, Buckinghamshire, xxv. 38 
Harling, Sir Robert, xxi. 241 
Harlotta, mother of William the Conqueror, xii. 

317, :i22 
Hnrlow, Essex, xxv. 42 

Supposed Roman station at, xix. 409 
Harlow hill, Cumberland, xxv. 42 
Harman, Edward, xii. 376 

James, xii. 380 
HAIJMEK, THOMAS, on Irish round towers, ix. 

268 
Harmon, John, xii. 374 

William, xxxvi. 237 
Harnham, Wiltshire, xxxvi. 130 ; xli. 419 

Excavations and discoveries in the Anglo- 
Saxon burial-ground at, JOHX YONOE 
AKERMAN on, xxxv. 259, 475 
Harnam, Richard, xliii. 227 
Harnsey Moss, Cumberland, xliv. 276 
Harnthorpe, Lincolnshire, xi. 32 
Harold, Bedfordshire, xxv. 50 



EAR 



329 



Harold, Blaatnnd, placed a rock on his mother's 
grave, ii. 265 

Earl of Hereford, xxxiv. 433 

Hardraad, xxiv. 265 

Harfager, xiv. 115; xxiv. 253; xlv. 250 

Hyltedand, vii. 148 

King, iii. 210; iv. 359 ; v. 192 ; xix. 89, 93, 201 

King of the Isles, xxiv. 290 
Harold's town west, Pembrokeshire, xliii. 135 
Harold's Stones at Trelech, Monmouthshire, xxv. 

54 
Haroun al Rashid, sword said to have been given 

by him to Charles the Great, xxix. 370 
Harp, the, vii. 220 

Invented in Egypt, iv. 237 

Invented by Mercury, iv. 237 

Of Anacreon, xxxi. 261 
Harpagus, v. 276; xxx. 179 
Harpalus, v. 276 
Harpen, William, xii. 384 
Harpenden, Hertfordshire, Roman glass and 

earthenware found at, xxiv. 349 
Harpenden, Sir John, brass of, xxxi. ."ill 

Marriage of, xlvi. 250 
Harper, figure of a, on bronze dish, xxx. 133 

Irish, treasure found by means of song of, ii. 

38; xxv. 574 
Harper, Sir George, xviii. 131 

Hugh, xii. 358 

William, xxv. 371, 391 
Harpham, Yorkshire, v. 203 
Harpies, xxx. 187, 188 
Harpocrates, iv. 166 

Amulet of, ii. 38 
Harpole, Northamptonshire, Roman remains at. 

xliii. 119 
Harpour, Richard, xxxviii. 278 

William, xxxviii. 278 
Harptree, East, Somersetshire, church of, granted 

to Wells cathedral, 1. 357 
Harpy tomb from Xanthus, xxx. 185 
Harquebus, see Arms 
Harra, Orkney, xxxiv. 96 
Harrington, Northamptonshire, tile at, xliv. 169 



Harrington, a herald, i. 353 (a), 355 (&), 379 (c), 

354 (a), 356 (I), 380 (c) 
Harrington, Clemens, xiv. 20 
Edward, xi. 206 
Sir James, i. 358 (a), 360 (b), 385 (c) ; xiv. 

20; xxiii. 29; xxxv. 2 
John, lord, xxxv. 2, 12 
Sir John, xxiii. 29, 31, 42 ; x). 121 
John, xviii. 17!) 
Mr., ix. 221 
Sire de, xxxix. 413 
Sir William, xxi. 44; xxii. 3Sf>, 387 
Harris, the island of, Scotland, joint ownership 

in, 1. 205 

Harris, Anthony, bookseller, xxv. 104 
Christopher, xlii. M77 
Jonathan, xxxv. 4 1-S 
John, ii. 1(18 ; xxxiii. 99 
Mary, x xviii. 19! I, 2' "I 
Mr., iv. 11U: xxxiii. '.is 
Nicholas, xii. 37 1 > 
Ralph, xii. 364 
Richard, vii. 119; .xxxiii. 199; xxxv. 1"; 

xxxvii. 43S 

Thomas, xxxvii. 19s. i_i i<) 
William, vi. (I 

HARRIS, WILUAM, observations on the Julia Mr.-ita 
and Roman stations, etc., in the counties <<l 
Monniouth, Brecknock, Caermnrthen, and 
Glamorgan, ii. 1 
Harrison, Colonel, xv. 290 
George, xxx. 50 
John, x. 76; xii. 360, 383; xiii. \t>'2: xxv. 

103; xii. 348 
Launcelot, xvi. 31 
Luke, printer, xxv. 103 
Mr., xix. 107 
Park, xlv. 347, 348 
Ralph, xliii. 223, 224 
Richard, xliii. 221 
Simon, xi. 396 
Thomas, xxxiii. 78; xliii 220 

Letter 'of, to Robert Hammond, xix. 
153 

2u 



330 



HAR 



Hai-rison continued 
William, xii. 384 

Exhibits bronze bracelets and carving 
in jet found at Strooil, Kent, xxviii. 
443 
Exhibits stone celt found at Hartlii>, 

Kent, xxviii. 443 
JI.\i:i:f>i>, HKM:Y, xxxv. 454 

On horse-trappings found at Westhall, Suf- 
folk, xxxvi. 454 

On tin- mantle iind ring of widowhood, xl. 307 
On the details of a murrain of the 14th 
century from the court rolls of a Norfolk 
manor, xli. 1 

On Wymondhani abbey, Norfolk, xliii. 2(54 
( )n the rrvjit of the chapter house, Westmin- 
ster alibey, xli v. 373 
llarrol. Herefordshire, ii. 330 
Harrow, a svmbol of Osiris, xix. 31)3 
Harrow school. Middlesex, a silver arrow shot 

for at. vii. ."ill 

Harro\vd"ii. Northamptonshire, xxv. 40 
Harrowing, :L manorial .service, xvm. 2S."> 

The jirice of, xviii. 2s5 
Harrv ( ! race de Dicti, a ship, iii.lilili; vi. 1S3, 

1>4, -Ji'2, 2n7, 'JOS, -J0!, 21<5; xi. 1(54 
Harry, Miles ap, xxxi. 42S 
Thomas, xl. 44s 
William, xiv. "JlM 
Harryman. Hichard, xxxviii. 107 

William, swan-mark of, xvi. 153 
Harryott, Robert, xii. 360 
Hursick, Sir R., wooden effigy of, xlvi. 280 
Harsnct, Samuel, bishop of Chichester, xlv. 181, 

232 

Colonel, xlv. 81, 84, 92, 97 
Hart on the hoop, an inn sign, xviii. 197 
Hart, John, xi. 243, 245, 249; xiii. 86 

Sir Percival, viii. 409 ; xii. 378 ; xviii. 168 ; 

xxxviii. 395 
Richard, xxxi. 208 

HART, WILLIAM HENRY, on documents of the 
reign of Elizabeth relating to magic, xl. 
389 



Hartbnrn, Northumberland, vii. 82 

Harthill, Yorkshire, xxv. 43 

Hartland Point, Devonshire, xxv. 37 ; xlviii. 391 

Hartlebury, Worcestershire, viii. 236 

Hartle moor, Derbyshire, druidical remains on, 

HAYMAX ROOKE on, vi. 110 
Rocks on, ix. 209 
Hartlepool, Durham, Runic inscriptions at, xxviii. 

346 

Sepulchral stones found at, xxvi. 479 
Hartle}-, family of. xliv. 479 
Hartley, David, xliv. 479 
Mr., xvi. 326 

Winchcombe, Henry, xliv. 474, 479 
Hartley Mandit, Hampshire, iv. 178, 182 
Hartlica Tarn, Cumberland, xliv. 276 
Hartlip, Kent, iron knife from, xlvi. 441 
Iron objects from, xlvi. 409 
Stone hatchet from, xxviii. 443 
Hartmun, a Ditmarsh surname, xxxvii. 373 
HAIITSIIORXK, CIIAKLES HKXKY, on the present 

state of Orford castle, xxix. 60 
On a statue of Minerva Gustos and other 
Roman remains found at Sibson and 
Bedford Purlieus, Northamptonshire, 
xxxii. 1 

Hartshorne, Miss, xlvii. 405 
Hartwell, Abraham, i. x (a) (b) (c) 

Richard, xxxviii. 43 
Harvengers, i. 350 (a), 358 (b), 383 (c) 
Harvey, Alice, 1. 193 
Anthony, xii. 395 
Edmond, xii. 387 
Gabriel, xl. 348 
Jane, xli. 349 
John, xii. 366 
Mr., xxx. 20 
Richard, xliii. 213 
Robert, xliii. 223 
Sir George, xxxiv. 215 ; xxxv. 217 ; xxxvii. 

490 

Thomas, xii. 388 
Sir William, xxxiv. 322, 329 
William, xli. 349 






EAR-HAT 



331 



Harward, Alice, xxv. 392 

Sir Edward, xxv. 392 

Harwich, Suffolk, viii. 350; ix. 379; x. 350; 
xxv. 40 

Derivation of name suggested, xi. 352 
Harwell, Thomas, xxx. 508 
Harwood, Agnes de, xlii. 300 

Christopher, xii. 364 

Jane, viii. 78 

John, i. xxxvi (a), xxxvii (fc), xxxviii (<) 

William, xvii. 83 

Harworth, Nottinghamshire, xxv. 37 
Harydanes, John, xxv. 440, 443 
Harz, a bound or limit, xxv. 30 
Hasclof, surname of tenant at Somerby, Leicester- 
shire, xlvii. Ill 

Haseby, Lincolnshire, Roman remains at, xxii. 28 
Haselbury, Somersetshire, church of, granted to 

Wells cathedral, 1. 357 
Haselden, Gloucestershire, xxxi. 513 
Haseley, near Arreton, Isle of Wight, v. 1 13 
Hasell, Henry, xliv. 416 
Haselwood, Yorkshire, manor of, vi. 339 
Haselwood, Mr., xv. 401 

Thomas, xi. 243, 245, 249; xxv. 391 
Hash, Warren, xliii. 227 
Haske, see Aske 

Haskerton, Suffolk, font at, x. 198 
Haslast, John, xxxi. 209 
Haslee, John, xx. 83 
Haslingfield, Cambridgeshire, urn found at, xlv. 

406 

Hassall, Henry, xxv. 392 
Hassanbeg, Servia, Roman inscription at, xlix. 

102 
Hassell, Germany, Spread Eagle inn at, xxxv. 

203 

Hassey, Thomas de, xxxi. 353 
Hassia, Henry de, xxxi. 413 
Hassock, coarse grass, xlvi. 210 
Hastang, Robert de, xxi. 218 ; xxvi. 321, 329 ; 

xxvii. 295; xlv. 433; 1.217 
Hasted, Edward, xi. 387 ; xiv. 38, 39 
Hastement, William, xl. 449 



Hasteng, Humfrai, xxxix. 443 

Hasting, xii. 314 ; xlv. 241 

Hastings, Sussex, ii. 335 ; xxxiv. 241 ; xxxviii. 

57 ; xxxix. 28 ; xlv. 171 ; xlviii. 389 
Church of St. Clement, font in, x. 192 
Honour of, knights' fees in, xlvii. 130 
Mint at, xxvi. 10 
Rape of, xlv. 428 
Hastings, battle of, xxvi. 357 ; xxxiv. 24G 

Map illustrating, xxxiv. 250 
Hastings, Ada, xxxiii. 59 
Adam, xxxiv. 436 
Kdmond de, xxi. 217 
Sir Edward, i. 347 (a), 370 (I), 4<>l (-) ; iii. 

2S7; xii. 3S2, 392; xx. 45G 
Kdxvard, lord Hastings, i. 351 (a), 353 (/.;, 

377 (,-) 

Lady Elizabeth, xxviii. 47 
Kli/abeth, xxv. 412 ; xl. 472 
HASTINGS, IM.IX..\I:I:TII, Cor.vn-:ss MOIIIA. on a 
skeleton found at Drumkeragh, Ireland, 
vii. 90 

Hastings, Ennnote de, xxii. 43S 
Sir Francis, iv. 31 

Sir George, i. 35S (-1). 360 (1>~), 3S"> (c) 
Henry, ii. 279; xxxix. 443 
Sir Hugh, xxv. 412, 4S4, 490 
Joan de, xxxix. 443 

Sir John, iii. 296; xxi. 491 ; xxvii. Ib 
John, earl of Pembroke, the first subject to 

quarter arms, ii. 299 
John de, x. 251 ; xxi. 205 
Katherine, xxv. 484 
Martin, xxv. 490 
Mr., xxxv. 328 
Ralph, xv. 177 
Richard, lord Welles, i. 351 (a), 353 (b), 377 

(c), 352 (a), 354 (4), 378 (c) 
William, lord Hastings, ii. 199, 207 ; xv. 
400; xxvi. 265 
Master of the mint (1469), indenture 

as to coinage, xv. 164 
William, xxv. 495 ; xlvii. 268 
Hat, see Costume 

2u2 



332 



HAT-HAV 



Hat, a paper-mark, xii. 115, 117 
Hatched work, xii. 160 
Hatcher, Mr., xii. 269 
Henry, xviii. 228 
Hatchet, ii-on, from Belbnry camp, Dorsetshire, 

xlviii. 117 

From tin- Thames, xxx. 401 
Hatchments, xii. 339 
HatelifTe, William, xxvi. 282; xxvii. 171 
Hateringdcni 1 , Rauf dc, xxxix. 443 
Hatfield, Yorkshire, i. 225 (a), 22(5 (!>), 24G (c) ; 

xxxv. 4u5; xl. 226 
Hutfield, Bishops. Hertfordshire, cardinal Louis 

ilf Luxembourg died at, ii. 1!M5 
HattieM I'everell, Kssex, xliii. 2()2 
Hattield, William de, xxxi. 1 1-5 
Hatf..rd. Berkshire, ii. 152 
Hathaway. Margaret, xxxii. 445 

Thomas. \ xxii. 445 
Jlathi'ii, Brian, xxxv. 451 
HatliersL'dgi 1 , Derbyshire, vii. 1 75 

Koliin Hood and Little .John said to be 

buried at, x. 4(57 

Hathersham, Surrey, the manor of, xxx. 512 
llathershain, Agnes, xxx. 512 
Christina, xxx. 512 
William, xxx. 512 
Hattare, John le, xxxvii. 2*0 
Hatteclyffe, William, .<?>> HatclilTe 
Hatteral hills, Monmouthshire, vi. 13 
Jlatton. Sir Christopher, xxxiii. 2S1 ; xxxiv. <JU, 

154: xxxvi. 97, 339 
Plate triven to, by queen Elizabeth, i. lU (a), 

(./), 12 (c) 

Haubergeon, gee Arms 

Hauche, perhaps an error for Newark, Notting- 
ham, iv. 31 
llaughmond abbey, Shropshire, x. 208 ; xi. 138 ; 

xxv. 508 

llauketon, tee Arms 
Haukforde, William, xx. 204 
llaulcy, Robert, killed in Westminster abbey, 

viii. 13, 37 
Ilaull, John, swan-mark of, xvi. 153 



Haunce, Mr., xxxix. 7 

Haunt, Rutland, xi. 206 

Hauntlowe, William, xxxix. 25 

Hause, William, xxxvi. 223 

Hauscham, Sussex, xxxiv. 250 

Hausler, a term signifying a small landowner in 

Saxony, xxxv. 470 
Hausse-col, see Arms 
Hausson, Christopher, xiii. 12 
Hausted, Sir John de, xxvi. 337 ; xxvii. 279 

Sir Richard, xxxvi. 251 
Haustement, see Arms 
Hautayn, (iodyn, xxvi. 336 
Hautc-Allemagne, France, font at, xxv. 165 
Hautefeuille, 1'abbu, xxxiii. 93 
Hautercsham, W. de, xvii. 298 
Hauteville, Sir ( ), wooden effigy of, xlvi. 

280 

Hauteyn, Hamo, xxxix. 443 
Hauthro. John, xli. 34.3 
Hautivc, John, xxx. 507 

Haut-mur, a name of Bolognc, France, iii. 252 
Hautot, Richard de, xxxix. 443 
Hauuade, Yorkshire, v. 196 
llauvola, Jean, viii. 142 
Havanl, xxxiv. Ill, 112 
Havener, Thomas le, xxxi. 159 
Haver, oats, xvii. 149 
Haverberg, xxix. 179 
Haver-bread, i.e., oat-cake, xvii. 149 
Haver-dun, Bedfordshire, viii. 377 
Haverfordwest, Wales, ii. 9; xx. 227; xxix. 179 
Haverhill, Essex, xiv. 62 

Glass urn found at, xiv. 74 

Havering-atte-Bower, Essex, xxii. 247; xxvi. 338 
Haveringges, Joan de, xxxix. 443 

Richard de, xxxix. 443 
Haversham, Westmoreland, stone hatchet found 

at, ii. 125 

Haversham, Nichol de, xxxix. 443 
Haveryng, Mrs., xxv. 429 
HAVILAND, REV. DR., rector of North Pcderurn, 

on the first peopling of Br-tain, i. 49 (a) 

(6), 54 (c) 



HAV-HAY 



333 



Havre do Grace, France, iii. 262 
Haward, Andrew, xxxv. 422 

Francis, xvi. 94 

Sir George, xii. 382 

Sir John, xxvi. 340 
Hawarden castle, Flintshire, xxxiii. 76 

Taken by Llewellin, prince of Wales, xvi. 

32 

Hawarden, Margaret, xlii. 302 
Hawarth, v. 200 

Hawberk, Sir Nicholas, marriage of, xlvi. 2.50 . 
Hawes, Christopher, xxv. 370 

James, xxxvi. 98 
Hawfeld, Mr., xix. 284 
Hawk, a gambling term, viii. 13G 
Hawk, the, iv. 240 ; xix. 100; xxvii. 268 

A symbol of nobility, iii. 209 

Rings for, inscribed " Oxenfordo," xii. 408, 
410 

Sculpture representing, iv. 220, 232 ; viii. 179 
Hawke, John, xii. 16; xxxv. 425 

Thomas, xii. 385 ; xxxv. 423 

William, xii. 16 
Hawker, Peter, x. 132 
Hawkes, John, xxxv. 430 
Hawkeslawe, Northumberland, xxxii. 291 
Hawkeslowc, William, xxvi. 284 
Hawkhurst, Kent, xxxiv. 244 
Hawking, love of, by ecclesiastics, 12th century, 

1. 298 
Hawkins, Anne, xxviii. 194, 199 

Caesar, iii. 402 
HAWKINS, EDWARD, xxx. 204 

Exhibits gold collar found in Glamorgan- 
shire, xxvi. 464 

Exhibits gold collars and balls found in 
Ireland, xxviii. 437 

On coins of the kings of Mercia, xxiii. 395 

On coins found in the bed of the Dove, 
Staffordshire, xxiv. 148 

On coins of William I. and II. found at 
Beaworth, Hampshire, xxvi. 1 

On Saxon pennies found at Sevington, Wilt- 
shire, xxvii. 301 



Hawkins continued 

On brass vessel found near Pulford. Cheshire, 

xxviii. 451 

Hawkins, J., xix. 337 

Hawkins, Sir John, xii. 220; xxxiii. 209, 221, 
225, 238 ; xxxiv. 297, 305, 313 ; xxxviii. 
393 

Autogi-aph of, xxxiii. 195, 284 
Letter of, xxxiii. 192 
WILLIAM HKXKY SMYTH on the life of, xxxiii. 

195, 206 
Hawkins, John, xviii. 200; xxxvii. 4S5 ; xxxviii. 

199, 206 

Martha, xxviii. 199 
Master, letter of archbishop Crannier to, 

xviii. 77 
Mr., xxxv. :>,'27 
Sir Richard, xxxiii. '2'2~> 
Susanna, xxviii. IW, 2nu 
Thomas, xxv. 565; xxxii. 114 
HAWKINS, W.U.TKK, xxx. :!L':! 

Exhibits sword found in (lie Thames, xxxi. 

477 
On the use of the sling among the ancients. 

xxxii. 96 

Hawkins, W. Bentinck, 1. II" 
Ilawkstone, Cambridgeshire, xii. !>1 

Church of, pliin of, xix. :><J.">, 36S 
Hawk's Tor, Cornwall, stone circle on, xlix. 1!N 
Hawkwood, Sir John, xviii. 18!', 1!'4 
Hawlcy, Sir Joseph, xxx. 125 

Robert, xliv. 96 
Hawsed, Mr, xix. 284 
Hawsted, Suffolk, font at, x. 207 
Hawston, Richard, xliii. 223, 224 
Hawte, Jane, xliv. 259 
Hawtes, Elizabeth, xvi. 30 
Hawthorn, why the badge of Henry VII, iii. 

222 

Hawtrey, Edward, xxxiii. 349 
Hawys, William, xxxvi. 221 
Haxalholm, see Axholme, isle of 
Hay, Brecknockshire, iii. 112 
Hay, church-hay, xxxv. 439 



334 



HAY HEA 



HAY, CHARLES, iv. 7 

On Roman hypocaust at Brecknock, vii. 205 ; 

viii. 441 
Hay, Henry, xliii. 220 

James, earl of Carlisle, xxxix. 170 

Joan de In, xxxix. 442 

John de la, ii. 279 

Sir John cle la, xxvii. 284 

Mr., iv. 20; v. ">S, 78; vi. IS 

Richnnl. xiii. 218 

Kaljih dc la. xvii. :iOO ; xxxix. -142, 443 

Riehard. xiii. 218 

Robert, xxvii. .'!7"> 

'riiiniias de la, xxvi. '>>'> 

Waller dc la. xxxii. 211 
Haya, Robert dc. xxix. 3Sl 
Havhurii \Vyki-, Yorkshire, xxxiv. 447 
llavdock. Gilbert, xxxvi. 77 
I laydon. .luliii, xii. 3Sl) 
Have, a net. xx v. 423 
J laves. Kent. xiii. 2'.>i! 
Hayes, Cornelius, xxxix. s 

Samuel, viii. 1 v "> 
Hay hay the Wvthe Swan. etc.. motto of Kdwanl 

III., xxxi. 122 

Havhill, Cambridgeshire, xix. (il 
Hayliill. near Lonilon, derivation ot name. xxvi. 

23."> 

Hayles. the minstrel, xxv. 539 

] lay makers, corporation olliec of, xlvi. 417 

Haymun, Sir Peter, xxxii. 144 

Ralph, xxxi. 27.'$ 
Hayne. Simon, xxviii. 147 
Hayned, meaning obtained, xxxiii. 270 
Hayncs Crrecn, Essex, xxix. 251 
Haynes, Richard, horn and ivory carving belong- 
ing to, xvi. 346 
Hayter, John, xv. 116, 389 
Haytfield, Lyon, xl. 238 
Hay ward, corporation office of, xlvi. 417 

Manorial officer, xxxv. 471 

Office of, in manor of Scotter. Lincoln, 
xlvi. 375, 385 
Of Aylesbury, Bucks, 1. 102 



Hayward's-ham, land in Oxfordshire, xxxiii. 

276 
Hay ward, Sir John, xliv. 421 

John, i. xviii (a), xix (i) (c) ; xxiv. 323 

Michael, xii. 362 

Mr., xi. 155 
Haywood, John, xii. 392 

Richard, xxvii. 364 
Hazel, bows made of, vii. 53 
Hazel nuts, found in Alemannic graves, xxvi. 

136, 137, 138, 139, 152 

Hazel wands, found in graves, xxxi. 251 ; xxxvi. 

137, 144; xxxix. 128, 133 
Haselden, Gloucestershire, ix. 367 
Ha/elrigg, Sir Arthur, xxxv. 320; xlv. 198 
Hazi-lwood, Thomas, xxv. 391 
Hazlchrough stone, x. 79 

Heaberht, bishop of the \Viccii, ii. 78 
Heacham, Norfolk, the manor of, xii. 2 
Heaeliff, Durham, v. 198 

Head, liron/e and ring found in Eastcheap, Lon- 
don, xxvi. 462 
Chalk, found at Cwsar's camp, Folkestone, 

xlvii. 4:>8, 462, 463 

Colossal, found at Chichester, xxvi. 466 
Sculptured, from Merton abbey, Surrey, 

xiv. 282 

Terra-eotta from Ithaca, xxxiii. 48, 54 
Head piece, see Arms 
HKAH, Silt EDMUND, on the temple of Serapis at 

Pozzuoli, Italy, xxxvii. 441 
HKAD, EiiAsMfs, on Roman remains found at 

Ellenborough, Cumberland, ii. 54 
Head, John, xxxix. 180 
Headangrafe, Wiltshire, xxxv. 273 
Headbourne Worthy, Hants, early example of the 

holy rood at, xlvii. 168 
Heahstan, bishop of London, ii. 74 
H KALES, ALFRED, on Easter sepulchres, xiii. 263 
Healfdene, xv. 200 

Heardulf, king of Northumbria, xxv. 286 
Hearle, William, xxxiv. 150 
Hearne, Thomas, mistake of, regarding Alfred's 
jewel, ii. 68 









HEA-HEC 



335 



Hearne continued 

Fragments of a chronicle of, on Edward IV. 's 

reign quoted, xlvii. 266, 268, 270, 275, 

285 

Hearse, see Arms 
Hearse funeral, see Herse 
Heart-burial, of Arthur, lord Capel, xv. 300 

Of Lord Edward Bruce, at Oulross, xx. 515 
Of Charles V. of Franco, at Rouen, xxix. 

204 
Of Edward I. in the church of the Hcijy 

Sepulchre at Jerusalem, xxix. 186 
Of Eleanor of Castile, queen, in the church 

of the Friars Predicants, London, xxix. 

171, 177 
Of Eleanor of Provence, queen of Humy III., 

in the church of the Friars Minors, 

London, xxix. 186 
Of Gilbert dc Clare, earl of Gloucester, xxvi. 

341 
Of John Peckham, archbishop of Canterbury, 

x. 276 
Of Marie de Bourbon in the church of Saint 

Estienne, Drcux, xxix. 213 
Of Mons. Formentin in church of English 

Blue Nuns, Paris, xxviii. 206 
Of Peter de Aqua-Bella, bishop of Hereford, 

xviii. 189 
Of Peter de Rupibus, bishop of Winchester, 

xv. 221 
Of Richard, king of the Romans, in the 

church of the Friars Minors, Oxford, 

xxix. 186 

Of Richard L, at Rouen, xxix. 203, 215 
Of William Stafford Howard, earl Stafford, 

in church of English Blue Nuns, Paris, 

xxviii. 206 
Of William de Warren (died 1148) in Lewes 

priory, xxxi. 434 

Heart of St. George, kept at Windsor, xlix. 281 
Heart laths, xxxvi. 300, 303 
Heart stone, Derbyshire, vi. 114 
Heart-shaped stone found in Cornish barrow, 
xlix. 189 



Hearth fire, Aryan, xlviii. 295 
Hearth money, xxxiii. 272 
Hearth worship, 1. 198 
Hearths in castles, vi. 241 
Heaseldene, Durham, v. 198 
Heat, a cause of decay in glass, xlvi. 123 
Heath, A. B., xliii. 350 
Jeromy, xxxv. 348 
John, wooden effigy of, xlvi. 27!) 
John Benjamin, xxxi. 482 
Nicholas, archbishop of York, xviii. 186; 

xxxi. 462 
Thomas, xxx. 71 
Heath church, Derbyshire, portion of .slab with 

crucifix at, xlvii. 168 
Heath Cock, a place in Wales, iv. 7 
Hcathfield, Sussex, xlv. 147, 148 
Heathwaite, Lancashire, xxxi. 451 

Fragment of stone ring found at, xxxi. 452 
Heating, modes of, for glass making 1 , xlvi. 123 
Heaven, Hampolc's description of, xix. 320 
Queen of, xii. 74 

Banner of, xxii. 307 

Heaven's walls, land at Litlington, Cambridge- 
shire, xxvi. 360 

Heavenficld, Northumberland, xlv. 306 
Hebbarde, Mrs., xl. 316 
llcbbels, a wooden bridge, 1. 375 
Hebenhith, Thomas de, xxvi. 344 
Hebrew inscriptions in Canterbury castle, Kent, 

vi. 300 

Hebrides, the, Scotland, xxiv. 28!) 
Origin of the name, xlviii. 385 
Querns in, vii. 23 
See Ebudae 
Hecate, xi. 13 

Hecatea, i. 334 (a), 336 (b), 359 (c) 
Hecatesium, the, at Ephesus, xi. 13 
Hecatoeus, iv. 230 
Hecham, Robert de, xxxii. 276 
Hechington, Sussex, xl. 469 
Heckingham, Norfolk, church of, xxiii. 14 
Heckington church, Lincolnshire, Eastersepnlchre 
in, xlii. 291 



336 



HEC HEL 



Heckington continued 

Sedilia in, x. 296 

Window in, xxv. 173, 184 
Heckle, an instrument used in working flax and 

hemp, xlviii. 140 
Hector, on cards, viii. 162 

On vnse, xxiii. 155, 204 
Hedd. Nicholas, xxv. 437 
Heddlc, Robert, xxxiv. 97 
Hedge, John. 1. 191 

Robert, xi. 249 
Hedgehoir. the. xii. 304 

The sit, r n of, xi. 74 
Hcdireley M , the battle of (1464,), xlvii. 278. 

Hedge-lookers, corporation office of, xlvi. 417 
I Todgerley church, Ducks, monumental brass in, 

xxx. 121, 122 
II ed ires and boundary lines indicate Roman 

roads, xlviii. 39 
Hedgoward, the, xxxiii. 27t> 
Hcdingham castle, Ks.sex, hawks' rings found 

near, xii. II 1 > 
Portraits at. xxxii. 392 
Hrd'ov. Surrev. ix. li.i.'! 
Hcdh'v. Anthony, xxvi. 346 
Hedon. Yorks. church of. xlviii. 1. V 5 
Heere. Lucas do, xxii. 450 ; xxxix. 11.3'>; xl.72; 

Hi'ga, xxx. 221 

He-air. AI, vii. 14 

Hrgire. (i., xiii. 34 

Heggios. Hue de. xxxix. 443 

Heghiim, Sussex, xlv. 431 

Heghfeld. John, xvii. 199 

Hegias, xviii. 309 

Heideck, Rabbi, vii. 167 

Heidesheim, Germany, sword found at, xlv. 261 

Heifer's head, a paper-mark, viii. 246 

Heigham Potter, Norfolk, xxiii. 373 

Heilman. Andrew, xi. 299 

Heilsberg, Germany, bishop's castle at, xxxix. 

108 
Heineken, Mr., viii. 241, 246 



Heines, Simon, xlii. 85, 87 

Heinfleit, Mons., xxxvii. 241 

Heinlein, Andreas, xxxiii. 297 

Heirs to the Crown after Richard III., xlvii. 

421 

Hel, Stephen del, xxx. 227 
Hclaugh priory, Yorkshire, incised stone from, 

xxxi. 484 
Helbeck Scar, Cumberland, i. 228 (a), 229 (6), 

249 (c) 

Helden, Onosiphorus, xxxiii. 100 
Holder. Richard, x.xxv. 445 
Heldrenesse, see Holderness 
Helc, to cover, xvii. 296 
Hole, Agnes en la, xxxvii. 274 
Matilda en In, xxxvii. 274 
Peter, xxxiii. 28, 86, 304 
Helen, saint, s/'c Helena 
Helena, saint, empress, vi. 169; xlvii. 374, 378 

Feast of, xii. 348 
Helena, widow of emperor lieda Mariam, xxxii. 

41, 5(5 

Ilelenstow, we Klstow 
Helenus, inscribed on a gold ornament found at 

Cove, Scotland, ii. 41 
Helen, lirittuny, cromlech at, xxv. 232 
Helewys, Robert, xxxvii. 277 
Helgo, xxiv. 2(58 
Helias, xi. 350 

Helinchatn, Norfolk, viii. 234 
Heliogabalus, emperor, see Elagabalus 
Hcliopolis, Egypt, iv. 230, 239 ; xiv. 206 ; xxxiv. 

373 

Helkc, Robei-t Fitz Roger, xxv. 617 
Hell, Hampole's and Milton's descriptions of 

xix. 327 

Illumination of, xxiv. 340 
Legend concerning, xxxiii. 265 
Picture of, in glass, at Haydon, Norfolk, 

xii. 95 

Hell-cart, nickname for a coach, xx. 466, 470 
Hellebore, on ancient vase, xxiii. 198, 210 
Hellenodicae, the, their functions, i. 195 (a), 

196 (6), 215 (c) 



HEL-HEN 



337 



Hellesdon, Norfolk, xiii. 296 
Hellier, Mary, x. 136 

Richard, xxviii. 22 
Hell-runes, xxi. 131 

Hellwysse, Sir Gervase, xxxvii. 490 ; xli. 86 
Helman, a Ditmarsh surname, xxxvii. 373 
Helmdon, Northamptonshire, xi. 385 

Arabic numerals at, iv. 22 ; x. 370 ; xiii. 
114, 142 

Inscription at, SAMUKI. DKXXK on, xiii. 141, 
142 

Sedilia at, x. 285 
Heluieswell, John de, xxxi. 94 
Helmet, see Arms 

Helmet, tenure by, iii. 2 ; xvii. 311 
Helmingham, Suffolk, Romano-British cemetery 

at, xiii. 424 
Helmold, xxxvi. 89 

Helmsdale river (Ptolemy), xlviii. 386 
Helnaes, Denmark, Runic stone at, xliii. 103 
Helota, M. Ludius, xlix. 173 
Helpen-fontana, xxvi. 359 
Helps, Mr., xl. 250 

Helpston, Northants, sedilia at, x. 291 
Helsden hall, Norfolk, celts found at, v. 11C> 
Helsingia, the laws of, xxiv. 256, 257 
Helston, Cornwall, xiv. 225 
Helt, Charles, xi. 211 
Heluin, Walter de, xxxix. 443 
Helvetii, the, ix. 336 
Helwick Crag, Yorkshire, xxxi. 300 
Helwysse, Sir Gervase, see Hellwysse 
Helye, Gaufrid, xlv. 453 
Helyng stones for roofs, xlvi. 203, 204 
Hembury, Devonshire, church of, xviii. 394 
Hemel Hempstead, Hertfordshire, coins found 
at, xxxiv. 397 

Roman remains found at, xxvii. 434 
Hemenhale, Sir Robert, xlvi. 250 
Hemery, Roger de, xl. 429, 449 
Hemingburgh, Walter, iv. 36 
Hemingford, see Hemingburgh 
Hemingway, Dr., xxxiv. 437 

John, xii. 380 



Hemingway, Thomas, xii. 361 

Hemlace, xvi. 7 

Hemlen, William, xli. 358 

Hemming, a Ditmarsh surname, xxxvii. 373 

Hemming, Margaret, xxxii. 445 

Richard, xii. 359 
Hemming's chartulary noticed, i. 142 (a) (ti), 

157 (c) ; vii. 9 

Hump, fines for breaking in houses, xlvi. 3R4, 
386 

Fines for drying in chimneys, 1. 376, 378 

Dykes, at Bottesford, Lincolnshire, 1. 374 

From lake dwellings, xxxviii. 183 
Ilempinall, Norfolk, xxiii. 368 
Hempsted, Gloucestershire, font at, x. 186, 188 
Hcmpsted, East, Berkshire, xix. 9G 
Hemsby, Norfolk, church of, xiv. 40, 43, 46 
Hemskirk, Egbert, picture of the Last Judgment 

by, xxxvi. 386, 388 
Hemwey, Mr., xxxvi. 3S 
Hemyngs, .lone, xxxii. 445 
Hen-on-the-Hoop, an inn sign, xviii. 197 
Hen rents, Hen fines, xii. 3U ; xxxiii. -1'2, 273 ; 

xxxvii. 283, 3ud : xxxix. 2o2 
He name, that is, I.H.S., x. 479 
Hcnaud, Count de, xxxi. 160 
Hcnault, Mons., iv. 126 
Henbane, the herb, xxx. 380 
Henbury, Devonshire, xiv. 279 
Henchman, Humphrey, bishop of London, xxxv. 
79 

Thomas, xlv. 104 
Hende, Thomas de, ix. 153 
Henden, Henry, xviii. 448 
Henderson, Andrew, xxxiii. 143 

John, xiii. 320, 388 

Hendiman, surname of tenant at Rothley, Leices- 
tershire, xlvii. 99 
Hendley, Henry, v. 439 

Walter, xiii. 84 

Hendon, Middlesex, font at, x. 190 
Hendymon, Symon, xv. 102 
Heneage, Sir George, xxviii. 200 

George, xli. 357 

2x 



333 



HEN 



Heneage continued 
Mary, xxviii. 200 
Michael, i. x (a) (A) (<), xvi (a), xvii (4) (c), 

8 (a) (b), 9 (c) 
Sir Thomas, i. v (a) (6) (c); xiii.401; xxviii. 

2S ; xxxiii. 281 ; xxxiv. 149 
Hened, jurisdiction, district, xxxiv. 96 
Hentieltl, Sussex, xlv. 149 
Hengclls, xxv. 47S 
Henjremen, Henxemen, i. 'MS (), 370 (/'), 396 

(.). :{;; (;, 371 (/-), 397 (c) 
Hengham, Ralph, v. 418, 419; xxxiii. 10; xxxvii. 

435 ; xxxviii. 57 
Heiiu'iM, ii. lln. 113; iv. 55, 112; xxxi. 291 

Not Hengist, but Vortigern, the invader of 
Kent, l>y HKXUY CHARLES COOTE, xliv. 
3fi3 

Hengistbury head, Hampshire, v. 237 
Hen:.'" ri. Wall-;, Welsh manuscripts at, xiv. 

_'17 

llenhani, Essex, v. 211 
IlcnliMH.se. John of the. xliii. 223 
llcnlcy. Oxfordshire, iv. 27; viii. Si); xxviii. 

113 
llcnlcy in Ardcn, Warwickshire, xxxii. 445; 

xx\ in. 277 

Henley. John. xxiv. 300 
Hi.xu.y, SA.MIKI., on an inscription on a brick 

from Babylon, xiv. 205 
Walter, xlii. SI 
Hennessy, W. M., xliii. 136 
Henni-borough, Henni castle, Devonshire, xv. 

2U1, 206 

Henniker, Sir John, xi. 266 
HENMKEK-MAJCR, JOHN, LORD HEX.MKER.on Bick- 

nacre pi-iory, Essex, xi. 255 
Henricke, Hans, xxii. 66 
Henrietta Maria, queen, diamond signet of, 

xlrii. 393; 1. 104 
Landing of, xii. 124 
Letters of, xxi. 474 ; xxxii. 25 
Picture of, xlix. 274, 275 
Seal of, v. 280 
Henry, bishop of Winchester, coin of, iv. 137 



Henry I., king of England, xvii. 88, 104 ; xxiv. 

254; xxvi. 357, 461 ; xxxi. 220 
Embalming of, iii. 401 
Played chess with Lewis le Gros, ix. 32 
Said to be first to use a wax seal, i. 338 (a), 

340 (6), 364 (c) 
The supposed tomb of in Reading abbey, 

ROBERT NARES on, xviii. 272 
Henry II., emperor, presented gold tabula to 

Basle cathedral, xxx. 144 

Henry II., king of England, ix. 302 ; xxxvii. 45 
And Becket, 1. 297300, 302 
And his Queen Eleanor, ordered their bodies 
to bo buried in the Temple church, 
London, ix. 129 
Burial of, iii. 392 
Charter of, vi. 116 

To Winchester, xlix. 213, 214 
Charters of, relative to monks of Hamble, 1. 
252 
Confirming pensions to monks of Tyrone, 

1. 252, 259 
To Wells, 1. 315 
Relations of, with the Continent, I. 298, 301, 

302 

Seal of, xxvi. 460 

Tomb of, at Fontevraud, xxxiv. 283 
Henry III., emperor, xxv. 404, 406, 410 
Henry III., king of England, iii. 187; xix. 10; 

xxii. 291 ; xxix. 53, 191 ; xxxii. 267 
Arrangement of chains to let down coffin of, 

xlv. 320 

Charter of, to Winchester, xlix. 214 
Cloth of gold on coffin of, xlv. 319 
Engraving on metal label of tomb of, xlv. 

322 
Examination of his tomb, ARTUCE PENRIIYN 

STANLEY on, xlv. 309 
Founder of Franciscan convent at Bordeaux, 

i. 76 (o) (6), 86 (c) 
Marble bed of tomb of, xlv. 318 
Married in Westminster abbey, xlv. 309 
Monument of, in Westminster abbey, i. 
33 (a) (6), 36 (c) 






HEN 



339 



Henry III. continued 
Tomb of, xlv. 321 
When prince hid in a cow-house at Bai-dney, 

Lincolnshire, viii. 206 

Henry IV., king of England, xiv. 144 ; xxi. 283 
An account of the examination of his tomb 

in Canterbury cathedral, xxvi. 440 
Charter of, to Winchester, xlix. 215 
Collars of, xxxix. 265 

Died in the Jerusalem chamber, xxvi. 434 
His body said to have been thrown into tke 

sea, xxvi. 436 

Letter of defiance to, xvi. 140 
Motto of, " Sovereync," xxxi. 36(5, 367 
Oath taken by at the monasterv of the 

White Friars in Done-aster, xvi. 141, 

143 

Ostrich-feather badge of, xxxi. 365 
Royal treasury of, mazers in the (1399), 1. 

184 

Seal of, xlv. 201 

Henry IV., king of France, xxiv. 294, 297 
Henry V., king of England, xxi. 4S, 284, 285, 

292, 304, 305 ; xxii. 354, 398 ; xlvii. 413 
Alien priories dissolved by, 1. 256 
Burial of, iii. 401 
Chantry of, at Westminster, xlvi. 282 ; xlix. 

256 

Navy of, xi. 155 

Ostrich-feather badge of, xxxi. 366 
Plate belonging to, 1. 132 
Plate in royal treasury of, 1. 186 
Portraits of, ii. 194 ; iii. 189 
Robbery of tomb of, in 1546, xviii. 127 
Saddle of, in Westminster abbey, iv. 121 
Supposed to have been represented in a 

painting of St. George and the Dragon, 

xlix. 248 

Wooden effigy of, xlvi. 280 
Henry VI., king of England, xxviii. 446, 447 ; 

xxxvi. 449 
Armour of, xi. 102 
At his coronation vested as a bishop about 

to say mass, iii. 382 



Henry VI. continued 

Canonization of, xlvii. 364 
Charters of, to Winchester, xlix. 215 
Chooses his place of burial, xlvi. 283 
Entertainment of, at Bury St. Edmund's, 

account of, xv. 65 ; xxiii. 330 
Events of his reign (later years), xlvii. 

266 

Figure of, at Westminster, xlvii. 365, 367 
Image of, said to work miracles, xxv. 451 
Instructions of, to ambassadors to Burgundv, 

xl. 452 

Letter of, to bishop of Bath, xvii. 214 
Movements of, in north of England, xlvii. 

190 

Ostrich-feather badge of, xxxi. 3<>7 
Petition to, from Richard Hunt, xxi. 24 
Petitions to, xvi. 3 

Poem, political, of his reign, xxix. 31S 
Portraits of, xxii. 452 
Prophecy at his birth, xlvi. 2s."> 
Regalia, etc. of, 1. 1S6 
Seal of, xlviii. 190, 191 
Spoon of, xlii. 407 
Wardrobe account of, xxxi. :!>2 
Henry VII., king of England, ii. 2<<; ; xiv. 16k 
165; xxv. 74. 329, 372; xxvii. 159. ICO. 
164, 167, 187, 188, 209; xxxvi. 449 
Armour of, xi. 102 
Assumed the hawthorn as a badge, iii. 

222 

Chapel of, at Westminster, xlix. 257 
Chapel of, at Westminster, notes on the 

imagery of, xlvii. 361 
Charm to kill, xxvii. 174 
Collar on portrait of, xxxix. 267 
Expedition into France (1492), xxvii. 158, 

159 
Figure of, in votive painting of St. George 

and the Dragon, xlix. 243 
Figure of, in Westminster abbey, xlvii. 

376 

Figures in the chapel of, xlvii. 483 
Household accounts of, xii. 85, 86 
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340 



HEN 



Henry VII. continued 

Letter of, concerning abbot of Evesham, 

xv. 396 

Married in Westminster abbey, xlv. 309 
Painting of St. George and the Dragon, 

probably painted by order of, xlix. 

248 

Pass of to Sir Gilbert Talbot, xv. 390 
Portrait of in painting of St. George and the 

Dragon, xlix. 282 
Portraits of, xxii. 450 
Portraits of family of, xlix. 282 
Tomb of. xlvii. 377 

Henry VIII.. kin;,' of England, xiv. 50 ; xvii. 
325 ; xix. 1; xxii. '2 4, 113; xxiii. 351, 
35-2; xxv. 372; xxviii. 101, 102, 110, 114, 
115; xxx. 404, 400; xxxi. 168; xxxv. 
411, 412 

Accounts of money received from the trea- 
surer of the king's chamber, xlvii. 295 
Armour of, xi. 1U1 ; xxii. 100,440; xxxvii. 

4S5 ; xlix. 271, 272. 273 
Book against Luther, question as to its 

authorship, xxiii. 07 
Carving representing, xxxix. 55 
Charters of, to Winchester, xlix. 210 
Clock and watch of, v. 425 ; xxxiii. 91 
Collars of, xxxix. 208 
Covenant for erecting a monument to, xvi. 

80 

Crown plate belonging to, xlviii. 208 
Embarkation at Dover (1520), picture of, 

vi. 179 

Entry into Lincoln (1541), xxiii. 334 
Expedition into France in 1513, letter con- 
cerning, xxvi. 475 
Head on a gem, xlv. 16 
Household accounts of, xii. 80 
Household regulations of, iii. 154 
Indenture between and Sir Gilbert Talbot, 

xvi. 184 
Instructions to John Becket and John 

Wrothe as to their journey into Corn- 

wall, xxii. 20 



Henry VIII. continued 

Interview between and Francis I., papers 

concerning, xxi. 175 
Inventory of pictures of, xxxix. 248 ; xlii. 

248 

Letter of, to Sir William Brereton, xxxiii. 68 
Letter of, to Sir Nicholas Carew, xvi. 181 
Letter of, to the council in Ireland, xxxiii. 

68 

Letter of, to Cardinal Wolsey, xvii. 275 
March of, from Calais to Boulogne, picture 

of, iii. 241 
Margaret, queen of Scotland, sister to, xlvii. 

300 

Natural son of, xxxiv. 151 
Navy of, vi. 201 ; xi. 157 
Painters in his employment, xxxix. 22 
Patron of Holbein, xxxix. 6 
Picture of the family of, xl. 79, 83 
Picture of his meeting with Francis I. near 

Guines, Sir JOSEPH AYLOFFE on, iii. 

185 
Portraits of, iii. 211, 253; xxii. 450; xxxix. 

250 ; xlix. 254, 256 
Portraits of the queens of, xl. 71 
Portrait of, in stained glass, at Westminster, 

xxxix. 249 
Proclamation on his marriage with Anne 

Boleyn, xxv. 119 
Public entry into Tournai in 1513, xxvii. 

257 

Seal of, xxxv. 490 ; xlvii. 200, 201 
Signature of, ix. 252 
Songs and ballads by, WILLIAM CHAPPKLL, 

on, xli. 371 
St. George and the Dragon on gold coins of, 

xlix. 272 
The remonstrance of Anne of Cleves to, xlvii. 

249 

Wardrobe account of, ix. 234 
Henry le Gros, king of Navarre, xv. 92 
Henry, son of Conan, i. 179 (a) (b), 198 (c) 
Henry A she, name of a ship, xi. 156 
Henshawe, John, xii. 384 






HEN-HER 



341 



Henstridge, Somersetshire, church of, belonging 

to Wells cathedral, 1. 356 
Hentland, Herefordshire, xxxii. 61 
Henton, Somersetshire, Carthusian monastery at, 

xiii. 255 

Henty, Edwin, xlii. 74 
Hentzner, Paul, xxxvii. 479 
Henxworth, John de, xxxi. 358 
Henzen, Dr., xlii. 16, 23 

Hepburn, James, earl of Bothwell, account of 
the latter years of, by R. S. EI.I.IS, xxxviii. 
308 

Examination of the remains of, xxxviii. 313 
Seizure of Mary queen of Scots by, xlvii. 242 
Hepham, Hugh de, xvii. 334 
Heraclea, coin of, xvi. 12 
Heraclea and Scupi, Roman road-line between, 

xlix. 94 

Heracles, M. Ulpius, ix. 230 
Heraclides, ii. 242 
Heraclius, patriarch of Jerusalem, vi. 17:2 ; xiv 

235 

Treatise of, date of, xlvi. 93 
Herald, various, i. 353 (a), 355 (l>), 379 (c), 
354 (a), 356 (6), 380 (c), 355 (a), 357 (&), 
381 (c), 356 (a), 358 (6), 382 (c), 357 (a), 
359 (6), 383 (c) 
Antelope pursuivant, xx. 164 
Chandos, xx. 494 
Esperance pursuivant, xx. 131 
Falcon, xx. 73 
Lancaster, xx. 73, 164 

Inscription of, in Tower of London, xiii. 

77 

Leopard, xx. 29 
Northumberland, xx. 131 
Herald's Visitation of Wales, temp. Edward VI., 

documents relating to, xiii. 396 
Heraldry, including arms, banners, badges and 
crests, collars, coronets, livery colours, 
mottoes, objects used heraldically, and 
supporters : 

Archaic myths lingering in, xlvii. 357 
Origin of, vi. 338 



Heraldry continued 
Arms 

Augmentations granted to the queens 
of Henry VIII., v. 234 

Early, xxiv. 268 

Lozenge-shaped shield, used by a man, 
xxi. 222 

Of pretence, escutcheons of, xviii. 188 

On clothing, xx. 102 

On an cfligy, ii. 299 

Quartering, first instance of, by n sub- 
ject, ii. 291) 

Register of, ut (iilling castle, York- 
shire, xlviii. 153 

Roll of, of the thirteenth century, 
WKSTOX !Sm.i:.MAN WAI,K<>I;I> on, 
xxxix. 373 

Two rolls of. of tlii,' reign of King 
Kdward the First, C'IIAIM.KS SI'|.N<TI: 
PKKCKVAI, on, xxxix. 3S9 

Variations in, capricious, v. 1">2 
Arms of 

Abbot, xxxii. 391 

Abbernaun, xxxix. 429 

Abetot, xxxix. 4(i."), llu. 42S 

Ablin, xxxix. 431 

Abrenes, xxxix. 381 

Acliard, xxxix. 416 

Adam ab, xxix. 20 

Agillun, xxxix. 424 

Akerman, xxxviii. 136 

Albemarle, xxxix. 382, 399 

Aldborough, vi. 335 ; xlvii. 185 

Alemande, le, xxxix. 408 

Allin, xxxvii. 1 

Allisander, xxxix. 399 

Aluerne, xxxix. 381 

Aluton, xxxix. 409 

Amauri, xxxix. 417 

Amsterdam, city of, xii. 117 

Ancreni, xxxix. 414 

Ane, xxxix. 404 

Anegos, xxxix. 419 

Aneguoz, xxxix. 400 






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HER 



Heraldry conlin 

Arms of Angenya, xxxix. 386 
Angevin, xxxix. 386 
Anjou, xx. '28 
Annandale, x. 480 
Anstre. xxxix. 412, 429 
Applcby. xxxix. 404 
Arngnn. kin? of, xxxix. 380 
Arehdckin, xxxix. 4-3 
Archer. U 1 , xxxix. 430 
Arderne. xxxix. 4ns, 40! >, 416 
Argcnteine, xxxix. 4ln 
Arras de. xxxix. 414 
Artois. xxxix. .'!> 1 
Arundel, carl of. xxxix. 400 

A-crleS, XXXIX. .'!. x _! 

Askc, xlvii. 1>7 

Asscles, xxxix. 4i Hi 

Athol. xxxix. :>s2. 4no 

Aiilicni. xxxix. I'll. lit',. 439; xliii. 71 

Aucher. xxxix. II I 

Audclev. x xxix. 4' i'J 

Aucncliuri. xxxix. 41n 

Aust na. xxxix. 3 .SI 

Avcrton. xl. 4ti"> 

A vcvvort h. xlni. l>7 

Badclcsiiierc. xxxix. 41t. 433 

Bagod. xxxix. 4ns 

Bniggingedene, xxxix. 438 

H:ikc|>us. xxxix. 412. 42S, 43!) 

Buliol. vi. :!:>."> ; i.x. r>(j ; xxxix. 385, 
4"1, 4<i4.407. 4^3. 4i].", 431 

Hallanl. 1. 1.11. K.li 

lia.dolf, x. "3 ; xxxix. 385, 4-_'.". 

linrnani. xxxix. 3S4 

liurras, xxxix. 399 

Ham-, xxxix. 381, 408 

Jlaskcrvilc. xxxix. 403, 408, 419 

Hnsoches, xxxix. 387 

liiisseger, xxxix. 387 

Basset, xxxix. 385, 401, 402, 403, 407, 
410, 422, 432, 433, 436 

Hassingbnrne, xxxix. 385, 401, 404 

Bathe, xxxix. 433 



Heraldy continued 

Arms of Battle abbey, xxii. 414 
Bangay, xxxix. 387, 409 
Baunstersein, xxxix. 387 
Bavaria, xxxix. 383 
Beanchamp, xxi. 199, 200; xxxix. 184, 

399, 405, 408, 419, 420, 430; 1. 

141 
Beaufort, i. 357 (a), 359(6), 384 (c) ; 

xxxi. 179; xlviii. 158, 161, 162 
Beaumont, v. 339 
Beck, xxxix. 414 
Beges, xxxix. 404 
Belcliamp, xxxix. 385, 386 
Bcleigne, xxxix. 383 
Bclhuse, xxxix. 435 
Bellcrve, vi. 335 
Benstcd, xl. 4(!5 
BCIT, do In, xxxix. 434 
Berkeley, xxxix. 412, 414, 425, 42G 
Bemcrs, xxxix. 385, 415 
Bertram, xxxix. 3S7, 402, 430 
liesile, xxxix. 41(5 

Blunt, xii. 193 ; xxxix. 410, 432, 437 
Boges, xxxix. 409 
Bohemia, Anne of, queen of Richard II., 

xxix. 4S, 53 
Bohemia, king of, xxix. 50 ; xxxix. 

380 
Bohun, xxi. 19G; xxxix. 420,421, 422, 

438 

Bois, xxxix. 385, 402, 414, 425, 426 
Boivile, xxxix. 434 
Bond, xxxix. 414, 437 
Bordeaux, city of, i. 78 (o) (6), 88 (c) 
Borders, xxxix. 433 
Bordesley, vi. 335 
Bordon, xxxix. 409 
Borley, xxxix. 425 
Boree, xxxix. 426 
Boteler, xxxix. 406, 417, 423, 440 
Boterel, xxxix. 404 
Boterus, xxxix. 403, 430 
Botetourt, xxi. 215 



HER 



313 



Heraldry continued 

Arms of Bouchain, town of, xxxii. 71 
Boulers, xxxix. 407, 433 
Boulogne, town of, xxxix. 382 
Bourchier, ix. 40 
Bourt, xxxix. 415 
Boutvilain, xxxix. 408, 431 
Bovile, xxxix. 423 
Boyticurt, xxxix. 414, 428 
Boyvile, xxxix. 386 
Bozun, xxxix. 405 
Brabant, xxi. 223 ; xxxix. 383 
Bracebridge, xxxix. 438 
Braci, xxxix. 409, 429 
Bradeley, xxxix. 428 
Braibef, xxxix. 435 
Brampton, xxxix. 413 
Brantine, xxxix. 409 
Bray, xxx. 507 
Brechin, xxxix. 384 
Brercton, xxxiii. 50, (53 
Bretone, xxxix. 407 
Breus, xxxix. 401, 406, 414 
Brewase, xxxix. 420 
Bricnson, xxxix. 410 
Brintone, xxxix. 409 
Brittany, xxxix. 381 
Brius, xxxix. 423 
Broc, xxxix. 436 
Brokeholc, xxxix. 430 
Brome, xxxix. 436 
Brompton bridge, hospital of St. Giles 

at, xlvii. 185 
Bromtone, xxxix. 438 
Brontone, xxxix. 407 
Browne, xxxix. 26 
Brace, iv. 177, 178 ; x. 198 ; xxxix. 386, 

402, 421, 434 
Bruges, xxxix. 429 
Bruges, Louis de, earl of Winchester, 

xxvi. 269 
Bruili, xxxix. 439 
Brat, xxxix. 438 
Brutnn, xxxix. 421 



Heraldry continued 

Arms of Bryan, xxx. 50 ; xxxix. 423 
Bnnbury, xxiv. 283 
Euro, xxxix. 416 
Burgh, xxxix. 386 
Burgoine, xxxix. 383 
Burhulle, xxxix. 434, 440 
Burnell, xxxix. 415, 416, 431 
Buterley, xxxix. 416 
Button, xxii. 438 
Caili, xxxix. 430 
Camoys, xxxix. 385, 400 
Campaini, xxxix. 413 
Camvile, xxxix. 439 
Cantilupe, xxi. 212 
Caution, xxxix. 4<il 
Capel, xxxix. 415, 425 
Caradoc Vrcichfras, xxxviii. Hi 
Carlisle abbey, v. 343 
Cm-rick, earl of, ix. 52 
Castellan, xxx. 5:; ( . 
Catesby, xxviii. 460 
Cavendish, xi. 57, 58, 61 
('a vie, xxxix. 415 
Cecil, xii. 193 
Cernc, xxxix. 438 
Cerouen, xxxix. 414 
Chalun, xxxix. 3S2 
Chaluns, xxxix. 409 
Chambernun, xxxix. 423 
Champagne, xxxix. 382, 403 
Chandos, xx. 485; xxxix. 424 
Chani, xxxix. 420 
Cliarneles, xxxix. 438, 440 
Chaseus, xxxix. 408 
Chaunseus, xxxix. 408 
Chaurs, xxxix. 401, 409, 416, 420 
Chauvigny, xxxix. 387, 399 
Chawell, x. 194 

Chaworth, xvi. 345; xxxix. 421 
Cheney, xxxix. 410 
Chester, xxxix. 382 
Cheverouse, xxxix. 386 
Chraiheth, xxxix. 413 



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HER 



Heraldry continued 

Arms of Clare, xiv. 147 ; xsx. 552 ; xxxix. 

384,401 

Clarendon, xxxi. 356 
Cleve, xxxix. 383 
Cliffc, xxxix. 399 
Clifford, xxxix. 386, 401, 402, 410, 419, 

425, 426 

Clifton, xxxix. 413 
Clinton, xxxviii. 27- ; xxxix. 422, 423, 

439 

Cliuedoner, xxxix. 413 
Clivedone, xxxix. 413, 430 
('nut, xii. 145 
Colibeham. xxxix. 4n3, 4u! 
Coderugge, xxxix. 415 
Coke. xii. l'.i:i ; xxix. 4! 
Cokefelil, xxxi. 4S5 ; xxxix. 4U3, 411 
Cnksi-v, xxxix. 4:11* 
Ci>lrpe]>er. xiii. 142 
Coil-stein, xxxix. 3S3 
Colc-vili-. xxxix. 4ol, 407, 40S, 428 
Cole worth, xxxix. 421 
Columlicrs, xxxix. 400 
Compton, xliii. (>2. (i(i. <>7 
Coinyn, xxxix. 3s4, 402, 421 
Conovili-, xxxix. 440 
Constable', vi. 355 

Constantinople, emperor of, xxxix. 380 
Conyers, xlviii. 102 
Corbet, xxxix. 4Ul, 411, 415 
Cornewaile, xxxix. 409 
Cornwall, earl of, xxxix. 384, 399 
Corowen, xxxix. 432 
Cosynton, xxxi. 118 
Cotes, 1. 137, 174 
Cotun, xxxix. 411 
Coucy, xxxix. 387, 426 
Courtenay, xlviii. 162 
Covdray, xxxix. 411 
Cranford, xxviii. 460 
Crepin, xxxix. 386 
Creppingges, xxxix. 426 
Cresecques, xxxix. 387 



Heraldry continued 

Arms of Cresignes, xxxix. 387 
Cressy, xvi. 345 ; xxxix. 437 
Crestoc, xxxix. 422 
Cretingges, xxxix. 404 
Crcvecuer, xxxix. 415 
Creye, xxxix. 421 
Crok, xxxix. 436 
Crombe, xxxix. 405, 437 
Cromwell, xxxviii. 80 ; xxxix. 421 
Croupes, xxxix. 417, 439 
Croy, xlvii. 264 
Cunningham, x. 478 
Curtenes, xxxix. 421 
Curwen, xxix. 373 
Dacre, xxxix. 403, 431 
Dakeny, xxxix. 416, 422 
Daniel, xxxix. 437 
Darcy, xxxix. 402, 434 
Darnley, i. 358 (a), 3GO (6), 385 (c) 
Daunce, xlvii. 296, 297 
Diiuntre, xv. 303 
Denacurt, xxxix. 425 
Denmark, i. 358 (a), 360 (b), 385 (r) ; 

xxxix. 380 

Derby, town of, x. 17 
Dering, xxv. 613 ; xxxix. 432 
Dcrncford, xxxix. 409, 415 
Despencer, xiv. 144; xxxix. 424 
Devereux, xxxix. 415 
Deyncourt, xxxix. 406, 407 
Deyvile, xxxix. 419 
Digby, xxix. 49 
Dinannt, xxxix. 422 
Dinawesbran, xxxix. 404 
Dointon, xxxix. 417 
Dormer, xxxix. 437 
Dreux, xxxix. 381 

Drummond, i. 357 (a), 359 (b), 384 (c) 
Dubois, xxxix. 406 
Dureuaspal, xxxix. 405 
Dureuassall, xxxix. 426 
Eau, xxxix. 381 
Echingham, xxxix. 403; xiv. 431 






HER 



345 



Heraldry continued 

Arms of Echingham, xxxix. 403; xlv. 431 
Edric, iii. 4 
Eileford, xxxix. 407 
Einegrove, xxxix. 437 
Ekont, xxxix. 431 
Ely, xxx. 508 
Emerugge, xxxix. 409 
Emperor, the, xxxix. 380 
England, i. 76 (a) (fc), 86 (c), 78 (a) (b), 

88 (c); xxxix. 380 
Erdern, xxxix. 410 
Ermeny, king of, xxxix. 380 
Ersedekene, xxxix. 408 
Erskine, xii. 193 
Ertingdene, xxxix. 420 
Escales, xxxix. 433 
Estcote, xxxix. 405, 433 
Estengreve, xxxix. 424 
Estherdintone, xxxix 411 
Estleie, xxxix. 427 
Estoke, xxxix. 429 
Estone, xxxix. 404, 409, 432, 433 
Estoteville, xxxix. 384 
Estotot, xxxix. 411 
Esturmy, iii. 26 
Etlingges, xxxix. 411 
Euer, Eueres, xxxix. 413, 415, 438 
Euereus, xxxix. 419 
Euereux, xxxix. 402 
Everingham, xxxix. 438 
Everley, xxxix. 413 
Eyuile, xxxix. 401 
Fanecurt, xxxix. 416, 430. 
Fanconberg, xxi. 214 ; xxxix. 385, 405, 423 
Ferrers, ii. 277; iii. 7, 51; v. 212; xxxix. 

400, 420 

Filel, xxxix. 414, 439 
Finches, earls of Nottingham and Win- 

chelsea, xlviii. 357 
Fisshman, xxxix. 414, 436 
FitzAlan, x. 293; xxi. 212 ; xxxix. 424 
FitzBarnard, xxxix. 429 
FitzColoin, xxxix. 415 



Heraldry continued 

Arms of FitzDuncan, iii. 27 

FitzGerald, xxxix. 387 

FitzHamon, xiv. 147 

FitzHenry, xxxix. 421, 425 

Fitzho.stes, xxxix. 422 

FitzHugh, v. 233*; xxxvi. 214 

FitzJohn, xxxix. 384, 401 

FitzMaheu, xxxix. 412 

FitzMarmadni 1 , xxxix. 414 

FitzXiehol, xxxix. 384 

FitzXigel of Borstal, iii. 15 

FitzPiers, xxxix. 419 

Fit/.Kaf, xxxix. 411, 428 

FitzRogc-r, xxxix. 402. 429 

FitzSimon, xxxix. 425, 433 

FitzWiilUT, v. 212; x. 293; xxxix. 419 

Fit/. \Varine, xxxix. 386, 400, 41.1, 42<>. 
4-26 

FitzWilliam, vi. 335; xvi. 345; xxxix. 
4u7, 42S 

Flanders, xxxix. 381 

Fok'gamlx 1 , xx.xix. 437 

Foliot. xxxix. 4ul, 420. 425 

Forest, xxxix. 3sl 

Forneux, xxxvi. 214 

Fortibus, vi. 335 

Fossard, xxxi. 241 

Fosseux, xl. 465 

France, i. 358 (a), 360 (b), 385 (<); ii. 
299; xxxix. 380 

Limited to three fleur-de-lys. iii. '> 
On gold nobles, xlvii. 138, Liu 
Quartered with England, i. 76 (</) 
(b), 86 (c) 

Frecie, xxxix. 434 

Frene, xxxix. 434 

Frcre, xxxix. 404 

Frevile, xxxix. 386, 404, 412, 426, 437 

Friburc, xxxix. 383 

Fukeram, xxxix. 438 

Fuller, xi. 57 

Furnivall, xxxix. 384, 425; xlvii. 185 

Gammage, xxxix. 410, 415, 438 

2v 



346 



HER 



Heraldry continued 

Arms of Garnegan, xxxvi. 214 
Gassclin, xxxix. 411 
Gathel, xxxix. 415 
Gaunt, xxxix. 385 
Gei, xxxix. 430 
Genevile, xxxix. 386, 402 
George, Saint, xvi. 25, 124 
Germany, king of, xxxix. 380 
Gey, xxxix. 41."> 
Gilihs, xlviii. 354 
Giffarcl, xiii. 74; xxxix. 38G, 400, 405, 

4i 7. kis. 431., 435 
Gise, xxxix. 40S, 440 
Gi.sicll, xxxix. 3S4 
(iloiK-cstcr, xxx. 5ll" 
Gloucester, earl of, xxxix. 399 
Godemontone, xxxix. 404 
( lolborne, x \xiii. 57 
( ionioit. xxxix. 41 1 
Gorges, xxxix. 40(5 
Gouuis, xxxix. 421 
Gralioni, xxxix. 413 
Graicurt, .xxxix. 411 
Grate, xxxix. 413 
Graunccster, vi. 335 
Orauncurt, xxxix. 430 
Gramisnn, xxxix. 41(3 
Grauntprc, xxxix. 3S1 
Green, v. 233* 

Green, of Green's Xorton, xxxvi. 214 
Greleie, xxxi.x. 419 
Greiulone, xxxix. 403 
Gl-cseley, xxxix. 412 
Crete, xxxix. 413, 424 
Grcvile, xxxix. 415 
Grey, xxi. 207; xxxix. 406, 409, 419, 

420, 422 

Greystock, iii. 28 ; xxi. 219 ; xxxix. 422 
Grierson, x. 478, 480 
Griffin, xlviii. 356 
Griffit, xxxix. 400 
Griffith, xxxix. 381, 404, 420 
Grimston, xl. 455, 459 



Heraldry continued 

Arms of Gueldres, i. 358 (a), 360 (6), 385 (<) 
Guerd, xxxix. 382 
Gnisnes, xxxix. 381 
Guise, i. 358 (a), 360 (6), 385 (c) 
Gurdun, xxxix. 414 
Gnrney, xxxix. 384, 422 
Guytone, xxxix. 410 
Habervile, xxxix. 412 
Hadrcsham, xxx. 511 
Hainault, xxxi. 353, 354 ; xxxix. 382 
Hakerus, xxxix. 412, 428 
Haket, xxxix. 403 
Hallum, xxxii. 395 
Halukton, xxxix. 409, 434 
Hamnvile, xxxix. 435 
Hancett, xxxix. 40(5, 432 
Hansard, xxxix. 384, 402 
Harcla, x. 246 

Harcourt, xxxix. 387, 401, 420 
Hardreshull, xiii. 142 
Harrington, xxiii. 29; xxxix. 437 
Hastings, x. 194; xv. 178; xxi. 205, 217, 

218; xxxix. 402, 408, 424 
Hautcyn, xxxix. 406, 432 
Hautot, xxxix. 411, 432 
Haveringges, xxxix. 431, 440 
Haverington, xxxix. 432 
Haversham, xxxix. 432 
Hawkins, xxxiii. 205, 206 
Hay, xxxix. 385, 425 
Heggios, xxxix. 429 
Helina, xxxix. 408 
Henry VII., i. 358 (a), 360 (6), 385 (c); 

xii. 415 

Henry VIII., iii. 203; xlvii. 471, 489 
Hercy, xxxix. 424 
Herdintone, xxxix. 412 
Hereford, xxxix. 407, 411, 438 
Hereford, earl of, xxxix. 384, 399 
Heron, xxxix. 412, 414, 432 
Hersham, xxxix. 404, 432 
Herswelle, xxxix. 404, 432 
Herunville, xxxix. 412 



HER 



347 



Heraldry continued 

Arms of Hese, xxxix. 413, 416 
Heselington, xxxix. 387 
Heyford, xxxii. 391 
Hilton, xxxix. 417 
Hinckaert, 1. 73 
Hoby, xxxvii. 97 
Hodenet, xxxix. 403 
Hoderugo, xxxix. 415 
Hodestonc, xxxix. 432 
Hoggcshawe, xxxix. 424 
Holebroc, xxxix. 403, 430 
Hond, xxxix. 404, 437 
Hondcsliaere, xxxix. 416 
Hoo, xxxix. 403 
Hoptone, xxxix. 409 
Horcie, xxxix. 424 
Hornebaud, xxxix. 29 
Hospitallers, order of, xxxix. 381 
Hoter, xxxix. 410 
Hoteringesdenc, xxxix. 417 
Houile, xxxix. 407 
Houn, xxxix. 408 
Hovel, xxxix. 401 
Howard, iv. 186 ; xii. 193 ; xxxix. 

414 

Huband, xxxix. 440 
Huddleston, vi. 335 
Hudehovile, xxxix. 435 
Hugeford, xxxix. 406 
Hulle, xxxix. 408 
Hume, xii. 193 
Hungary, king of, xxxix. 380 
Huntercombe, xxxix. 434, 438 
Huntingfeld, xxxix. 421 
Hurstal, xxxix. 413 
Hussey, xxxix. 386 
Hyndelippe, xxxix. 405 
Inglos, xl. 465 
Ingulesthorpe, xxxix. 412 
Innpere, xxxix. 408 
Insula, vi. 335 

Irish native families, xlviii. 357 
Jairdens, x. 480 



Heraldry continued 

Arms of James I. of Scotland, i. 357 (a), 

359 (6), 384 (r) 
James III. of Scotland, i. 358 (o), 360 

(b), 385 (c) 
James IV. of Scotland, i. 358 (a), 360 

(I), 385 (c) 
James V. of Scotland, i. 358 (a), 360 (b), 

385 (c) 

Jestin, Gurgant ap, xxxviii. 80 
Jestunie, xxxix. 401 
Jolmstonc, x. 48U 
Joignv, xxxix. 3s2 
Joir, xxxix. 4<>1, 420 
Julius 111., pope. i. 132 () (I,). 1 HI (c) 
Katherinc, St.. xvi. 25 
Kekyteinore. xxxix. 405 
Kenett, xxxix. 4i>2 
Ki'iiey, xxxix. 437 
Kennion. xxxix. Ilii 
Kent, carl of. xxxix. 4ni i 
Kenvvig, Sins, xxxviii. MJ 
Kerdc'ston, xxxix. 3S5 
Kerdiff, xxxix. 4us. 422 
Kiburc, xxxix. 3S3 
Kigeho, xxxix. 4'_'!> 
Kinie, xxxix. 430 
Kinardsleie, xxxix. 427 
Kirketonc, xxxix. 439 
Kirkham, xxxix. 404 
Kii-khaugh, x. 480 
Kirkpatrick, x. 478, 480 
Knovill, xxi. 218; xxxix. 403. 440 
Kocfield, xxxix. 435 
Kockerell, xxxix. 412, 434 
Kokcsalton, xxxix. 414 
Kokesey, xxxix. 409 
Kokinton, xxxix. 413 
Lacy, xxxix. 428 
Lamburn, xxxix. 404 
Lancaster, xxxix. 400, 427 
Langelci, xxxix. 436 
Lannoy, xxi. 309 
Lascelles, xlvii. 188 

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348 



HER 



H eraldry contin ued 

Arms of Latham, \ \ \i\. 432 
Latimer, xxxix. 423, 440 
Lawson, xlvii. 203 
Lee, xxxix. 435 
Leicester, earl of, xxxix. 400 
LeonsU'ine. xxxix. 382 
Lestrange, xxv. 413 
Lcvaat, xxxix. 425 
Levermorc, xxi. 546 
Lewknor, xlv. 454 
Leyburne. xxxix. 384, 420, 434 
Leyer, xxxix. 401 
Lillehon. xxxix. 41(3 
Limesi, xxxix. 4U9 
Lincoln, carl of, xxxix. 399 
Lincoln, see of, xxvi. 439 
Lindrc, xxxix. 425 
Liiulsey. xxix. 49; xxxix. 417, 424 
Lingeyne, xxxix. 41(5 
Liseniaii, xxxix. 399 
Lisle, vi. .",35 ; xxxix. 384, 418, 419 
Lisley, xxxix. 421 

Lism-fs, i. 177 (n) (/>), 19G (e) ; iii. 1C 
Lithuania, xxxiii. 22 
Liverpool, xxi. 543 
Lotlbrok, xxviii. 4(50 
Lokintone, xxxix. 437 
London, the Clockmakers' company of, 
xxxiii. 98 
The Fishmongers' company of, xxx. 

50G 

Grays Inn. xlviii. 357 
The Ironmongers' company of, 1. 

161 
The Stock-fish Mongers' company 

of, xxx. 506 

The Temple, xxxix. 381 
The Inner Temple, ix. 127, 132 
The Middle Temple, ix. 127, 134 
Longspee, xxxix. 384 
Lorraine, xxxix. 383 
Loterel, tee Lntterell 
Loueine, xxxix. 417 
Lonetoft, xxxix. 405 



Heraldry continued 

Arms of Lovedai, xxxix. 433 

Level, xxi. 217 ; xxxix. 403, 417 

Lowbroke, xxxix. 440 

Lucy, xxxix. 385, 401, 410, 421 

Ludbroke, xxxix. 440 

Luneburg, xxxix. 383 

Lmtterell, ix. 146 ; xxxix. 439 

Luxemburg, xxxix. 383 

Mabelthorpe, xxxvi. 214 

MacMahon, xxix. 49 

MacXeath, x. 480 

Mailott, xxxix. 431 

Malduish, xxxix. 385 

Malemeins, xxxix. 404 

Malct, xxxix. 437 

Maleuerer, xxxix. 408 

Malolacu, see Mauley 

Maltone, xxxix. 411 

Mamcestre, xxxix. 433 

Man, king of, xxxix. 380 

Mandeville, xxi. 197 

Manors, xxxix. 414, 338 

Manford, xxxix. 385 

Mar, see Marr 

March, xxxix. 383 

Mare, xxxix. 409, 437 

MareschaJ, xxxix. 400, 439 

Marines, xxxix. 417 

Marmion, v. 233*; xxxvi. 214; xxxix. 

386, 401, 420; xlvii. 184, 185 
Marr, xxxix. 382, 438 
Marshall, xxi. 214 
Martell, xxxix. 385, 407 
Martin, xxxix. 426 

Mary, the Blessed Virgin, xvi. 25, 124 
Mary, queen of Scots, i. 358 (a), 360 (6), 

385 (c) 

.Mam lut, xxxix. 421 
Mauley, xxi. 209 ; xxxi. 241, 247 ; xxxix. 

421, 437 

Maundevile, xxxix. 421 
Mauntel, xxxii. 391 
Maurus, xxxix. 426 
Mantravers, xxxix. 408, 409 



HER 



349 



Heraldry continued 

Arms of Maxwell, x. 480 
Meaux, xlviii. 356 
Melese, xxxix. 401 
Menclerk, xxxix. 386 
Menill, xxxix. 423 
Menne, xxxix. 411 
Merc, xxxix. 416, 427, 431 
Meredith, xxxviii. 80 ; xxxix. 424 
Mergines, xxxix. 387 
Merke, xxxix. 385 
Mervin, xxxix. 440 
Mesi, xxxix. 415 
Messouz, xxxix. 381 
Meuric, xxxix. 424 
Miland, xxxix. 386 
Milton abbey, xlviii. 348 
Moffat, x. 480 
Mohun, xxxix. 423 
Moine, xxxix. 404, 438 
Molecastre, xxxix. 437 
Moles, xxxix. 421 
Moltone, xxxix. 405 
Monemu, xxxix. 416 
Monhaut, Monhault, iv. 186 ; xxxix. 406, 

412, 422 

Monioye, xxxix. 382 
Monmouth, xxxix. 385 
Monsyrolle, xxxix. 387 
Montacute, xxi. 216; xlviii. 356 
Montagu, xxxi. 469 ; xlvii. 193 
Montchensy, xxxix. 385 
Monte, xxxix. 383 
Montford, xxxix. 387, 400 
Monthermer, xiv. 149 ; xxxix. 401 
Montgomery, xxxix. 403, 416 
Montmorency, xxxix. 386 
Montoni, xxxix. 406 
More, of Loseley, xxxvi. 310 
More, de la, xxxix. 385, 407, 427 
Morerea, xxxix. 408 
Mortimer, xxxix. 385, 386, 400, 402, 403, 

404, 413, 414, 419, 420 
Moun, xxxix. 438 



Heraldry continued 

Arms of Mounford, xxxix. 399, 407 
Movhaut, xxxix. 406 
Mowbray, xxix. 387 ; xxxi. 364; xxxix. 

384, 400, 427 
Muddleton, xxxix. 412 
Munchesney, xxxix. 400, 407, 410, 427, 

433 

Mnncy, xxi. 219 
Munford, xxxix. 422 
Munscus, xxxix. 409, 437 
Munteni, xxxix. 439 
Murdac, xxxix. 431 
Murray, x. 480 
Musart, xxxix. 412 
Musdel, xxxix. 409 
Musoin, xxxix. 383 
Mussy, x.xxix. .'!>:> 
Narburgh, xxxix. 405 
Navarre, king of, xxxix. 38U 
Neiuile, sec Xevil 
Nelsun, xxxix. 417 
Nereford, xxxix. 414 
Nurvile, xxxix. 410, 426 
Neufunentone, xxxix. 408 
Nevil, viii. 451 ; xxxix. 384, 41!, 1:M, 

42G, 4-27. 435 
Ncwburgh, xxi. 200 
Newmarche, xxxix. 422 
Norway, king of, xxxix. 380 
Noyelle, xl. 465 
Obehall, xxxix. 438 
Obzeton, xxxix. 417 
Oddingcslesse, xxxix. 417 
Oddingsells, xxxviii. 272 ; xxxix. 386, 

401, 439 

Oetingen, xxxix. 383 
Offingtone, xxxix. 424 
Offord, xxxix. 402, 437 
Offringtone, xxxix. 413, 424 
Okinton, xxxix. 417, 438 
Oldhalle, xxxvii. 336 
Opshall, xxxix. 417 
Orebebi, xxxix. 411 






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HER 



Heraldry cont inued 

Arms of Orkablin, xxxix. 417 
Oxford, earl of, xxxix. 399 
Paifrere, xxxix. 409 
Painel, xxi. 222 ; xxxix. 408, 415, 424 
Papal, xlvii. 197 
Parcher, xxxix. 42."> 
Pan-, v. 233*; xxxvi. 214 
Parr, queen Kntherine, v. 234 
Pnston, xxix. 49 
Pateshulle, xxxix. 403 
Patrick, xxxix. 3S2, 402 
Pauncefot, xxxix. 403, 40G 
I'aveley, xxxix. 3S<>, 434 
Pavt'iir. xxxi.x. 402 
Payton. x. 1HS 
Perhe, xxxix. 3Sl>, 409 
Pedworden, .xxxix. 414 
Pembridffe. vi. 35.S 
Pembroke, xxxix. 3S4. 400 
lYmbmpgv, xxxix. 410, 425 
Peneestre. xxxix. 424 
Pcnedokc, xxxix. 431 
Penn. xlvii. 8."> 
1'erc-v, vi. 33S, 341; xxi. 223; xxxix. 

406. 413, 421 
lYrpuml. xxxix. 403 
IVrtevin, xxxix. 416 
Pessun, xxxix. 40 7 
Pet die, xxxix. 438 
1'everell, xiii. 74; xxxix. 439 
Pidiard, xxxix. 423 
Piehford. xxxix. 411, 412, 43G 
Picot, xx.xix. 417 
Pigot, xxxix. 384 
Piknrd, xxxix. 405 
Pin, xxxix. 403 
Pinkeni, xxxix. 411 
Piritone, xxxix. 405 
Piror, xxxix. 415 
Plantagonet, iii. 6 
Plantagenet, Edward, xxxi. 386 

Geoffrey, xix. 188 

Hameline, xxi. 19G 



Heraldry continued 

Arms of Plantagenet, Richard, i. 76 (a) (6), 

86 (c) 

Plescy, xxxix. 385 
Plessis, xxxix. 428 
Ploker.ett, xxxix. 422 
Plampton, vi. 338 
Podington, xxx. 507 
Poitiers, xxxix. 381 
Poland, xxxiii. 22 ; xxxix. 383 
Pole, de la, xxix. 320 
Poltimore, xxxix. 410 
Ponchardon, xxxix. 413 
Pophum, xii. 193 
Porcel, xxxix. 413 
Fordone, xxxix. 428 
Porte, xxx. 511 
Portugal, v. 152; xxxix. 380 
Pow island, xxix. 413 
Poze, xxxix. 414, 423 
Prayers, xxix. 405, 406 
Proby, xxix. 49 
Pry me, de la, xl. 230 
Pulle, de la, xxxix. 417 
Pypard, xxxix. 405 
Quiney, v. 212 ; ix. 54 
Kuinborowo, xlvi. 10 
Rakelword. xxxix. 407, 427 
Haley, xxxix. 407, 431 
Ratell, xxxix. 436 
Reading abbey, v. 339 
Rodham, xxxix. 412 
Redman, vi. 335 ; xvi. 345 
Redvers, xlviii. 357 
Res, ap, xxxix. 439 
Restell, xxxix. 382 
Reveshale, xxxix. 414, 426 
Revett, x. 199 
Ribeford, xxxix. 415 
Richard II., xxxix. 32 ; xlix. 250 
Richemund, xxxix. 431 
Rie, xxxix. 414 
Rige, xxxix. 382 
Riveres, xxxix. 412, 424 





Heraldry continued 



HER 

Heraldry continued 



351 



Arms of Bocel, xxxix. 410 
Roceline, xxxix. 423 
Rochford, xxxix. 385 
Rochstet, town of, ix. 34 
Rokele, xxxix. 440 
Roleie, xxxix. 431 
Rookwood, xi. 406 ; xxiv. 240, 283 
Roos, Ros, vi. 336 ; xxxix. 384, 423, 429 
Roos, Ros, of Kendnl, v. 233*; xxxvi. 

214 

Roseles, xxxix. 440 
Roussy, xxxix. 381 
Rummesvile, xxxix. 382 
Rus, le, xxxix. 407, 413 
Rydon, xxx. 510 
Rythe, xxxix. 414 
Ryther, vi. 335 
Saint Aldegundc, xxx. 538 
Saint Amand, xxxix. 405 
Saint Aubin, xxxix. 437 
Saint Cheron, xl. 4(35 
Saint Helene, xxxix. 412 
Saint John, xxxix. 38(3, 401, 439 
Saint Julien, xl. 465 
Saint Leger, xxxix. 41(3 
Saint Marc, xxxix. 387 
Saint Marclay, xxxix. 428 
Saint Marcyl, xxxix. 410 
Saint Martin, xxxix. 411, 417, 426, 431 
Saint Maure, xxxix. 407, 408 
Saint Omer, xxxix. 422 
Saint Owen, xxxix. 403, 427 
Saint Paul, xxxix. 381 
Saint Quintin, xxxvi. 214; xxxix. 413 
Saint Valeri, xxxix. 413 
Saint Yve, xxxix. 411 
Salisbury, earl of, xxxix. 399 
Saltemarsh, xlvii. 199 
Samsun, xxxix. 436 
San Cerlis, xxxix. 415 
Sanford, xxxix. 385 
Sapi, xxxix. 406 
Sarcilun, xxxix. 417 



Arms of Sarnesfeld, xxxix. 427 
Saunford, xxxix. 403 
Saunsaver, xxxix. 416, 425 
Sautemaruis, xxxix. 428 
Savoy, xviii. 187 , 
Say, xxxviii. 272, 273; xxxix. 419 
Scales, i. 76 (a) (b), HO (c) ; x. 293 
Schirlond, xxxix. 410 
Scolpholme, xli. 337 
Scotland, king of, xxxix. 380 
Serope, xvi. 342, 345 
Segni, xxxix. 384 
Segrave, xxi. 211 ; xxxix. 385, 402 
Scingeine, xxxix. 385 
Seinper, xxxix. 4o2 
Senessclial, xxxix. 437 
Sewynton, xxx. 510 
iSryniour, xxx. 4~U ; xxxix. 43U 
Sherley, xxxix. 410 
Shirebrok, xxxix. -\'2\- 
Sicily, kinir of, xxxix. 380 
Silvester, iii. 4 
Sinclair, xxxix. 416, 420 
Soissons, xxxix. 381 
SoleTii, xxxix. 417 
Solers, xxxix. 422, 434 
Somercy, xxxix. 400 
Somerset, xii. 193 
Somery, xxxix. 385, 407, 424 
Sor, le, xxxix. 429 
Soucho, xxxix. 400, 408, 429 
Spain, king of, xxxix. 380 
Spencer, x. 293 
Springhosc, xxxix. 408 
Stafford, x. 194; xxxviii. 272, 273; 

xxxix. 415, 419 
Stanhowe, xxxix. 433, 434 
Stanley, xiviii. 357 
Statham, xvi. 345 
Staundone, xxxix. 417, 424, 434 
Stauntone, xxxix. 433 
Staveley, xxxvi. 214 
Stepeltone, xxxix. 438 



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HER 



Heraldry continued 

Arms of Stepliewe, xxxix. 414 
Stewart, iv. 177, 183 
Stodham, \ \ \i\. 437 
Stokport. xxxix. 402 
Stone, xxxix. 405 
Stopliam, xlv. 432 
Stotevile, xxxix. 424 
Strange 1 , of Knockyn, xxi. 215 
Strnngt-. h>, xxxix. 401, 42:5, 424, 425 
Strickland, vi. 335 
Sturmin. xxxix. 440 
Suk-y, xxxix. 420 
Stini'li, xxxix. 43(5 
Surrey, x. 2!3 

Sutton. vi. :>:!:, ; xxxix. 345, 402 
Swilling,, ii, vii. 3i',2, 3(>7 ; xlviii. 350 
SylTrewast, xxxix. 415 
Sywiird, xxx. 5U. V > ; xxxix. 425 
Tulhot. xxi. 215 ; xxxix. 387, 416, 439 
Tangno. xxxviii. 80 
TaU'sliiille, xxxix. 3S6, 40(1 
Teyl, xxi. 218 
Thainc, xxxix. 423 
Thiilebott, xxxix. 431 
Thalcmachc, xxxix. 417 
Thani. xxxix. 420 
Tliii-rstcin, xxxix. 383 
Thoni'y, xxxix. 402 
Thornhill, xl. 4G5 
Th \veng, vi. 335; xxxix. 38G 
Tibetot, xxxix. 402 
Tirol, xxxix. 40G 
Tircntone, xxxix. 403 
Toilenlmm, xxxix. 338 
Torthorwald, x. 480 ; xi. 107 
Fotheby, vi. 335 
Tonchet, xxi. 220 
Touk xxxix. 429 
Toulonion, xl. 465 
Toulouse, xxxix. 382 
Traily, xxxix. 406 
Trasi, xxxix. 413 
Trefusis, xxxvii. 97 



Heraldry continued 

Arms of Tregoz, xxxix. 385, 401, 412, 421 
Trevarner, xxxix. 415 
Trinity, the Holy, xvi. 25, 124 
Trompintone, xxxix. 406 
Trubervile, see Turberville 
Trumpvie, xxxi. 469 
Trusscbnt, xxxix. 417 
Trussell, xxxix. 428 
Try, xxxix. 383 

Tudcnham, xxxix. 439 ; xlv. 125 
Tudor, iii. 415 

Turberville, xxxijc. 400, 408, 412, 430 
Turk, xxx. 509 
Twcng, xxxix. 428 
Tyes, xxi. 218; xxxix. 417 
Ufford, x. 194 ; xxxix. 408, 428 
Umfravill, xxxix. 408, 431 
Valence, xxxix. 383 
Valoines, xxxix. 428 
Vaudemont, xxxix. 381 
Vaux, do, xxxix. 386 
Vavessur, xxxix. 439 
Venables, xxxiii. 56 
Vendome, xxxix. 381 
Ver, see Vere 
Verdon, xxxix. 402 
Vere, xxi. 206 ; xxxix. 401, 420 
Vcrnon, vi. 358; xxxix. 437 
Vessi, xxxix. 400, 402 
Vian, xxxix. 383 
Villiers, ii. 295 
Vipont, vi. 335 

Visconti, xviii. 196 ; xxxiii. 22 
Waddone, xxxix. 433 
Wade, xii. 193 

Wake, xxxix. 402, 403, 416, 420, 438 
Waldesefth, xxxix. 430 
Waldeseuf, xxxix. 405 
Waleis, xxxix. 404, 410, 428, 431, 435 
Wales, xxix. 413 
Wales, North, xxix. 413 

South, xxix. 413 
Wales, prince of, xxix. 407, 413 










HER 



353 



Heraldry continued 

Arms of Wallace, xxix. 49 
Waloynz, xxxix. 412 
Walrond, xxxix. 402 
Walshe, xl. 465 
Walworth, xxx. 508 
Wanton, xvi. 345 
Wapail, xxxix. 427 
Warblington, xxxix. 426 
Ward, xxxix. 408 
Warr, Warre, xxxix. 399, 423 
Warren, x. 293; xxi. 196; xxxix. 402; 

xlv. 434 

Warwick, earl of, xxxix. 384 
Wasseburne, xxxix. 429 
Wasterneys, xxxix. 414 
Waunci, xxxix. 412 
Waus, xxxix. 402 
Wauton, xxxix. 407 
Wede, xxxix. 384 
Wells, xvi. 345 
Welonde, xxxix. 440 
Wenlock, xiv. 153 
Wenunwyn, xxxix. 420 
Werbleton, xxxix. 426 
Westminster, deanery of, xxvi. 439 
Wettefelde, xxxix. 413 
Wharton, iv. 186 
Wigton, xxxix. 410, 437 
Wikes, xxxix. 417, 439 
Wilebe, xxxix. 410 
Wilington, xxxix. 407 
Williams, xxvi. 439 ; xxxviii. 80 
Wimberley, xxiii. 33 
Winchester, earl of, xxxix. 384, 400, 

419 

Wintershull, xxxix. 426, 437 
Witaker, xxxix. 436 
Witefeld, xxxix. 435 
Witeneye, xxxix. 417, 435 
With, xlviii. 356 
Wither, xxxix. 431 
Wivile, xxxix. 434 
Wodebrire, xxxix. 416 



Heraldry continued 

Arms of Wodeburh, xxxix. 409, 434 
Wodhull, xxxix. 414 
Wokyndon, xxxviii. 145 
Wolsey, xxv. 117 
Woltaubin, xxxix. 411 
Worbleton, xxxix. 413 
Wriaeleye, xxxix. 403 
Wunhale, xxxix. 434 
Wurtemburg, xxxix. 383 
Wyon, xl. 465 
Yate, xxxii. 183 
York, see of, xxv. 117 
Zoueh, de la, xiv. !]!; xxviii. 4CO ; 

xxxix. 385 
Badges and crests, xxi. 22:5; xxxi. 17.". 

Earliest instance of, xxvi. 461 
Badges and crests of 
Bcaucham]), xxi. Ml 
Beaufort, xlix. 24! > 

Beaufort, John, duke of Soinci>et, xxxi 
368 
Margaret, countess of Richmond, 

xxxi. 36S 

Belknap, i. 4 (a) (u), ~< (,-') xv. 303 
Bohemia, king of, xxxi. 5. "ill; xxxii. .'>.'!2. 

333 
Burgundy, Anthony, bastard of. .xxvii. 

427 

Butler, i. 4 (a) (b), 5 (f); xv. 303 
Compton, xv. 303; xxi. 550 
Edward V., xxxi. 369 
Edward VI., xxxi. 571 
FitzAlan, xxi. 89 
Francis I. of France, iii. 222 
Henry IV., xxi. 90 ; xxxi. 365 
Henry V., xxxi. 366 
Henry VII., xlix. 287 
Henry VIII., iii. 203, 204, 222 
Hungerford, xxxviii. 358, 360 
Hungary, xxix. 49 
Lancaster, house of, xx. 105 
Mary I., xxxi. 371 
Montford, i. 4 (a) (6), 5 (c) ; xv. 303 

2z 



354 



HER 



Heraldry continued 

Badges and crests of 

Philippa, queen, xxix. 37 
Plantagenet, xx. 106, 152 ; 1. 503 
Plantagenet, Kdnmnd, of Langley, xlvi. 

323 

Humphrey, duke of Gloucester, 
xxxi. 368 

Joan, wife of the Black Prince, 
xxxi. 363 

John, duke of Bedford, xxxi. 367 

John, of (iniint, xxxi. 363 

Thomas, duke of Clarence, xxxi. 3(57 

Thomas, of Woodstock, xxxi. 364 
Richard II., xxxi. 364; xlix. 250 
Richard III., i. 366 (a), 36S (>>), 3!)4 

(') : iii. 36!) 

StalTo.-d, xxi. S!) ; xxxviii. 274 
Stewart, Ilenrv, prince of Wales, xxxi. 

371 

Smiley, i. 4 (n) (I,), .". (,); xv. 303 
Tudor, Arthui 1 . prince of Wales, xxxi. 

370 
Wales, prince of, Sn: NICHOLAS HAKUS 

Nli'oI.AS oil, .\X.\i. 3.">l I 

York, house of. xvii. 226 ; xlvi. 323 
Hanners, on the Bavcux tapcstrv. xviii. 36() 
Collar, of broom cods, xxix. 36 

Of SS. xxxix. 26."> 
Coronets, xxxi. 176 

Not used by peers until the time of 

Edward III., ii. 2D!) 
Livery colours, Plantagenet, house of, xlix. 

289 

York, house of, xlix. 28!) 
Mottoes, xxi. 226 

Of Edward III., xxxi, 122, 123 
Of the order of the garter, xxxi. 130 
Objects used heraldically 

Antelope, xx. 105 ; xxi. 240 ; xxv. 
313 

Annillary sphere, v. 152 

Arrows, sheaf of, xxii. 112 

Beacon, xv. 303; xliii. 69 

Bear, xxi. 89; xxix. 54 



Heraldry continued 

Objects used heraldically 

Boar, i. 366 (a), 368 (6), 394 (c); xvii. 

227; xxix. 38 
Boar's head, xxix. 346 
Broom cods, xxix. 36, 41 
Broom plant, xxvi. 461; xxix. 36, 52 
Bull, black, xvii. 227; xxix. 346 
Carp, xxix. 346 
Chess-board, ix. 29, 34 
Chess-rook, ix. 29, 34; xxiv. 283 
Chough, the Cornish, xxix. 345 
Clog and chain, xxix. 320 
Columbine flower, xxi. 240 
Dog, white, xxix. 38 
Dolphin, xxix. 346 
Dragon, iv. 51 ; xxix. 346 
Dragon, black, xvii. 226 
Dragon, red, iii. 215 
Eagle, xxix. 38 

Eagle, double-headed, xlviii. 357 
Escallops, ii. 295 
Falcon, xxix. 34 
Falcon and fetterlock, xvii. 226 
Falcon with a maiden's head, xvii. 226 
Fetterlock, xv. 222; xxix. 34, 332 
Fleur-de-lys, xxxv. 54 
Fox, tail of, xx. 105 
Garters and roses, i. 369 (a), 371 (6), 

396 (c) 

Genet, xxix. 44 

Griffin, xxix. 38, 346; xlviii. 355 
Harrow, xxix. 346 
Hart, white, xx. 152; xxix. 36, 37, 40, 

387, 388; xlv. 309 
Hart, white, and Sun, xvii. 227 
Hawk, iii. 25 
Hawthorn, iii. 222 
Helmet, xxxi. 171; xliii. 71 
Heron, xxi. 90 

Hind, white, xvii. 227; xxix. 37 
Horse, xxi. 89 
Horse-shoe, iii. 51 
Key, xxix. 38, 346 
Knot, xxv. 313; xxix. 342; xxxviii. 274 



HER 



355 



Heraldry continued 

Objects used heraldically 
Label, iv. 209 
Lamb, holy, ix. 127, 134 
Lambrequin, xxxi. 176 
Maltese cross, xlviii. 295 
Mascle, iii. 27 ; xix. 126 
Net, i. 368 (a), 370 (V), 395 (c) 
Ostrich, xxx. 511 
Ostrich feathers, xxix. 32, 346 ; xxxi. 

354,357; xxxii. 332,333 
Pegasus, ix. 127, 132 
Pine-apple, i. 368 (a), 370 (fc), 395 (r) 
Planta-genista, xxvi. 461 ; xxix. 36, 52 
Pomegranate, xxii. 113 
Portcullis, xxii. 112 
Prester-John, xlv. 446 
Bagged-staff, iv. 177, 179, 184; xxix. 

54, 333, 341 
Ram, black, xxix. 346 
Raspberry, iii. 222 
Rat, xxix. 347 
Rose, red, xx. 105 

Tudor, xxii. 112 

White, xvii. 226 

[loses, nets of, i. 368 (a), 370 (/<), 395 (c) 
Rosemary, xxix. 52 
Salamander, iii. 221 
Saltire, xx. 513 
Shakefork, x. 478 
Ship, white, xxix. 346 
Sickle, xxxviii. 358, 360 
Squirrel, iii. 25 
Stag, flying, xxix. 38 
Sun, xx. 106 

The rising, xxix. 36, 47 
Swan, xx. 105 ; xxi. 89 ; xxv. 313 ; 

xxix. 387, 388 
Tower, xx. 112 
Tressure, double, iii. 27 

Of Scotland, FKANCIS MARTIN on, 

xxiii. 387 
Unicorn, iii. 25 
Wolf, TYTiV 346 
Wreath, xxxi. 175 



Heraldry continued 

Supporters, xxxi. 178 

Introduced by Richard II., ii. 298 
Of Edward VI., xxii. 417 
Of Henry VIII., iii. 210 
Of William Parr, marquis of North- 
ampton, v. 233 
Herankh, sepulchral tablet mentioning, xxxix. 

317 

Herbage, viii. 335 

Herber, the mansion of, in London, xlvii. 417 
Herbcr, pittes, xxv. 42 
Herbergarii, their duties, xxvi. 333 
Herbert, xlv. 24! i 
Herbert, Anna Sophia, xiii. 275 
Sir Arnold, xii. 272 

Kdward, lord Herbert of Chirbury, iii. 205 
Sir Kdward, xxxix. 405 
Henry, earl of Pembroke, i. xx (a) (/<) (''). 

155 (,,) (I). 17:', (r) 
.lasper. earl of Pembroke, xiv. 214 
Katherine, xiii. 275 
Lord, of Lee. picture belonging to. xxxix 

25! t 

Lucy, ladv, xiii. 20f> 
Marv. xiii. 275; xxxix. 4'!! 1 
Miles, xvi. 1S9 
Mr., iv. 214 
Percy, lord Powis. CIIAIJI.KS HKXUY Oci i i. 

on, xxxix. 464 
Philip, xiii. 275 
Philip, earl of Pembroke, xiii. 275 

Mutilated the picture of the Field of 
the Cloth of dold to hinder it 
being 1 sold, iii. 228 
Rebecca, xiii. 275 
Susanna, xiii. 275 
Thomas, xxv. 328 
W., xlix. 336 
Sir Walter, xxv. 314 
Sir William, xxx. 464, 472 ; xxxix. 464 
William, xri. 189 ; xxxix. 467 
William, earl of Huntingdon, i. 351 (a). 
355 (J), 377 (c), 353 (a), 355 (6), 379 (c), 
354 (a), 356 (i), 380 (c) 

2 z 2 



356 



HER 



Herbert con tin tied 

William, earl of Pembroke, i. xx (a) (b) (c) ; 

xii. 377, 391 ; xiv. 214; xl. 308 
Herbst, C. P., xliv. 287 ; xlv. 303 
Herbster, Johann, xxxix. 3 
Herby, Sir Nicholas, xxi. 22 
Hercnlaneum, iv. 167 

Drawing of wall-painting at, xxxi. 471 
Rolls of papyrus from, IlKXitv GREY BENNETT 

on. xv. 1 14 

Specimen of writing' from, xxvi. 118, 144 
Hercules, ii. 21-2; v. 1S3 ; xi. 66 ; xiv. 132; 

xxvii. ~2'2\ xxx. .".44; xxxiii. 180, 181 
Bron/e slat uc of, from Nismes, France, 

xxxiv. ~- 

On ancient vases, xxiii. 136, l.">8, 1GO, 1G1, 
17t!, iso. Is:,, lil. \<M, -_>04, 22!, 236, 
2 t' i. _" I- 

On a Lrrin, fmm Caerleon, Wales, v. 71 
Roman lias- relief of, found near Sknpia, 

xlix. SS 

Stone stiitue of. from Sibson, Northampton- 
shire, xx xii. 1:. 

Hercules, a male Christian name, xii. 370 
Hercules and .hum, tlie contest of, on a vase, 

xxx. ::i2 

Hercules Aegyptius. viii. l> 

Hercules Conservator, altar to, found at Hadza- 

lar, xlix. lu<> 
Hercules, the Ogmian, STEPHEN WESTON on. xiv. 

244 

Hercules, the Tyrian, iii. 324 
Hercules, Cape of, or Hartland Point (Ptolemy), 

xlviii. :5!)1 
Hercy, Heni-y de, xxxix. 443 

Sir Maurice, iii. 293 
Herde, John, xii. 3G8 
Herderseta, Norfolk, viii. 237 
Herdintone, Henry de, xxxix. 443 
Hcrd's-ham, the, land in Oxfordshire, xxxiii. 

276 
Herdum, Herd, the signification of, i. 272 (a), 

274 (6), 294 (c) 
Herdward, tee Hayward 



Hereberd, Robert, xxxvii. 284 

Walter, xxxvii. 287 
Heredic, Staffordshire, xxv. 48 
Hereford, xx. 64 ; xxxiv. 433 ; xxxv. 331 
Bishopric of, ii. 336 
Castle, xxiii. 110 
Cathedral, iii. 410 ; xxxi. 251, 273 

Coffin of Joanna de Bohun in, xxxii. 

60 

Episcopal rings found in, xlv. 404 
Handles of coffins found in, xxxi. 252 
Map in, containing picture of The 

Judgment, xxxvi. 378, 381 
Shrine at, xliii. 138 

Hereford, the Feathers inn at, xxxvii. 211 
Liturgy of, xxiv. 16 ; xlii. 268 
Mint at, xviii. 3 ; xxvi. 10 
Plan of, temp, the great Civil War, xxxvii. 

202 
Saint Mary Magdalen's chapel at, plan of, 

xix. 363, 368 

Welsh spoken in, xxxv. 332 

Hereford, bishop of, see Beauchamp, Richard; 
Bethun, Robert ; Charleton, Thomas ; 
Egeblank, Peter ; Harley, John ; May- 
hew, Richard; Stanbery, John; Swine- 
feld, Richard ; Wastold 
Hereford, earl of, see Bohun, Henry ; Bohun, 

Humphrey ; Milo 
Hereford, Roger, earl of, ii. 23 
Hereford, Frances, xxxvii. 222 
Henry de, xxxix. 443 
Mr., xxxvii. 196 
Richard, xxxvii. 222 
Robert, xxxix. 213, 443 
William de, xxxi. 185 

Herefordshire Beacon, excavations at, xlvii. 43. r > 
Herefordshire, hoar-stones in, xxv. 53 
Hereinon drove the Picts out of Ireland, i. 

233 (a), 235 (&), 255 (c) 
Herenhansen, Germany, gardens at, vii. 127 
Here Path, xxii. 401 ; xxxv. 273 
Here Straet, Kent, xxv. 44 
Herewy, John, xxxvii. 274 






HER 



357 



Herfrey, Hamond Fitz, xxv. 146 

Heribert, xxxii. 120 

Heric, king of Northumbria, see Eric 

Heriker, xiv. 115 

Hering, Adam, xxxvii. 290 

Maria, xx. 160 
Heringfleet, Suffolk, round church tower at, xxiii. 

13, 15, 16 

Heriot, explanation of, xliv. 106 
Heriveus, archbishop of Rheims, xlv. 247 
Herken, C., xliii. 254 
Herle, Andrew, xxxi. 268 

Sir William, xlv. 437 

William, xxii. 330 ; xxvi. 345 
Herlebirge, Roger de, xxxii. 290 
Herllis, John, xxvi. 275 
Herlyson, John, xxxvi. 403 
Herm, the island of, xxxv. 250 
Herman, bishop of Salisbury, removed the see 

from Sherborn, ii. 193 
Herman, Richard, xliii. 227 
Hermelingham, France, the barony of, iii. 200 
Hermes, i. 261 (a), 263 (b), 283 (c) ; xxiii. 25S, 

259 ; xxxvi. 56 
Hermione, ix. 163 
Hermiones, the, xvi. 99 
Hermit, a (1520), xxv. 432 
Hermit, Thomas Cooke, the, xxv. 494 

William Howel, hermit of St. John Bap- 
tist, viii. 77 

Hermogenes, maker of Greek vases, xxxii. 255 
Hermouthis, Egypt, monastery at, xxxix. 447 
Hern farm, Wiltshire, xxxv. 273 
Herne, Kent, monumental brasses at, xxxi. 

496 

Herne Bay, Kent, xxxix. 63 
Herne, Nicholas, xii. 388 

William, xii. 381 
Hernoiz, see Arms 
Herod the Great, xliv. 30, 41, 55 
Herodotus, iv. 255; xiv. 206; xxx. 252, 253; 

xlvi. 88 ; xlix. 345 

Heromval, Sir William de, xxxvi. 252 
Heron, Essex, i. 381 (a), 383 (b), 409 (c) 



Heron, the, ii. 171, 173; vii. 67; xiii. 341, 384; 
xxi. 90 

To dismember, a carving term, ii. 172 
Heron, George, xxi. 163 

Joan, xxxix. 443 

Sir John, xxv. 379 ; xlvii. 309 

John, xxvii. 181 

Sir William, xx. 222 

William, iii. 300; xxxix. 443 
Heron Sike, Lancashire, xxv. 49 
Herondi, Jon de, xxxix. 443 
Heronscw, see Heron 
Herringbone ornamentation, unknown in Mexico 

and Peru, xlvii. 157 
Herringbone work, iv. li.il ; vi. 2 H. 255 

In brickwork, xxxix. !C> 

At lirough Hill, xxxv. 3S4 
Herringfleet, Suffolk, xii. 172 
Herring pasties, tenure of l'urni>liiiiLr, viii. 33i i 
Herrings, battle of the, ix. 2iii) 

Cade of, given as wages to burgess in Par- 
liament for Dunwich, Suffolk, i. -^l-(n), 
205 (/,), 225 (,-) 

Red, xxii. 4 

White, xxi. 27S 
Herryott, George, xxi. 154 
Herse, a portcullis, iv. I57U, 372 : xxix. i>2 

Cover for, xxxiv. 55; xxxvi. 222; xliii. 
240 

For candles, xii. 351 

Funeral, xi. 100 ; xii. 335 ; xxxiv. 54 ; 
xlviii. 164 

Lights, i. 11 () (b), 13 (-), 12 (a) (/-), 
14 (e), 13 (a) (b), 15 (<), 14 (a) (I,), 
16(c), 15(o)(b),17(c) 

Of John of Gaunt, xi. 100 
Ilerseley, Richard, xii. 386 
Hersham, Simon de, xxxix. 443 
Hert, John, xxiii. 333 

Walter, xxxv. 468 
Hertendon, xv. 102 
Hertfeld, William de, xvi. 49, 77 
Hertford, xxxv. 455 

Castle, xx. 62 ; xxxv. 456, 462, 463 



358 



HER HEY 



Hertford continued 

Corporation lands at, xlvi. 421 

Mint at, xxvi. 10 

Paper mill at, xii. 114 
Hertford, carl of, see Seymour, Charles 
Hertford, John, xxxiii. 100 

John, printer nt Saint Albans, xiii. 160 

Robert, xxxiii. llil 
Hertfordshire. Cassibelan's territories, ii. 155 

Roman remains in, Wll.MAM CHAUWKLI. 

MYI..NK on, xxiv. 350 
Hertlin. a name for Europe, ii. 246 
Herun. set' Heron 
Horunvile. .loan de. xxxix. 443 
ller\ry. Jolin. xxxi. 488 

Mr. xiv. 11:; 

Robert, xliii. 224 
Hcsden caMle, r'rance, xii. 155 
Hoc. Henrv, xxxix. 44-' > 
Ileseliiigtoii, Richard de. xxxix. 44S 
Hesilrigge, .Iiilui de, xxvi. 33U 
Hi-.-li'i-ton. Yorkshire, v. 1!H> 
llf>lit>ford. Berkshire, xv. IK! 

I lespes. XXV. 47S 

He>se. the Rhenish, Germany, sword found in, 

.\lv. 255 

He.-se, Dierick, xxxiv. 222 

Heston. Middlesex, plague at, xxxvii. 1!' 

Hesus. iii. lul 

Hetlie. .<(. Hvthe 

Hethc, Adam de la, xxxvii. 280 

John. xxxi. 462 ; xxxix. 25, 34 

Julian de la, xxxvii. 280 

Lancelot, xxxix. 34 

Laurence, xxxix. 34 

Thomas, i. 15 (a) (4), 17 (c) ; xxxi. 462 
Hethi-r. knights' fees in, xlvii. 130 
Hetherden, Hampshire, i. 59 (a) (6), G5 (c) 
Hctherington, family of, xxii. 169 
Hetherset, Norfolk, xxiii. 369 
Hethersgill, Cumberland, xxii. 169 
Hethfelda, i. 225 (a), 226 (6), 246 (c) 
Hethfield, tee Hatfield, Yorks. 
Hethman, Thomas, xxxiv. 419 



Heton, Thomas, xxvi. 330 

Heuberg, a mountain in the Suabian Alps, Wur- 

temberg, Germany, xxxvii. 27 
Heued, Elya, xxxvii. 293 
Heveningham, Suffolk, font at, x. 198 ; xvi. 

336 
Heveningham, Sir John, wooden effigy of, xlvi. 

280 

Hever, Kent, xlii. 296 
Hover, Mr., xii. 395 
Hevingham, Sir William, xxii. 222 
Hevy, Thomas, xxxiv. 419 
Hevynton, John, xxi. 239 
Hewer, Thomas, xxv. 438 
Hewes, Robert, xl. 397 
Hewet, John, viii. 75; xxxviii. 424 
Hewett, Joseph, xxxviii. 329 
Hewetson, Mr., xxiii. 36 
Hewing 1 , Michael, xlv. 84 
Heworth, Durham, xxv. 280, 291 
Hews, Dr., xviii. 78, 79 
Hews, Nicholas, x. 292 
II exam, John, xxxvii. 314 
Hexetilda, daughter of Gothric, ix. 57 
Hexgrave park, Nottinghamshire, ix. 200 
Hexham, Northumberland, i. 43 (a) (A), 47 (c) ; 
iv. <i2 ; v. 167, 361 ; xiv. 47 

Abbey, viii. 168 

Fridstool in, viii. 28 
Stone altar in, xxxi. 488 

Anglo-Saxon coins found at, xxv. 279; 
xxvi. 346 

Battle of, xlvii. 189, 190, 265, 275, 278, 282, 
284, 286 

Sanctuary at, viii. 25, 41 
Hexham, bishop of, see Acca 
Hexham, Richard of, v. 361 
Heyborne, John, xxxv. 9 
Heybridge, Essex, xlii. 274 
Heydocke, G., xlv. 208 
Heydon, Norfolk, xi. 60 

Font at, xvi. 336 

Roman bill found at, xxxv. 62 
Heydon castle, Wiltshire, xv. 185 



HEY HIG 



359 



Heydon, Anne, xxv. 473 

Sir John, xxv. 473 

John, xlii. 377 

Mr., xxxvii. 347 
Heyes, George, prisoner in the Tower, xviii. 

294 
Heyford, Lower, Xorthants, monumental brass 

at, xxxii. 391 

Heyford, William, xviii. 198 
Heygarston, Richard de, xxxvii. 289 

William de, xxxvii. 289 
Heylin, Peter, iii. 423 ; v. 6 
Heylyn, John ap, xx. 580 
Heyman, Sir Peter, xxxviii. 241, 244 
HEINE, CHRIST. GOTLOB, Latin translation of 
inscription on the Rosctta stone by, xvi. 
229 

Heyton, John, xii. 368 
Heyward, Richard le, xxxvii. 293 

Sir Rowland, xxxvi. 98; xl. 395 
Heywood, Dr., xliv. 421 
Hiberni, the, xvi. 101 
Hibernia, Laurence de, xxvi. 321 

William de, xxix. 182, 183 
Hichfield, Robert de, xiii. 307 
Hickes, George, i. xxiii (a) xxiv (//) (f) ; xvii. 
257 

John, xlii. 377 

Michael, xxxviii. 400 
Hicklesworth, Dorsetshire, xxxv. 273 
Hickman, Henry, xxxv. 317 

Mr., xxxv. 9 
Hicknel, Hicknal way, sen Roads, Roman, Iknield 

Street 
Hicks, Christopher, xxxiv. 352 

Sir William, xix. 170, 178 
Hidag, definition of, xlvii. 127, 129 
Hide, see Hyde 

Hide, a measure of land, xxvi. 229 ; xxxvii. 258, 
380 

Acreage of, in twelfth century, 1. 327 

BENJAMIN WILLIAMS on the, xxxiii. 269 ; 
xxxv. 470 

Marks of, xxxv. 471 



Hide continued 

Of land, granted, twelfth century, 1. 251, 

259 

Hide, Middlesex, the manor of, viii. 416 
Hidney, Sussex, xxxiv. 250 
Hierapolis, xviii. 265 

Hieroglyphics, Egyptian, RKUIXAI.D SITAUT POOLE 
on, xxxix. 471 

Groups of, from inscriptions, xxxv. 166 

On Egyptian tomb, xxix. 126 

On mummy case of Pet-maut-iohmes, xxvii. 
264 

On mummy at Florence, xxxvi. 174 
Hicron, xxiii. 25S, 259 
Hieronymianus Claudius, iii. 152 
Higden's Polychronicon, representation of St. 

George and the Dragon in, xlix. -1- 
Higgar Tor, Derbyshire', vii. 176 
Higgings, Jane, xxxvii. 2'i'.i 
Higgs, William, xxxii. 1-45; xxxix. 177; xliii. 

245 

Higham, Derbyshire, x. 26 
Highain, Kent, church of, piscina in, xi. 359 
Higham, John, xxxvi. 4 1 >6 

Hi'i-licliiTe, Yorkshire, xxxi. 473 


Highdown hill, Sussex, xlii. 47, "'.'!; xlv. -Vil 
Highfield, Wiltshire, bone comb found at, xlvi. 

432 

High-haum, Lancashire, xxxi. 453 
High-head cnstle, Cumberland, x. lU(! 
Highley, Sussex, xlv. 145, 147, 14!', 171 
Highlow moor, Derbyshire, vii. 136, 176 
HijHinam, Herefordshire, xxxvii. 210 

O 

Highness, a royal title, iii. 154 

High treason, law of forfeiture for, xlvii. 409 

Highway, Wiltshire, xxxvii. 258 
The manor of, xlvii. 147 

Highways, badness of, xx. 461 

Bequests for repair of, xi. 57 ; xx. 458 
The word " canalis " in Slavonic dialect 
meaning, xlviii. 30, 36 

Highwick, Devonshire, xix. 313 

Higra, see Ager 

Higre, in Asiatic Turkey, dykes at, xvi. 180 






350 



HIL-HIN 



Hilarion, saint, legend of, xlviii. 18 

Hilaritas, vi. 2 

Hilarus, inscription to, xxvii. 223 

Hilary, bishop of Chichester, xlv. 145, 148, 150, 

151, 195, 198 
Ring of, xlv. 404 
Hilary, saint, litnrgy o;, xxiv. 9 
1 Iii borough, Norfolk, xxiii. 371 
Hilddigyth, inscription to, from Ilnrtlcpool, 

Durham, xxvi. 480 
Hildebcr-mcnil, xxvi. .'i.">9 
Hildebrand, Hror Emil, xli. 459 
Hildcford, saint, light of, xii. 15 
Hildegar. xiv. 17.'i 

Ililder.-l.-y. Mr., alderman, 1. 27, :il, 32 
Hildcr.st.'M. Norfolk, viii. 2:!4 
Hildyar.1. Edward, xxvi. :i!U 

Nicholas, ii. 190; xxxii. 449; xxxix. 252; 

xlv. 19 

Sir Robert, x. 55 
Hill, said to be moved by Saint Patrick, v. .'!."> 

Teutonic words signifying, xvii. 1<>5 
Hn.i., Ainiin: (!.. on the ecclesiology and archi- 
tecture of some towns in Mecklenburg 
and 1'omerania. xlix. 301 
Hill, Benjamin, xxxiii. 3(JU 
Captain, xiv. si 
Edmund, xxxvi. 38 
Eleanor, xxxvii. 219 
Elizabeth, xxxiii. 225 
George, xii. 305 ; xxxv. 438 
Sir John, xxxiii. 205 
John, xx. 204